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Gum disease is an infection of tissues surrounding the female natural tooth. Periodental diseases are common chronic diseases that can intervene in almost all age groups that can affect one or more females. In chronic cases, there is no pain. Gingivitis is the condition where infection only affects the gingiva. Red skewer, bright soft consistency and easy bleeding gingiva.
To ensure that the teeth and gums remain in a healthy state, the bacterial dental plaque must be removed by daily oral care (toothbrushing, flossing). Even these processes may not prevent the formation of calculus regularly. It is important for dental and gingival health that the dentists remove the dental calculi that are not accessible by toothbrush, floss and other cleaning tools.
The first step of creating an aesthetic smile is to ensure the harmony of teeth and gums. The color of the gums, the structure of the tooth with the level of esthetics is important to create. Having perfect teeth and perfect teeth are not enough for an aesthetic smile. The amount of gums that appear when you laugh affects the appearance of the teeth. If the gums are pulled, the teeth appear longer. It is possible to eliminate this negative situation with gingival aesthetic applications.
Gingivectomy, which is used as a method of gingival aesthetics, is the process of removing the gingival section seen in patients with more gingiva.
It is the process of shaping the gums. Gummy Smile (Gummy Smile) Gummy smile during the state of gums appear during the gummy simle is defined as. In these cases, excess gingiva is corrected by gingivectomy and gingivoplasty procedures. Tooth lengths are extended and the gums are leveled. In addition, a second option can be applied by applying botox under the nostril to lower the upper lip slightly so that the gums are more visible.
Opening a certain part of the palate tissue with the mouth ceiling in the form of an envelope and removing the tissue. The received tissue is fixed with special stitches to the recipient region and covered with stitches in the donor region. Sometimes periodical eruptions may remain.
It is a surgical procedure that creates or gums. It is defined as digging the gums with the gingival tissue (graft) taken from the palate in the areas of the tooth with gingival recession. Although there is an option to tear the exposed root surface of the tooth, its main purpose is to form conjoined gingiva.