BONE AND TISSUE REGENERATION TECHNIQUES
The main consequence of periodontal disease is the loss of tissues surrounding the tooth. In cases where this loss is extensive, an attempt is made to regenerate these tissues lost by the disease.
In order to achieve this goal, bone grafts in combination with special membranes are used in order to create new bone and eliminate the periodontal bone lesions created by the disease.
Sutures are placed which are removed two weeks after surgery. Post-operative instructions are given to the patient and regular evaluations are performed to ensure long-term therapeutic outcome.
An essential condition for applying these techniques is the effective oral hygiene.