Gingivectomy

What Is A Gingivectomy?

Gingivectomies removes and reshapes loose gum tissue and reduces pocket depth between the teeth and gums. Gingivectomies are typically performed after other treatment options have been explored.

A gingivectomy is usually performed when a patient has severe periodontal or gum disease that has not responded well to scaling and root planing or other periodontal procedures and is a procedure that is typically provided by a doctor.

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