Osseous Surgery

When gum disease progresses to a more advanced stage, it can result in serious damage to the supporting structures of your teeth, including the bone. Osseous surgery, also known as pocket depth reduction or flap surgery, is a specialized dental procedure aimed at correcting these issues, preserving your teeth, and ensuring the long-term health of your smile. Explore how osseous surgery can help you regain a strong foundation for a beautiful and functional smile.

Osseous surgery is an advanced dental procedure designed to treat severe gum disease (periodontitis) by addressing the damage it has caused to the supporting bone and tissues surrounding your teeth. This surgical intervention involves carefully removing and reshaping the affected bone and tissues to eliminate periodontal pockets and restore proper gum and bone health.