I was in a bad car accident last spring, and during the crash, I hit my face on the steering wheel. I lost a few teeth, broke and chipped others, and it seemed as if my whole face was out of alignment. I was more devastated by my dental injury than anything else – I thought I’d never get my smile back.
However, my dentist referred me to a restorative dentist, and the restorative dentist helped me make a plan to restore my pearly whites. It took a lot of work, but now my smile is back and better than ever. I started this blog to inform others about the amazing dental procedures that can help restore and improve a damaged smile.
Pocket reduction surgery or periodontal flap surgery is often necessary because the individual has receding gums that show signs of gum disease. A periodontist who specializes in treatment of the gums typically performs the surgery. Taking proper care of your gums and mouth post-surgery can help you to avoid needing more procedures in the future.
Why Pocket Reduction Surgery Is Necessary?
The gums anchor your teeth in your mouth. Unhealthy gums often recede and then the roots of your teeth can be exposed by the deep pockets that result from this problem. [Read More]