Periodontology and Periodontal Surgery

Treatment of Parontite (Pyorrhea) disease that affects the adult in an even higher than the decay, leading to progressive loss of the supporting tissues of the tooth (bone, periodontal ligament and gingiva) by Scaling and Root Planing, or removing accumulations tartar below the gum line and polishing the root surfaces, performed under local anesthesia, using ultrasonic instruments and manuals.

Periodontal surgery is the elimination of periodontal pockets, creating a proper periodontal anatomy through surgical techniques resettive or regenerative.

The surgical mucogingival and plastic periodontal corrects defects gum type recessions recreating proper harmony and allowing tissue to cover exposed roots.