These diseases are mainly gingivitis which, if not diagnosed and treated, can lead to periodontitis (pyorrhea) and end the loss of the tooth. Gingivitis is inflammation of the gums that is usually accompanied by some bleeding. Periodontitis is the irreversible deterioration of the bone that supports the tooth and causes the loss of teeth.
It is very important to diagnose these diseases in time, since by not perceiving pain and in some cases hardly any bleeding they can go unnoticed. It is very important to diagnose these diseases in time, since by not perceiving pain and in some cases hardly any bleeding they can go unnoticed.
PERIODONTAL PLASTIC SURGERY
The first thing to consider is the facial and muscular structure of the patient, since the face is the letter of introduction of every person and the smile is the best way to relate to others.
Thus, periodontal plastic surgery can be recommended both in cases in which there is excess gum due to inflammation and in the opposite case, when the gums retract and expose the roots of the teeth. Also, this procedure may be suggested to help bone resorption after extraction.