How Much Does a Gingivectomy Cost?

Over time, gum disease will cause your gums to become loose and eventually form pockets between the teeth and gums.  These pockets will become a safe haven for bacteria, and if the pocket becomes too deep, it can lead to tooth loss.  Unfortunately, gums affected by periodontal disease won’t reattach to the teeth and surgery is often necessary to correct the problem if antibiotics or a root planing and scaling don’t work.

A gingivectomy is a surgical procedure that removes the diseased gum tissues, reducing the pocket size and slowing down the gum disease.  It can also be used in correlation with a cosmetic procedure to help reshape and/or re-contour the outer surface of the gums.  This procedure will be absolutely necessary if you want to retain a healthy smile.

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