Regenerative Procedures

Regenerative periodontal therapy is a treatment approach aimed at restoring the health and function of the tissues surrounding the teeth. This therapy focuses on promoting the regeneration of the periodontal ligament, cementum, and alveolar bone to repair any damage caused by periodontal diseases. The process involves a combination of non-surgical and surgical procedures, such as laser therapy, guided tissue regeneration, and bone grafting. By stimulating the growth of new tissues, regenerative periodontal therapy can help to stabilize and even reverse the effects of gum recession, bone loss, and tooth mobility. This innovative treatment option offers a promising solution for individuals suffering from periodontal diseases, as it not only addresses the symptoms but also aims to restore the affected tissues to their healthy state.