Periodontal Surgery


If you notice redness on your gums, it is usually the first sing of beginning gum disease. When this occurs, you should consult your dentist immediately. In most cases, a thorough professional periodontal treatment and thus the removal of all hard and soft deposits on your teeth should solve this issue.

If the disease is already advanced, we will help you with state-of-the-art periodontal surgery. With microsurgical operation techniques, we open gently existing gingiva pockets and remove the bacterial deposits below the gums. At the same time, we can regenerate bone tissue and rebuild it with your own bone material. Existing periodontal disease germs can be identified and usually reliably suppressed by supplementing your diet, restoring the natural microbiological balance. The gums will no longer be inflamed and restore to original strength.

If a gum disease is not treated, the teeth lose their hold, begin to wiggle and worst-case scenario fall out. Through the socket of a tooth bacteria can enter the bloodstream and spread to other areas of the body, those could cause serious diseases such as stroke, diabetes and heart attack.

Statistics show that nowadays more teeth are lost through gingivitis and periodontal disease as an adult versus tooth decay.

During a consultation, our specialist will explain the course of treatment which will be relaxed and pain free for you.