Surgical Periodontal Treatments 

Suffering from gum bleeding on regular basis?
Noticing gaps between your teeth?

  •  Advanced gum disease treatments
  • Deep scaling and root planing
  •  Guidance into a better oral hygiene


Periodontal, or osseous surgery, is the traditional method for treating moderate to advanced gum disease and is typically performed after other treatments such as scaling and root planing have been attempted. Also known as pocket depth reduction surgery, the procedure is performed to reduce the depths of the “pockets” between the teeth and the gums and to create a clean and healthy environment around the teeth. 

During the procedure, plaque and tartar is removed from the teeth underneath the gums and the area is smoothed of any remaining calculus. After the teeth roots are cleaned of the harmful bacteria that causes gum disease, the excess gum tissue is removed and stitches are used to hold the gums in the correct position during healing. Laser supported treatment is used to improve the results and a better regeneration of the tissues. The end result is a healthy support for your teeth. We encourage you to consult our specialized team of dentists regarding any of  your gum related concerns.  Keep your gums and teeth healthy!

Gum recession can often lead to exposure of root surfaces, and is a very common patient complaint. If your gums recede, we can restore them to more natural form and function. Gum recession can be caused by infection, teeth grinding, and even rarely from overly aggressive toothbrush usage by patients.

Tissue grafts are recommended to prevent further gum recession and bone loss,  and can be used to cover exposed or sensitive root surfaces. This procedure is completed by taking a connective tissue from the palate and transplanting it into a tunnel prepared around the receded areas of the gum.  Graft tissue transplants are performed in our clinic under local anesthesia and typically have a relatively short recovery time.

If you have advanced periodontal disease, deep pockets may form between your teeth and gums, and often cannot be treated with conventional non-surgical therapy. In this case, we may recommend some type of surgical procedure. We prefer to start with non-surgical treatment and then after six months to a year make decisions on which areas require surgical treatment. It is preferable not to let bone loss become more severe because it will typically elongate the treatment time frame.

During the pocket elimination surgery the gum tissue is folded back, the diseased tissue is removed along with the accompanied bacteria , and the tissue is placed back at a new level which will allow patients to keep the area clean after the procedure. The surgery result is an improved oral environment and an increased chance of keeping your own natural teeth long term.

If your tooth is deeply decayed or broken near or below the gum line there may be not possible to restore your tooth properly.  In this case for a better long term prognosis  we might recommend a crown-lengthening procedure. This surgical procedure allows us to effectively adjust the level of the gum and bone, exposing more of your tooth structure and  restore your tooth to its natural form and functionality.

Another indication for a crown lengthening procedure is a “gummy smile” condition, where by removing the gum tissue and bone structure we improve the aesthetic results and achieve “face and smile” harmony and balance.


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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

What causes gum disease?

Gum diseases are caused by a steady buildup of bacterial plaque on the teeth along the gum line. The bacteria in this plaque releases toxins, which can irritate the soft tissues of the gums leading to infection and other issues.

Is there a non-surgical therapy for gum disease?

Scaling and root planning can help people manage a primary stage gum disease. These techniques are called deep cleaning.

What happens if gum disease is left untreated?

If the gum disease is left untreated, it causes the loss of the tooth. If the infection spreads, it can cause an increased risk of heart disease, stroke or diabetes.

Are dental implants good mains to restore tooth after a gum disease?

A dental implant is made after the complete removal of the hopeless tooth. However, it is important to undergo proper treatment and cleanliness requirements to keep gum diseases away and retain the implant for a longer time.

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German Dental and Neuromuscular Clinic
Unit 1002, Cluster W, Tiffany Tower,
Jumeirah Lake Towers
P.O. Box: 71803, Dubai, UAE.