Periodontal Surgery at Cayon Dental

Dental implants are small titanium screws that are inserted into the bone and are firmly attached to it. They fulfill the function of replacing the natural roots of missing or lost teeth, which allows placing a new dental crown that will replace the lost tooth and will allow to speak, chew and smile naturally. Depending on the number of implants that are placed, you can choose a crown on the implant, a totally fixed prosthesis that can only be removed by the professional or a removable prosthesis known as an overdenture that the patient can remove and put on assuring a great stability and comfort during use.

What is a cause of periodontal disease?

The primary cause of periodontal disease in numerous adults is the procedure of build-up of plaque encircling the teeth. As the collection of the plaque keeps on developing, the bacteria and plaque will develop around the teeth and gums which will cause the formation of toxins in your mouth. Accordingly, when the bone of the tooth has been lost it can’t develop back on its own. In this case, your dentist may recommend going for Periodontal Surgery. It is a minor surgical procedure usually done in the dental clinic with a local anesthetic. It includes bending the gum and moving in an opposite direction from the tooth simply enough so a Periodontist, a dentist gaining practical experience in the treatment of gum diseases, can see the tooth root surfaces and cleans it.

Symptoms of periodontal disease:

  • Continuous bad breath
  • Bleeding gums
  • Gums being pulled away from the teeth
  • Loose teeth
  • Gums that is swollen, red, or bleeding
  • Deep pockets that form between your gums and teeth/li>
  • pain when chewing
  • Gums that recede or pull away from your teeth


There are quite a few options of Periodontal Surgery, and your dentist is the best person to decide which surgery will suit you.

Flap surgery: – With this basic system, the dentist makes little cuts in your gum and lift an area of tissue back. At that point, they expel tartar and bacteria from your tooth and from under your gums. The gums are fastened back, so the tissue fits immovably around your teeth. When you mend, it will be simpler to clean portions on your teeth and gums.

Bone grafting: – In case the gum disease has harmed the bone around your tooth root, your dentist may need to restore it with a graft. The bone join can be produced using little pieces of your own bone, a manufactured bone, or donated bone. This technique anticipates tooth loss and may help advance regular bone regrowth.

Guided tissue regeneration: – This method includes putting a little bit of material between your bone and gum tissue to enable the issue to regrow.

Soft tissue grafts: – At the point when gums diminish, a graft can help reestablish a portion of the tissue you lost. Dentist expels a little bit of tissue from the top of your mouth or uses donor tissue to hook up to the zones where tissue is scanty or missing.

Proteins: – Some of the time, the dentist apply a gel that contains unique proteins to the unhealthy tooth root. This can energize sound bone and tissue development.

Normally, you can hope to have some minor bleeding and uneasiness after any sort of dental surgery procedure. You should be able to resume many normal activities about a day after your procedure. Your dentist may request that you utilize an exceptional mouth wash or take an antibiotic after your medical surgery. You probably won’t most likely brush or floss in a specific portion of your mouth until they’ve mended.