It may be necessary to restore or repair the damage caused by periodontal disease using surgical techniques.
According to the stages of development of periodontal disease, gum surgery will aim to:
Remove Tartar below the Gums
Restore the Gum Tissue
. Establishment of a membrane (resorbable or not) to restore the damaged gum. This membrane forms a barrier and allows new tissue to grow back.
. Autograft of the gum.
Relieve the Oral Mucosa
In cases of inflammatory or traumatic gum disease, the use of local applications may be recommended.