Gingivitis is a mild form of gum disease that can usually be treated with professional cleaning, improved oral hygiene, and occasionally medication.
Periodontal surgery can be used to treat severe gum disease that has not responded to more conservative treatments, such as scaling and root planing, and may involve procedures such as flap surgery or bone grafting.
Gum grafting is a surgical procedure that can be used to treat receding gums, and involves taking tissue from one part of the mouth and attaching it to the affected area to cover the exposed tooth roots.
Crown lengthening is a procedure that can be used to expose more of the tooth's surface in order to support a dental crown or other restoration, and may involve removing some of the gum tissue and/or bone around the tooth.
Periodontal Tissue Regeneration
Periodontal tissue regeneration is a type of periodontal therapy that aims to restore lost bone and gum tissue in order to improve the health and stability of the teeth and prevent further damage from gum disease. This can involve techniques such as bone grafting, guided tissue regeneration, or the use of growth factors to promote tissue regrowth.