Gingivektomie

Gingivectomy is the removal of gum tissue (gingiva) by surgery. Gingivoplasty is a type of gum surgery used to reshape healthy gum tissue around teeth. Both types of surgery are typically performed by periodontists. Gum tissue can be removed for two reasons: between teeth and gums caused pockets where food and bacteria builds up, which greatly hinders oral hygiene and other reasons, because there is a surplus around dental gums, which interferes with dental hygiene. In severe cases, excess gums causes difficulty speaking and chewing. With gingivoplasty the dental meat gives a natural look (form). The team surgery correct malformations and asymmetries caused by genetic factor, but the grip may have only cosmetic purposes. Gingivoplasty usually works independently of gingivectomy, but it can be done before or after gingivectomy.


Our clinic Eurodent in Serbia, for many years treated hundreds of such problems gingivectomy and has hundreds of satisfied customers who no longer have problems with this type of pain.
Gingivectomy problem for gum tissue before surgery

Gingivectomy problem for gum tissue before surgery

Gingivectomy problem solution after surgery

Gingivectomy problem solution after surgery

Gingivectomy surgery is performed under normal anesthesia where anestetic is injected also in interdental papillae, the vestibular and oral side. It then determines and marks depth of periodontal pockets. This is done by special instruments (“markers”). These are instruments whose one arm of a thin and spiky, a similar probe, and on top of the second prong arm is angled 90 degrees to the arm of the instrument. The real boom markers entered into the periodontal pocket to its bottom and then the instrument is close to wave break gum (periodontal pocket soft wall). After removing the instrument, on the surface of the gingiva remains bloody point that indicates the depth of periodontal pockets. Determining and marking the depth of periodontal pockets can be completed and a probe: it is first measured the depth of the pocket which is then transferred from outside the attached gingiva, and then the tip of the instrument indicate the level of bottom of periodontal pockets. This marking is carried out systematically from one end of the operational fields with vestibular and oral side.