Surgical Periodontal Therapy

Surgical Periodontal Therapy

North Point Periodontics offers advanced surgical periodontal therapy for the treatment of periodontal disease. Our dentist, Dr. Kirkland, has extensive experience performing all different types of periodontal surgeries including the following:

Gingivectomy and Gingivoplasty
Pocket Elimination
Gum Grafting
Donor Tissue Gum Grafting
Bone Grafting
Crown Lengthening
Ridge Augmentation
Dental Implants

Our periodontal dentists use the latest techniques to ensure that our patients are comfortable during surgical procedures. We also take the time to thoroughly present treatment options, explain procedures and educate patients about the maintenance of their oral health.

Gum Disease Treatments

For the most advanced surgical gum disease treatments available, you can count on the dedicated dentists and staff at North Point Periodontics. Some cases of periodontal disease may be treated using non-surgical methods including scaling and root planing and antibiotics. However, in more severe cases, surgery may be needed to restore your mouth to health and prevent further disease. Should you require surgery, our periodontists will take the time to clearly explain the procedure and let you know what to expect during and after surgery. After surgery, one of our our periodontists will recommend a periodontal maintenance treatment plan to help you maintain your oral health.

Periodontal Surgery Procedures

To get more information about the periodontal surgery procedures we offer or to schedule an appointment, please contact our Surgical Periodontal Therapy Specialists at North Point Periodontics today. Our practice is currently accepting new patients and we would appreciate the opportunity to care for you or a member of your family. For your convenience, we accept dental insurance as well as other forms of payment. We look forward to helping you achieve and maintain optimal oral health.

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