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Gums Surgery

Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is a severe infection that affects the gum tissues. The root cause of this condition is the accumulation of harmful bacteria on the surface of your teeth and gums that live in the mouth and can cause inflammation, bleeding, and eventually, the loss of teeth. As the disease advances, it can inflict damage on your teeth and bones, which can eventually result in tooth loss. There are many symptoms of gum disease including gums that are red, puffy, or bleeding or loose teeth, pain to chewing, bad breath, Gums that recede or slip away from your teeth, and deep pockets between your gums and teeth. Therefore, we prescribe necessary gums surgery to prevent the progression of gum disease.

 

 

Gums surgery, also known as periodontal surgery, is a dental procedure that involves the removal and reshaping of gum tissue to treat various gum diseases. Gum surgery may also involve grafting tissue onto the gums to help restore lost gum tissue. This type of surgery is typically performed by a periodontist, a dental specialist who focuses on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of gum disease. Gum surgery may be necessary if a patient has gum disease that has progressed to a point where non-surgical treatments, such as scaling and root planing, are no longer effective. 

 

 

During gums surgery, a dentist or periodontist will make incisions in the gums to remove damaged tissue and bacteria. The gums will then be repositioned and sutured in place to promote healing. Depending on the severity of the gum disease, additional treatments may be required, such as bone grafts or gum tissue regeneration. Gum surgery is typically performed under local anesthesia and may require multiple visits to the dentist or periodontist. 

 

 

If you have been facing difficulties with your gums, look no further than the House of Dontics. Our clinic offers advanced Gums Surgery treatments designed to eradicate the problem by removing the affected gum tissue and preventing the infection from spreading. As the leading gums surgery clinic in Ahmedabad, we strive to provide personalized treatment that meets the unique needs of each patient. We prioritize your safety and comfort and maintain the highest standards of hygiene throughout the treatment process, thanks to our skilled Periodontists.

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Anesthesia

Before the surgery begins, the patient will be given a local anesthetic to numb the area being treated. In some cases, sedation may also be used to help the patient relax.

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Gum tissue removal

In some cases, it may be necessary to remove diseased gum tissue or to reshape the gums to create a more aesthetically pleasing appearance.

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Gum tissue grafting

In cases where the gum tissue has receded, the surgeon may perform a gum tissue graft to help restore the gum line.

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Laser technology

Lasers are used for precise incisions and to remove infected or damaged tissue in gum surgery.

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Sutures

Once the necessary procedures have been performed, the surgeon will close the incisions with sutures to promote healing.

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Digital imaging

High-resolution digital images of the patient's gums can be captured and used to plan and guide the surgery.

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Piezoelectric surgery

This technology uses ultrasonic vibrations to cut bone and tissue, allowing for more precise and less traumatic surgical procedures.

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Microsurgical instruments

These specialized instruments are designed for delicate gum surgery, allowing for more precise and controlled movements.

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  • Inform dentist about any medications or supplements you are taking.
  • Follow any specific instructions provided by dentist or surgeon.
  • Eat a nutritious diet and avoid foods that may irritate your gums, such as spicy or acidic foods.
  • Stop smoking and avoid alcohol consumption as they can delay the healing process.
  • Brush and floss your teeth gently to maintain good oral hygiene but avoid areas near the surgical site.
  • Wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing to the appointment.
  • Avoid aspirin or ibuprofen for 1-2 weeks before surgery, as they can increase the risk of bleeding.
  • If you have any concerns or questions about the procedure, be sure to talk to the dentist or oral surgeon beforehand.
  • Bite down gently on the gauze placed over the surgery area for at least 30 minutes to help stop bleeding.
  • Apply an ice pack to the outside of your mouth for 10-20 minutes at a time to reduce swelling.
  • Avoid hot foods and drinks for the first 24 hours after surgery.
  • Eat soft foods like soups, mashed potatoes, and yogurt for the first few days after surgery.
  • Do not brush the surgical site until instructed by dentist or oral surgeon.
  • Avoid smoking and alcohol for at least 24 hours after surgery as it can interfere with the healing process.
  • Take any prescribed pain medication as directed by dentist or oral surgeon.
  • Keep your mouth clean by gently rinsing with warm salt water several times a day, and avoid using any mouthwash that contains alcohol.

Understanding Root Causes of Dental Issues

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Tooth decay or damage

A single tooth may require implantation due to severe tooth decay, trauma, or injury.

Gum disease

Gum disease

Periodontitis, a severe form of gum disease, can cause tooth loss, which may require a single tooth implant.

Congenital absence

Congenital absence

Some people are born without one or more permanent teeth, which can affect their bite and appearance.

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Orthodontic treatment

In some cases, orthodontic treatment may require the extraction of a tooth, which may then require a single tooth implant.

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Failed root canal

If a root canal treatment fails, it may be necessary to remove the tooth and replace it with a dental implant.

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Aging

As we age, our teeth may become weaker and more susceptible to damage or decay, leading to tooth loss.

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Accidents or injuries

Accidents or injuries that cause tooth loss may require a single tooth implant as a replacement option.

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Lifestyle habits

Poor oral hygiene, smoking, and a high-sugar diet can increase the risk of tooth decay and gum disease, leading to tooth loss that may require a single tooth implant.

Our Treatment Process

Initial consultation

The first step is to consult with a periodontist or gum specialist. They will evaluate the severity of your gum condition and determine whether you are a suitable candidate for surgery.

Anesthesia

Before the procedure, the periodontist will administer local anesthesia to numb the gums and surrounding tissues.

Incisions

The periodontist will make incisions in the gums to access the underlying tissues. The incisions are made in a way that minimizes bleeding and pain.

Removal of diseased tissue

The periodontist will remove any diseased tissue, such as infected or damaged gum tissue, using special tools.

Grafting

In some cases, the periodontist may need to graft tissue onto the gums to promote healing and restore the natural contour of the gum line.

Suturing

The periodontist will then use sutures to close the incisions and promote healing. The sutures are usually removed within a week or two.

Frequently Asked Questions

Gums surgery may be necessary to treat periodontal disease, which can cause gums to recede and teeth to become loose. It may also be done to improve the appearance of the gums or to prepare the mouth for other dental procedures.

The length of gum surgery depends on the extent of the procedure, but it typically takes between 1 to 2 hours.

Patients may experience some discomfort or sensitivity after gum surgery, but pain can be managed with over-the-counter pain relievers or prescribed medications.

Recovery time varies depending on the extent of the surgery, but patients typically need 13 to 14 days to fully recover.

Patients should wait 24 hours after gum surgery before brushing their teeth, and should then use a soft-bristled brush and be gentle around the surgical site.

Gum surgery is best performed by a periodontist or a gum specialist.

You will mostly sleep during the process because the dentist will numb your gums with local anesthesia.

As with any surgical procedure, there are risks associated with gum surgery, such as bleeding, infection, or an allergic reaction to anesthesia. However, these risks are generally low.

Most gum surgery procedures are covered by insurance. But, you should check with the insurance company before going for gum surgery.

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