Surgical excision of the gingiva at the level of its attachment, thus creating new marginal gingiva. This procedure is used to eliminate gingival or periodontal pockets or to provide an approach for extensive surgical interventions, and to gain access necessary to remove calculus within the pocket. (Dorland, 28th ed)
Generalized or localized diffuse fibrous overgrowth of the gingival tissue, usually transmitted as an autosomal dominant trait, but some cases are idiopathic and others produced by drugs. The enlarged gingiva is pink, firm, and has a leather-like consistency with a minutely pebbled surface and in severe cases the teeth are almost completely covered and the enlargement projects into the oral vestibule. (Dorland, 28th ed)
Abnormal enlargement or overgrowth of the gingivae brought about by enlargement of existing cells.
Excessive growth of the gingiva either by an increase in the size of the constituent cells (GINGIVAL HYPERTROPHY) or by an increase in their number (GINGIVAL HYPERPLASIA). (From Jablonski's Dictionary of Dentistry, 1992, p574)
Non-inflammatory enlargement of the gingivae produced by factors other than local irritation. It is characteristically due to an increase in the number of cells. (From Jablonski's Dictionary of Dentistry, 1992, p400)
Inflammation of gum tissue (GINGIVA) without loss of connective tissue.
A preparation of chicle, sometimes mixed with other plastic substances, sweetened and flavored. It is masticated usually for pleasure as a candy substitute but it sometimes acts as a vehicle for the administration of medication.
A dental specialty concerned with the histology, physiology, and pathology of the tissues that support, attach, and surround the teeth, and of the treatment and prevention of disease affecting these tissues.
Pathological processes involving the PERIODONTIUM including the gum (GINGIVA), the alveolar bone (ALVEOLAR PROCESS), the DENTAL CEMENTUM, and the PERIODONTAL LIGAMENT.
A dental specialty concerned with the diagnosis and surgical treatment of disease, injuries, and defects of the human oral and maxillofacial region.
Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
Surgical procedures used to treat disease, injuries, and defects of the oral and maxillofacial region.
A blocking of nerve conduction to a specific area by an injection of an anesthetic agent.
The use of HIGH-ENERGY SHOCK WAVES, in the frequency range of 20-30 kHz, to cut through mineralized tissue.
Removal of degenerated and necrotic epithelium and underlying connective tissue of a periodontal pocket in an effort to convert a chronic ulcerated wound to an acute surgical wound, thereby insuring wound healing and attachment or epithelial adhesion, and shrinkage of the marginal gingiva. The term is sometimes used in connection with smoothing of a root surface or ROOT PLANING. (Jablonski; Illustrated Dictionary of Dentistry, 1982)
Removal of dental plaque and dental calculus from the surface of a tooth, from the surface of a tooth apical to the gingival margin accumulated in periodontal pockets, or from the surface coronal to the gingival margin.
Polysaccharide gums from PLANTS.
A prosthetic restoration that reproduces the entire surface anatomy of the visible natural crown of a tooth. It may be partial (covering three or more surfaces of a tooth) or complete (covering all surfaces). It is made of gold or other metal, porcelain, or resin.
The upper part of the tooth, which joins the lower part of the tooth (TOOTH ROOT) at the cervix (TOOTH CERVIX) at a line called the cementoenamel junction. The entire surface of the crown is covered with enamel which is thicker at the extremity and becomes progressively thinner toward the cervix. (From Jablonski, Dictionary of Dentistry, 1992, p216)
Using an INTERNET based personal journal which may consist of reflections, comments, and often hyperlinks.
Facilities where dental care is provided to patients.
Substances intended to be applied to the human body for cleansing, beautifying, promoting attractiveness, or altering the appearance without affecting the body's structure or functions. Included in this definition are skin creams, lotions, perfumes, lipsticks, fingernail polishes, eye and facial makeup preparations, permanent waves, hair colors, toothpastes, and deodorants, as well as any material intended for use as a component of a cosmetic product. (U.S. Food & Drug Administration Center for Food Safety & Applied Nutrition Office of Cosmetics Fact Sheet (web page) Feb 1995)
The surgical removal of a tooth. (Dorland, 28th ed)
The profession concerned with the teeth, oral cavity, and associated structures, and the diagnosis and treatment of their diseases including prevention and the restoration of defective and missing tissue.
Biocompatible materials placed into (endosseous) or onto (subperiosteal) the jawbone to support a crown, bridge, or artificial tooth, or to stabilize a diseased tooth.
A treatment modality in endodontics concerned with the therapy of diseases of the dental pulp. For preparatory procedures, ROOT CANAL PREPARATION is available.
Individuals who fabricate and fit DENTURES without the supervision of DENTISTS. (from Stedman's Medical Dictionary, 27th ed) They may or may not have formal education in health sciences, but are well versed in the art of constructing dentures.
Insurance providing coverage for dental care.
The total of dental diagnostic, preventive, and restorative services provided to meet the needs of a patient (from Illustrated Dictionary of Dentistry, 1982).
A province of eastern Canada. Its capital is Quebec. The region belonged to France from 1627 to 1763 when it was lost to the British. The name is from the Algonquian quilibek meaning the place where waters narrow, referring to the gradually narrowing channel of the St. Lawrence or to the narrows of the river at Cape Diamond. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p993 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p440)
Use for articles concerning dental education in general.
Educational institutions for individuals specializing in the field of dentistry.
Localized destruction of the tooth surface initiated by decalcification of the enamel followed by enzymatic lysis of organic structures and leading to cavity formation. If left unchecked, the cavity may penetrate the enamel and dentin and reach the pulp.

Infiltrated lidocaine 2% with epinephrine 1:80,000 causes more postoperative pain than lidocaine 2% after oral soft tissue surgery. (1/23)

A controlled, randomized, double-blind, within-patient, crossover study was made with 50 patients (28 women and 22 men) of mean age 47 years (range, 32-69 years) who were subjected to identical bilateral gingivectomies. On one occasion, lidocaine 2% was infiltrated as the local anesthetic. On the other occasion, lidocaine 2% with epinephrine 1:80,000 was given. Postoperative pain intensity was recorded by the patients on a 100-mm visual analogue scale every hour during an 11-hour observation period. The mean pain intensity was numerically higher after lidocaine 2% at 0 hours and 1 hour postoperatively. Then the mean pain intensity after lidocaine 2% was lower than that after lidocaine 2% with epinephrine 1:80,000 throughout the remaining observation period. The difference in pain intensity was statistically significant (P < .05) at 2, 4, 5, 6, and 7 hours after surgery. Mean sum (SEM) pain intensity over the 11-hour observation period was lower (P = .03) after lidocaine 2%, 66.5 (13.4) mm than after lidocaine 2% with epinephrine 1:80,000, 92.6 (15.4) mm. The study shows that high epinephrine concentration (1:80,000) increases the postoperative pain after dental soft tissue surgery with mild pain.  (+info)

A dose-response study of adrenaline combined with lignocaine 2%: effect on acute postoperative pain after oral soft tissue surgery. (2/23)

AIMS: The combination of lignocaine and adrenaline may cause more postoperative pain than other types of local anaesthetic agents with comparable clinical efficacy. This study investigates the dose-response effect of adrenaline added to lignocaine on postoperative pain, when used as local anaesthetic for oral soft tissue surgery. METHODS: A controlled, randomized, double-blind, parallel group study included 195 patients (108 females/87 males) with mean age 49 years (range 26-75 years). The patients were allocated to one of three treatment groups receiving lignocaine 2% (n = 66), lignocaine 2% with adrenaline 1 : 160 000 (n = 63) or lignocaine 2% with adrenaline 1 : 80 000 (n = 66). RESULTS: Lignocaine 2% with adrenaline 1 : 80 000 gave significantly more pain intensity than lignocaine 2% or lignocaine 2% with adrenaline 1 : 160 000. The postoperative pain intensity courses after lignocaine 2% and lignocaine 2% with adrenaline 1 : 160 000 showed a similar pattern except for the time period just after completion of surgery when lignocaine 2% with adrenaline 1 : 80 000 caused less pain. CONCLUSIONS: High adrenaline concentrations (1 : 80 000) combined with lignocaine local anaesthetic solution offers no advantage with respect to pain alleviation during the immediate postoperative pain period. High exogenous adrenaline concentrations may play a significant role in enhancing acute postoperative intensity.  (+info)

Treatment and long-term follow-up of a patient with hereditary gingival fibromatosis: a case report. (3/23)

This report addresses the complex nature of oral diagnosis, treatment and long-term case management in the hereditary form of recurrent gingival fibromatosis. Case management is discussed in relation to a 13-year-old girl who presented with recurrent, progressive gingival enlargement requiring consecutive periodontal and orthodontic treatment. The initial course of treatment included 4-quadrant gingivectomy with reverse bevel incisions, followed by orthodontics. Microscopic examination of the gingivectomy specimens supported the clinical diagnosis. Three years later, recurrence of the condition was observed in all quadrants. To facilitate orthodontic tooth movement and to achieve optimal esthetics, another full-mouth gingivectomy was performed. There was no recurrence of the condition a year later. It is recommended that patients with this condition be monitored closely after gingivectomy, so that the treatment requirements of localized areas can be addressed as needed.  (+info)

Gingival prostheses--a review. (4/23)

Gingival replacement is often a component of comprehensive prosthodontics. Gingival prostheses may be fixed or removable and may be made from acrylics, composite resins, silicones or porcelain-based materials. Undercuts or dental attachments are used to secure removable prostheses, which are esthetically pleasing and easy to maintain. This paper describes several clinical situations in which gingival prostheses were used effectively.  (+info)

Idiopathic gingival hyperplasia and orthodontic treatment: a case report. (5/23)

There are many reasons for gingival hyperplasia. Mostly, proper oral hygiene is sufficient to achieve normal healthy gingiva. In some situations, however, gingival hyperplasia is drug-induced or can be a manifestation of a genetic disorder. In the latter, it may exist as an isolated abnormality or as part of a syndrome. If orthodontic treatment is needed in patients with gingival hyperplasia, both orthodontic and periodontal aspects need to be considered. Extreme hereditary gingival fibromatosis was periodontally treated, by removal of all gingival excess using flaps and gingivectomies. After a follow-up period, the orthodontic treatment started with fixed appliances. Monthly periodontal check-ups (scaling and polishing) were scheduled to control the gingival inflammation. After the orthodontic treatment, permanent retention was applied, once more followed by a complete gingivectomy in both maxilla and mandible. One of the most important keys to successful treatment of hyperplasia patients is the cooperation between the periodontist and the orthodontist.  (+info)

Removal of hyperplastic lesions of the oral cavity. A retrospective study of 128 cases. (6/23)

AIMS: Based on our accumulated experience, the present study evaluates and discusses the indications, advantages and inconveniences of oral cavity epulis resection using the carbon dioxide laser (CO2) versus the Erbium:YAG laser (Er:YAG), diode laser and surgical scalpel. MATERIAL AND METHODS: A retrospective study has been made of 120 patients involving the removal of 128 epulis lesions with the CO2 laser, Er:YAG laser, diode laser and surgical scalpel. Postoperative controls were carried out after 7, 15 and 30 days to evaluate healing and wound evolution, and after 3, 6 and 12 months to assess possible relapse. RESULTS: Two groups were defined, based on the clinical and etiopathogenic characteristics of the excised lesions: gingival hyperplastic lesions (77 cases) and fibromatous hyperplasia (51 cases). The lower jaw was the most frequent location of gingival hyperplasia (51.9%). Fibrous hyperplasia was the most common histological diagnosis (49 cases; 63.6%). Percentage relapse following removal was 9.1%, of which 5 cases corresponded to fibrous hyperplasia. Only one malignancy was identified, corresponding to infiltrating squamous cell carcinoma. On the other hand, of the 51 treated cases of fibromatous hyperplasia, 58.8% were located in the upper jaw. These were histologically confirmed to be fibrous hyperplasia, with relapse in 19.6% of the cases. CONCLUSIONS: Although the different surgical techniques used for removal of epulis of the oral cavity are appropriate, we consider the CO2 laser to be the treatment of choice, since it offers a number of both intra- and postoperative advantages. On the other hand, all oral lesions require histological study to establish a firm diagnosis.  (+info)

Analysis of proliferative activity in oral gingival epithelium in immunosuppressive medication induced gingival overgrowth. (7/23)

BACKGROUND: Drug-induced gingival overgrowth is a frequent adverse effect associated principally with administration of the immunosuppressive drug cyclosporin A and also certain antiepileptic and antihypertensive drugs. It is characterized by a marked increase in the thickness of the epithelial layer and accumulation of excessive amounts of connective tissue. The mechanism by which the drugs cause gingival overgrowth is not yet understood. The purpose of this study was to compare proliferative activity of normal human gingiva and in cyclosporine A-induced gingival overgrowth. METHODS: Gingival samples were collected from 12 generally healthy individuals and 22 Cyclosporin A-medicated renal transplant recipients. Expression of proliferating cell nuclear antigen was evaluated in formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded gingival samples using an immunoperoxidase technique and a monoclonal antibody for this antigen. RESULTS: There were differences between the Cyclosporin A group and control group in regard to proliferating cell nuclear antigen and epithelial thickness. In addition, the degree of stromal inflammation was higher in the Cyclosporin A group when compared with the control group. CONCLUSION: The results suggest that the increased epithelial thickness observed in Cyclosporin A-induced gingival overgrowth is associated with increased proliferative activity in keratinocytes.  (+info)

Anesthetic management of a patient with Sturge-Weber syndrome undergoing oral surgery. (8/23)

This case involves a possible complication of excessive bleeding or rupture of hemangiomas. Problems and anesthetic management of the patient are discussed. A 35-year-old man with Sturge-Weber syndrome was to undergo teeth extraction and gingivectomy. Hemangiomas covered his face and the inside of the oral cavity. We used intravenous conscious sedation with propofol and N2O-O2 to reduce the patient's emotional stress. It was previously determined that stress caused marked expansion of this patient's hemangiomas. Periodontal ligament injection was chosen as the local anesthesia technique. Teeth were extracted without excessive bleeding or rupture of hemangiomas, but the planned gingivectomies were cancelled. Deep sedation requiring airway manipulation should be avoided because there are possible difficulties in airway maintenance. Because this was an outpatient procedure, propofol was selected as the sedative agent primarily because of its rapid onset and equally rapid recovery. Periodontal ligament injection with 2% lidocaine containing 1: 80,000 epinephrine was chosen for local anesthesia. Gingivectomy was cancelled because hemostasis was challenging. As part of preoperative preparation, equipment for prompt intubation was available in case of rupture of the hemangiomas. The typically seen elevation of blood pressure was suppressed under propofol sedation so that expansion of the hemangiomas and significant intraoperative bleeding was prevented. Periodontal ligament injection as a local anesthetic also prevented bleeding from the injection site.  (+info)

Veterinary Emergency Clinic of York Region performs surgeries to treat a wide range of conditions in cats, dogs and other companion animals.. Soft tissue surgery is surgery on skin, muscle or inside the abdomen or the chest. The most common reason for pets to have emergency soft tissue surgery is to remove lumps or growths. Other reasons include; investigating gastrointestinal concerns such as foreign bodies or perforations, emergency repair of a skin or muscle wound, or abscess or cyst drainage... ...
Soft tissue surgery includes a variety of surgical treatments from foreign body DVSC surgeons are trained in every aspect of soft tissue surgery and
OBJECTIVES. The aim of this study was to evaluate the anaesthetic recovery quality after sevoflurane anaesthesia in dogs. The clinical signs, anaesthetic recovery times, hypnotic component of the anaesthetic state measured by bispectral index and the autonomic nervous system reactivity (ANSr) measured by Anemon-I were studied. The influence of the kind of surgery on the anaesthetic recovery quality was also analyzed.. MATERIALS. 10 dogs treated in Veterinary Teaching Hospital for several diseases were anaesthetized with sevoflurane to perform major surgery. Soft tissue surgery was performed in 5 dogs and orthopaedic surgery was performed in the other 5. Dogs were premedicated with acepromazine (0.04 mg/kg), buprenorphine (0.01 mg/kg) and atropine (0.04 mg/kg). Anaesthesia was induced with sevoflurane (7-8 %) by facial mask. Sevoflurane was administered for maintenance, beginning at a concentration of 3 % to rapidly achieve minimal alveolar concentration (MAC 2.36). Once MAC was reached, the ...
Klinik Haiwan Healing Pets Sdn Bhd - Soft Tissue Surgery Surgery (Soft Tissue, Orthopaedics) Selangor, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur (KL), Petaling Jaya Pet, Services, Our veterinary clinic which located at Selangor, Malaysia provide pet treatment services such as pet surgery, pet dentistry, physiotherapy, endoscopy, etc.
This 4-day course is designed to teach participants the technical aspects of a variety of soft tissue surgery procedures. Some theory will be included in the lectures but emphasis will be placed on the technical aspects used to perform each procedure thus maximizing time in the lab. This course will include one day (Monday, May 21) that will allow us to teach abdominal visceral organ surgery! Procedures for the canine labs include laryngeal tie-back, TECA-LBO, forelimb amputation, perineal hernia repair, salivary gland resection, scrotal urethrostomy, chest drain placement, anal sacculectomy, gastropexy and rapid splenectomy. Procedures for the feline lab include nosectomy for squamous cell ca, ventral bulla osteotomy, PU - dorsal approach, chest drain placement and E-tube placement. Video of clinical case material will be used extensively throughout the laboratory to help illustrate each technique.. ...
The board-certified surgeons at Veterinary Specialists of Greater New Orleans provide the highest level of surgical care available in veterinary medicine. Our highly skilled surgeons have many years of successful surgical experience, and they will bring that same level of care to your pet. Soft tissue surgeries are performed in our hospital when surgery is necessary to treat disorders involving the cardiothoracic, respiratory, gastrointestinal, and urogenital systems as well as conditions of the ear, nose and throat. Some of the more common conditions diagnosed and treated at our hospital include: ...
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SOFT TISSUE SURGERY. We are proud to offer a wide variety of surgical procedures for injuries and conditions to soft tissue areas of your pets body. We utilize state of the art diagnostic imaging to enhance our capabilities for soft tissue surgery, ensuring that your pet has access to the highest standard of veterinary medicine.. Our surgical team is highly trained and experienced in soft tissue procedures, so you can rest assured that your pet is in good hands. We promise to communicate with you throughout the process and make your pets surgery as stress-free as possible. If you have any questions or comments about how we can help your pet through soft tissue surgery, please contact us today at (904) 717-0777.. ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY. To make sure is done right the first time, our team employs the help of highly qualify board certified surgeons from Affiliated Veterinary Specialists (AVS) . Everything is done at our facilities for your convenience.. ...
Gingivectomy is the removal of gums via surgery. When our gums are more than usual in amount or diseased, a dentist cuts off the extra gums
Dr. Westbrook performs a Gingivectomy to eliminate excess gum tissue for cosmetic, functional and health related reasons for patients in Sunnyvale CA.
Watch as Ben A. Sutter, DMD, FAGD, FICCMO, LVIF, DABLS, performs a LightScalpel CO2 laser gingivectomy prior to a crown prep. Dr. Sutter uses the... Watch this video now!
A gingivectomy is usually performed when a patient has severe periodontal disease that cannot be cured with scaling and root planing or other periodontal procedures. Call Dr. John M. Lane in Florence, AL to assess your oral health needs and risks today!
Dr. David Pumphrey of Pumphrey Periodontics in Atlanta explains that a gingivectomy can prevent plaque and tartar buildup and stop the progression of periodontal disease.
Traumatic or irritation fibroma is a common benign exophytic oral lesion that develops secondary to tissue injury. It is the most common benign reactive lesion, and the treatment of choice is surgical excision. The use of lasers in different dental procedures has become very common in the last few years. In oral surgeries, it use is usually associated with no or little bleeding and a better postoperative period. Nd:YAP (Neodymium:Yttrium- Aluminum-Perovskite) laser has been reported in the literature mainly in hard tissue procedures. The literature contains no reports of the use of ND:YAP laser in oral soft tissues surgery. This report describe the use of Nd:YAP laser (1.34 μm, 250 mW, 30 Hz) on the excision of a traumatic fibroma in combination with daily phototherapy with low-intensity laser (InGaAlP; 660 nm;40 mW; 3 J/cm2). The excision of the fibroma using the Nd:YAP laser consisted was a quick clinical procedure, without bleeding. During the days following surgery, the patient reported no ...
Champaign, Illinois. Dr. Phillips has performed soft tissue surgery for 19 years and ureteral surgery, vascular surgery, and feline and canine kidney transplantation as assistant director of the renal transplant program at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. As associate professor of small animal surgery and soft tissue surgery service chief at the University of Illinois, Dr. Phillipss expertise includes microvascular surgery, reconstructive surgery; urogenital surgery-especially feline and canine ureteral surgery and transplant surgery; and upper airway surgery. At the University of Illinois, Dr. Phillips performs all types of soft titssue surgery. She also performs endoscopic-assisted laser treatments for upper airway obstructions in dogs, such as those procedures that have been described for intranasal obstructions in brachycephalic dogs ...
Verrucae are warty growths which occur on the soles or toes of your feet. They are caused by the Human papilloma virus and can be contracted in any communal areas such as swimming baths and changing rooms. They are highly contageous, and should you be unlucky to catch the virus, precautions should be taken not to walk around barefoot anywhere.. Verrucaes can often be painful and unsightly and extremely difficult to treat.Peoples first port of call is normally visiting the chemist or GP however this will not cure your Verrucae .For those patients with a verrucae which have become resistant to both over the counter ointments and cryosurgical treatments, surgical removal is an option under a local anaesthetic. We are finding more and more people are becoming resistant to over the counter treatments, we advise you book in to see a highly qualified Podiatrist and he should be your first port of call to assess your verrucae as to whether we can treat or surgically remove.. Alternative to surgical ...
This September, the School of Veterinary Medicine will host a CE on Soft Tissue for Small Animal Practice. The objective of the CE is to review urinary tract surgeries; illustrate conditions that affect the respiratory tract and review options for diagnosis and surgical treatment; describe the basic tenets of wound management; review the various types of wound closure techniques; and discuss potential complications of those procedures.. Register or Get More Information ...
Your scheduled visit to the General Surgery Service at the Cornell University Hospital for Animals begins when you pull up to the circular driveway in front of the large animal hospital. Please park your vehicle in the driveway, come into the reception area and check in at the front desk. After a small amount of paperwork, you will be given directions to the unloading area and a technician or student will help you unload and walk your animal to its assigned stall. After your animal is unloaded, a technician and student will work together to conduct an examination of your animal and will take a medical history. We appreciate your patience and understanding in allowing our veterinarians-in-training to interact with you and your animal. Next, the student will leave to report their findings to a resident or faculty member, who will return with the student to perform a second, comprehensive examination. The resident or faculty member will discuss all of the findings with you. Working together with ...
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The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cleared Organogenesis cell-based product, Gintuit. Gintuit containing human fibroblasts, keratinocytes, human extracellular matrix, proteins and bovine collagen produces various cytokines and growth factors, signals which allow cells to communicate with each other, thus facilitating in healing and regeneration of tissue.. The FDA approval was based on a multi-center, randomized, pivotal clinical trial which was designed to determine the efficacy and safety of Gintuit to regenerate oral soft tissue in patients with gingival recession.. The results demonstrated that Gintuit-treated sites generated a significant amount of keratinized oral soft tissue, while Gintuit-generated gum tissue better matched the color and texture of the patients surrounding tissue.. Gintuit was also considered to be safe and well tolerated.. Organogenesis president and CEO Geoff MacKay said Gintuit will help dental surgeons generate new gum tissue for their patients without ...
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Gingivectomy Definition Gingivectomy is periodontal surgery that removes and reforms diseased gum tissue or other gingival buildup related to serious underlying conditions.
First of all scaling (superficial cleaning) is performed with an Ultrasonic scaler. In the next sitting local anaesthesia is administered to the infected gum area by the periodontist . Diseased gum tissue is removed by making a small incision in the gum, and the remaining tissue is reshaped. Lasers can be used here very effectively. With Lasers one might not require local anesthesia. After the procedure, a putty-like substance (periodontal pack) is placed over the area to protect the gums during the healing process. WHY IS IT NECESSARY? (ADVANTAGES) ...
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Soft Tissue and General Surgery. Dr. Lawrence is experienced in all aspects of soft tissue surgery. Our surgical experience optimizes your pets chance of recovery ...
Our hospital is well-equipped to perform most minor and major surgical procedures from spays and neuters to more complicated emergency, orthopedic and soft tissue surgeries.. Prior to surgery, each patient receives a thorough physical examination to identify any existing medical conditions that might endanger your pets health. Because not all problems can be detected on examination, we also suggest preanesthetic blood & urine testing. These tests not only give us a more complete picture of your pets health, but also allow us to tailor an anesthetic regime that is specific for your pet.. We offer a wide variety of anesthetic protocols tailored to your pets individual needs. We use state-of-the-art anesthetic machines offering both isoflurane and sevoflurane anesthesia. Please discuss these options with our staff. We also utilize a variety of anesthetic monitoring devices including Doppler blood pressure monitors, respiratory monitors, and other cardiac monitoring equipment.. Pain management is ...
RCVS Recognised Specialist in Small Animal Surgery (Oncology). Nick qualified from Cambridge Vet School in 1997 and after two years in general practice returned to Cambridge as the Petsavers resident in soft tissue surgery and oncology. He then spent two years in soft tissue referral practice in the UK.. In 2005 he started a 12-month Fellowship in Surgical Oncology at the Animal Cancer Centre at Colorado State University and then joined the faculty at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, working in the oncology department as one of three surgical oncologists, becoming Head of Oncology in 2011.. Nick is an ACVS Founding Fellow in Surgical Oncology and was previously the president of the Veterinary Society of Surgical Oncology. He is a Diplomate of the European (2003) and American (2009) College of Veterinary Surgeons and is the only surgeon in the UK to have completed a Fellowship in Surgical Oncology. In line with this, he is the only vet in the UK to be awarded specialist ...
Our doctors perform routine spays and neuters as well as in-depth soft tissue surgeries. All patients are closely monitored before, during and after anesthesia. Our registered veterinary technicians monitor your pet before, during, and after surgery.. ...
Soft tissue surgery refers to any type of surgery for treatment of diseases which are not orthopaedic or neurologic. As such, it includes surgery of most organs, the stomach, intestines, liver, kidneys, bladder, lungs, heart, as well as surgery of other soft parts of the body, including skin, muscle, fat and so on ...
L+M Hospital uses advanced laproscopic procedures such as a colonoscopy in the treatment of colon cancer, hernia, and soft tissue surgeries, to speed up recovery.
We use the latest Dental Implants, LASER treatment procedures, Digital X rays, Rotary Endodontic machine available in the World today. These latest equipments enables us to provide you painless rootcanal treatment and soft tissue surgeries you desired of. ...
Idiopathic gingival fibromatosis (IGF) is a rare, genetically heterogeneous condition that is usually a part of syndrome or, rarely, an isolated disorder. It is characterized by a slowly progressive, non hemorrhagic, fibrous enlargement of keratinized gingiva which usually begins at the time of eruption of permanent dentition, however very few cases involving the primary teeth have been described in literature. Congenital gingival fibromatosis is very rare condition in which the gingival tissues become thickened and erupting teeth remain submerged beneath hyperplastic tissue masses. This case report discusses the rare case of congenital non syndromic idiopathic gingival fibromatosis in a two year old boy who reported with absence of teeth and incompetent lips. Gingivectomy was done using modified microdissection electrocautery needle to remove the excess gingival tissues. Excised tissue has been examined histologically. The patient was followed up for a period of one year and no recurrence was ...
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If You are Confused what to do your pet needs surgery or can be managed with other medical options or not call us to consult for experienced veterinarian at Avon Animal Hospital Soft tissue surgery includes surgeries not associated with bone. Examples of some soft tissue surgeries and their benefits are listed below.. Masses and Lumps;Probably the most common soft tissue surgery we perform is the removal of masses or lumps from animals. Most of these masses, once removed and tested, are benign (non-harmful); however, occasionally they are more serious. Early removal and accurate diagnosis of a tumour is necessary to improve the outcome in your pet, especially if the mass is cancerous.. Lacerations are also common in pets and suturing will reduce the chance of infection, improve healing time and reduce scarring. Please keep in mind that the sooner a wound is cared for the more likely it can be closed surgically with success.. Tearing in your pets eyes can mean an infection is present or it may ...
The oral cavity is an ideal place for microorganisms to grow. Many distinct bacterial groups live in the oral cavity, and some of these bacteria are considered to be part of the normal oral flora. Unfortunately, some of these common bacterial species can also be the cause of opportunistic infections (infections by species that are avirulent in healthy individuals but that can be fatal in patients with compromised immunity. It is important to be aware of the causes of common lesions found in the oral cavity so they can be properly diagnosed and treated. This basic-level course reviews the soft tissue lesions found in the oral cavity of adults and discusses their diagnosis and treatment. Common problems include inflammatory and infectious processes, degenerative processes, and abnormal growths ...
Our surgical suite is fully equipped with the most up to date and modern furnishings, instruments and machinery. This includes anaesthetic machines, hospital standard surgery tables, theatre lights, a warming cocoon, a suction unit, a cautery unit, fluid pumps and modern monitoring equipment which measures ECG, HR, oxygen, carbon dioxide, blood pressure and temperature.. Our surgery is a sterile area and we use sterilised instruments during surgery. These instruments are strictly maintained by our nurses.. We perform a large range of soft tissue and orthopaedic surgeries at the practice. These include, desexings, lump removals, intestinal surgeries, exploratory surgeries, stitch ups, caesareans, cruciate ligament repairs, patella surgeries, fracture repair and amputations.. All of our veterinarians perform surgery at the practice. Dr. Rachael Guthry has a special interest in soft tissue surgery and Dr. Emma Fields has a special interest in orthopaedics. She is often joined by Dr. Wing Tip Wong ...
Studies have observed injuries and musculoskeletal discomforts among surgeons in human medicine. It is likely that veterinary surgeons endure similar discomfort; however, limited work has been done in this domain. Therefore, this research aims to identify occupational risk factors affecting the upper extremities of leading and assisting surgeons in orthopedic and soft tissue small animal surgeries. As a result, we aim to reduce surgeon injuries by assessing the surgical environment in veterinary care. To collect objective metrics, inertial measurement units (IMUs), heart rate monitors, and Electromyography (EMG) sensors are used. In addition, surveys are used to evaluate perceived pain before and after surgery and the workload of the task. In total, 5 participants were studied over 26 surgeries. Postoperatively, neck discomfort was most commonly recorded. Neck discomfort was reported in two-thirds of the cases by of the orthopedic surgeons and over one-third of the soft tissue surgeries. Average
Soft tissue surgeries (non-abdominal procedures) offered at Alpine Animal Hospital include removal of skin growths and soft tissue tumors. There are multiple types of skin growths in dogs, some of which are benign, whereas some are malignant.. Pre-operative testing of skin and subcutaneous growths with needle biopsy is recommended prior to surgical planning. This is because some types of tumors dictate wider margins of resection than others.. We also recommend submitting any removed tissues for biopsy reporting. Biopsy provides a complete picture of tumor type and behavior and allows us to determine if the surgical margins are clear of cancer cells.. ...
This program is designed to provide the resident with an academic and clinical education that allows for progressively responsible patient care as the resident advances through the five years of training.. By the end of the PGY-2 year, the otolaryngology resident should be able to perform the following under supervision of attendings and senior residents: a comprehensive history and physical examination for evaluation of patients presenting with complaints referable to the head and neck region and order appropriate laboratories and radiographs; soft tissue surgery; endoscopies; septoplasties; simple mastoidectomies; antral surgery; minor oncologic surgery; and repair of maxillofacial injuries.. PGY-3 year residents form a broad based otologic foundation with experience in chronic ear surgery and neuro-otologic procedures, pediatric otolaryngology, facial plastic surgery, rhinology, and head and neck oncology. Demonstration of ability to teach medical students is expected.. PGY-4 year residents ...
In our small animal veterinary hospital, cats and dogs receive veterinary healthcare, including routine consultation, vaccination, specialist services (cardiology, dermatology, neurology, orthopedic, ophthalmology, oncology, nephro-urology, anesthesiology), imaging services (radiology, ultrasound), ethology, dentistry, surgery (soft tissue surgery, eye surgery, orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery), physical therapy and rehabilitation, pain management, inpatient care, clinical laboratory and pharmacy. In addition, exotic wildlife as well as endemic wild animals affected by building construction projects received veterinary care.. ...
West Lake Animal Hospital offers soft tissue surgery and orthopedics for dogs and cats in Kearns, Taylorsville and the surrounding areas.
The skilled veterinary surgeons at All Pets Veterinary Hospital have experience performing minor and major soft tissue surgeries. Call today!
Vermont Veterinary Surgical Center - veterinary practice and small animal surgical center in Colchester, Vermont specializing in soft tissue surgery, orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery, endodontics and selective orthodontics.
Our procedures include spay/neuter, dewclaw removal, and soft tissues surgeries. We prioritize your pets safety and comfort above all else.
The Veterinary Teaching Hospital, which opened in 1996, is one of the best equipped Veterinary Teaching Hospitals in the nation. The Veterinary Teaching Hospital provides full service care and offers a wide range of specialty services in oncology, cardiology, orthopedic and soft tissue surgery, internal medicine, dermatology, dentistry, and neurology. Each year, the hospital treats thousands of patients including companion animals, horses, livestock, and exotics. The Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences is committed to excellence in the diagnosis, treatment and management of animal health. Sophisticated diagnostic and treatment technologies are available including MRI, CT scan, ultrasound, endoscopy, arthroscopy and radiation therapy. Fourth-year professional veterinary students and postgraduate students (interns, residents, and graduate students) work together with clinical faculty and staff to diagnose and treat patients ...
The Veterinary Teaching Hospital, which opened in 1996, is one of the best equipped Veterinary Teaching Hospitals in the nation. The Veterinary Teaching Hospital provides full service care and offers a wide range of specialty services in oncology, cardiology, orthopedic and soft tissue surgery, internal medicine, dermatology, dentistry, and neurology. Each year, the hospital treats thousands of patients including companion animals, horses, livestock, and exotics. The Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences is committed to excellence in the diagnosis, treatment and management of animal health. Sophisticated diagnostic and treatment technologies are available including MRI, CT scan, ultrasound, endoscopy, arthroscopy and radiation therapy. Fourth-year professional veterinary students and postgraduate students (interns, residents, and graduate students) work together with clinical faculty and staff to diagnose and treat patients ...
Martin Noel Galgani Fitzpatrick (born 13 December 1967) is a specialist neuro-orthopaedic Irish veterinary surgeon best known for his work in small animal practice. Originally from Ireland, he moved to Guildford, Surrey in 1993, where he is director and managing clinician at Fitzpatrick Referrals, one of the largest independent veterinary referral centres in the UK,[dubious - discuss] with two hospitals specialising in Orthopaedics and Neurosurgery in Eashing, Surrey and one in oncology and Soft Tissue Surgery, Guildford, Surrey He is also director of the Fitzpatrick Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Centre, Fitzbionics biomedical engineering and FitzRegen regenerative medicine. He has developed more than 30 new techniques including several world-firsts in veterinary orthopaedics and neurosurgery. Fitzpatrick obtained his Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine from University College, Dublin in 1990. In November 2014, he was awarded the UCD Alumni Award for veterinary medicine. He was awarded an ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Resolution of abfraction-Associated gingival fenestration utilizing connective tissue grafting. AU - Haskell, Braydon. AU - Stern, J. Kobi. AU - Ghiassi, Jordan. AU - Kurialacherry, Andrew. AU - Gaud-Quintana, Sadja. AU - Peacock, Mark E.. PY - 2019/1/1. Y1 - 2019/1/1. N2 - Introduction. Gingival fenestration (GF) is a distinct clinical entity of uncertain etiology that is seldom documented in the literature. It has been associated mainly with submucosal mechanical irritants such as calculus that subsequently create an opening in the oral soft tissue, usually at facial anterior sites. Surgical correction may be indicated to address functional and/or esthetic concerns. Case Presentation. The patient, a 74-year-old male, presented to the clinic with a chief complaint of something is poking through my gum. Clinical exam revealed a gingival fenestration on the facial of tooth #11, associated with what appeared to be a pronounced noncarious cervical lesion (NCCL). Surgical treatment ...
Gingivectomy re nes dental esthetics by correcting gingival margins and improving dental crown forms to enhance outcomes for orthodontic and interdisciplinary treatment. The predictability of a gingival revision depends on preoperative planning, which is based on a thorough understanding of the form and function of a healthy periodontium. The epithelial attachment (EA) is composed of three periodontal tissues: sulcus depth (SD) of marginal gingiva, connective tissue attachment (CTA), and junctional epithelium (JE). The combination of two anatomical tissues (CTA and JE) is de ned as the biologic or biological width. It is the physical barrier that protects sterile internal tissues from the microbes of the oral cavity. The tissues of the biological width are bordered and protected by an immunologic buffer zone (SD). In effect, all three tissues (SD, CTA, JE) function together as a biological zone, which is an essential physiologic barrier between the oral cavity and alveolar bone. The biological ...
There are a number of treatment options to correct a gummy smile, though these options depend on the root cause.. Gingivectomy - Removing excess gum tissue. This method lengthens the crown (the visible white portion of the tooth) by removing excess gingiva. The gum line is also contoured, taking it higher into the mouth. The procedure is performed under anesthesia by a periodontist or a dental surgeon. It is one of the most common ways of correcting a gummy smile. Botulinum toxin - Botox injection. If the gummy smile occurs because of an overactive upper lip muscle, Botox injections are an effective and non-surgical treatment. Botox is injected into the muscles of the upper lip in small doses to reduce its movement. It is not a permanent treatment and patients must receive injections every 6-12 months to retain results. Orthodontic treatment. If the gummy smile is caused due to a misshapen or overgrown jawbone, surgery is the best option for achieving results. A surgeon may use orthodontic ...
Bad breath is usually caused by the presence of oral bacteria. It is the bacterias waste that has an effect on the quality of a persons breath. The variables are dependent on the numbers of oral bacteria, the conditions which promote the growth of bacteria, and the unclean areas where bacteria reside.. Certain foods like garlic and onions cause bad breath, which is annoying but not a chronic problem. Bad breath caused by the consumption of certain foods will resolve on its own in a day or so as your body completes the process of breaking down these foods. Smokers breath is directly related to the tar, nicotine, and other foul smelling sub-stances derived from tobaccos smoke that accumulates on a persons teeth and oral soft tissues (tongue, cheeks, and gums). There is no effective way to totally eliminate smokers breath. (except quit!). Decreased moisture in the mouth limits the washing and buffering effects of saliva on oral bacteria and their waste products, and helps produce xerostomia, ...
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Laser dentistry has truly removed recently due to the several benefits the brand new technology offers both patients and dentists. Procedures now take a shorter period which enables for additional patients to appear during the day. The procedures tend to be more precise and patients take advantage of faster recovery occasions and fewer discomfort. A verbal laser has become essential for many orthodontists. You can use it in lots of orthodontic procedures which is especially useful for soft tissue therapy and treatment. Here are the clinical applications that you can do within an orthodontic procedure having a dental laser diode.. · Operculum removal - - Removing operculum tissue that may cover partly erupted molars. · Frenectomoy - - Taking out the frenulum thats mounted on tissue between two teeth (A frenulum is really a small fold of tissue). · Gingivectomy of hypertrophic tissue - - Removing excess or inflamed tissue that induce discomfort or discomfort if your patient has braces. · ...
The earlier, the better - if a Periodontal Disease can be detected early enough, it will be easier to treat. Do not hesitate to make an appointment with a periodontal specialist as soon as you feel the first symptoms.. What treatment options are available?. A periodontal office should use surgical and non-surgical procedures. Non-surgical treatments include curettage and root resurfacing, which is a deep cleansing procedure performed under anesthesia. During this procedure, the dentist will remove the plaque and calculus that has formed above and on the edge of the gums.. He or she will then smooth out and eliminate the rough areas present on the roots. The gums benefit from a perfectly clean surface and will help to hold the teeth in place better than before. In the most complex cases, the dentist may perform gum restoration surgery and oral support structuring procedures. For example, they may perform a gingivectomy, pocket reduction surgery, soft tissue grafts, bone grafts or guided ...
A gingivectomy treatment can be used to treat a number of issues, from cosmetic crown lengthening to pocket reduction for gingivitis.
By Alfred J. Plechner, D.V.M. What is a gingival flare or gingival hyperplasia (stomatitis)? A gingival inflammation is a syndrome that I have found
This is male vore, so really not my thing, but Im including it here because the quality of this video (realistic animation) is astounding. It shows a man swallowing a shrunken woman and follows her all the way through digestion, in rather gory detail. Its so well done that I was able to overcome my distate for the type of vore and for the gender of the pred, and appreciate it as the outstanding work that it is. M/f, human/human, shrunken prey, oral soft vore, non-consensual, explicit and gory full digestion. This is the initial comment that I left in the thread: Wow! In terms of quality as a film, its fantastic! The details, the transitions between scenes, the sound and camera effects, the contrast between his behaviour and what shes going through... Youre not just showing us the basics of a digestive process; youre building a story, drawing us into a scene, involving us emotionally. (Such as when we see her underwear in her liquified remains, and we have a flashback to what she was ...
Gingival fibromatosis is a progressive enlargement of the gingiva. It may hinder oral cavity hygiene and result in underlying bone loss. The long-term benefits ...
Gingivectomy • Gingivitis • Giovanni Battista Orsenigo • Glandular odontogenic cyst • Glasgow Dental Hospital and School • ...
A gum lift (also known as gingivectomy) is a cosmetic dental procedure that raises and sculpts the gum line. This procedure ... 2019). Gingivectomy , Lasers in Dentistry: Minimally Invasive Instruments for the Modern Practice , CE Course , dentalcare.com ... Dental lasers are being increasingly used, and gingivectomy is the most common procedure performed with dental lasers. All ... Thakkar, P. (2019). Gingivectomy. [online] Slideshare.net. Available at: https://www.slideshare.net/PARTHPMT/gingivectomy [ ...
Gingivectomy is the removal of gums. Glossectomy is the removal of part or all of the tongue. Gonadectomy is the removal of the ...
Gingivectomy, clinical aspects of a gingival condition of the gums; surgical technique used in performing a gingivectomy (16 ...
... is similar to gingivectomy but with a different objective. This is a procedure performed to eliminate periodontal ...
Researchers approached this issue with periodontics - a partial gingivectomy and flap surgery. This case study concluded that ... Removal of excess tissue under anesthesia through an internal bevel gingivectomy or undisplaced flap followed by gingivoplasty ...
Examples: gingivectomy, gingivoplasty, tooth extraction sockets, poorly reduced fractures, burns, severe lacerations, pressure ...
Some methods used to eliminate or reduce this pigmentation include gingivectomy, laser therapy and cryosurgery. There are pros ...
Treatment option include orthodontics, surgery (gingivectomy), botulinum toxin A injections, and micro-autologous fat ...
However, in certain situations, a gingivectomy is necessary to reduce the gingival pocket depths to a healthy 1-3 mm. As the ...
... studies have also shown that anabolic steroids are also closely associated with gingival enlargement requiring a gingivectomy ...
The CO2 laser is used in oral and dental surgery for virtually all soft-tissue procedures, such as gingivectomies, ...
... such as gingivectomy, periodontal sulcular debridement, LANAP, frenectomy, biopsy, and coagulation of graft donor sites. The Nd ...
Nd:YAG dental lasers are used for soft tissue surgeries in the oral cavity, such as gingivectomy, periodontal sulcular ...
... gingivectomy neither adding nor removing dental materials, tooth structure, or gums - examples: teeth whitening (bleaching), ...
... he also improved the way the amalgams were made and was the first physician to do gingivectomy on his patients when required. ...
... gingivectomy MeSH E04.545.355 - gingivoplasty MeSH E04.545.380 - glossectomy MeSH E04.545.440 - jaw fixation techniques MeSH ...
... gingivectomy MeSH E06.645.355 - gingivoplasty MeSH E06.645.380 - glossectomy MeSH E06.645.440 - jaw fixation techniques MeSH ... gingivectomy MeSH E06.721.384 - gingivoplasty MeSH E06.721.485 - guided tissue regeneration, periodontal MeSH E06.721.595 - ...
Gingivectomy Apically repositioned flap (APF) surgery Apically repositioned flap (APF) with osseous reduction (osteoplasty/ ...
... most often with a procedure known as gingivectomy. In DIGO, improved oral hygiene and plaque control is still important to help ...
A common aesthetic reason for gingivectomy is a gummy smile due to gingival overgrowth. Gingivectomy is the primary treatment ... Gingivectomy is a dental procedure in which a dentist or oral surgeon cuts away part of the gums in the mouth (the gingiva). It ... A gingivectomy can also be done to increase the clinical crown height of teeth. This is suitable in treatment planning for ... Gingivectomy can be performed by various techniques. To reduce post-operative pain for the patient, the surgery should be as ...
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... is a dental procedure that recontours or scalpels the gingival tissue to improve long term dental health or ... Pick, Robert M.; Pecaro, Bernard C.; Silberman, Charles J. (1985-08-01). "The Laser Gingivectomy: The Use of the CO2 Laser for ... "Combined treatment approach of gingivectomy and CO2 laser for cyclosporine-induced gingival overgrowth". www.quintpub.com. ...
Gingivectomy. *Guided bone regeneration. *Guided tissue regeneration. *Enamel matrix derivative. *Implant placement ...
Gingivectomy. *Guided bone regeneration. *Guided tissue regeneration. *Enamel matrix derivative. *Implant placement ...
Gingivectomy. *Guided bone regeneration. *Guided tissue regeneration. *Enamel matrix derivative. *Implant placement ...
Gingivectomy. *Guided bone regeneration. *Guided tissue regeneration. *Enamel matrix derivative. *Implant placement ...
Gingivectomy · Glossectomy · Esophagectomy · Gastrectomy · Appendectomy · Proctocolectomy · Colectomy · Hepatectomy · ...
A common aesthetic reason for gingivectomy is a gummy smile due to gingival overgrowth. Gingivectomy is the primary treatment ... Gingivectomy is a dental procedure in which a dentist or oral surgeon cuts away part of the gums in the mouth (the gingiva). It ... A gingivectomy can also be done to increase the clinical crown height of teeth. This is suitable in treatment planning for ... Gingivectomy can be performed by various techniques. To reduce post-operative pain for the patient, the surgery should be as ...
Laser gingivectomy is a dental procedure that recontours or scalpels the gingival tissue to improve long term dental health or ... Pick, Robert M.; Pecaro, Bernard C.; Silberman, Charles J. (1985-08-01). "The Laser Gingivectomy: The Use of the CO2 Laser for ... "Combined treatment approach of gingivectomy and CO2 laser for cyclosporine-induced gingival overgrowth". www.quintpub.com. ...
A gingivectomy may be performed to heal the effects of periodontal disease or to correct a gum condition involving the ... How Is a Gingivectomy Performed?. Surgeries are completed with a surgical scalpel; however, in some instances a low-frequency ... What Care Is Required Post-Gingivectomy?. Most patients can return to a normal oral care regimen in less than a month after the ... A gingivoplasty is different than a gingivectomy as the former only involves a partial removal of the gums (plasty). The latter ...
"Gingivectomy" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicines controlled vocabulary thesaurus, MeSH (Medical Subject ... Below are MeSH descriptors whose meaning is more general than "Gingivectomy".. *Analytical, Diagnostic and Therapeutic ... This graph shows the total number of publications written about "Gingivectomy" by people in Harvard Catalyst Profiles by year, ... Below are the most recent publications written about "Gingivectomy" by people in Profiles. ...
A Comparative Evaluation for Biologic Width following Surgical Crown Lengthening Using Gingivectomy and Ostectomy Procedure. ...
Gingivectomy is a type of a dental surgery that removes the gum tissue damaged due to gingival buildup or any other gum disease ...
David Pumphrey of Pumphrey Periodontics in Atlanta explains that a gingivectomy can prevent plaque and tartar buildup and stop ... Gingivectomy. When severe gum disease or periodontitis cannot be fully treated with scaling and root planning, a gingivectomy ... A gingivectomy reshapes loose, diseased gum tissue to remove pockets between the gums and teeth. The procedure enables more ...
Definition Gingivectomy is periodontal surgery that removes and reforms diseased gum tissue or other gingival buildup related ... Gingivectomy. Definition. Gingivectomy is periodontal surgery that removes and reforms diseased gum tissue or other gingival ... McKenzie, Nancy "Gingivectomy ." Gale Encyclopedia of Surgery: A Guide for Patients and Caregivers . . Encyclopedia.com. 22 Feb ... gingivectomy (jin-ji-vek-tŏmi) n. the surgical removal of excess gum tissue. It is a specific procedure of periodontal surgery. ...
... WHAT IS GINGIVECTOMY?. Gingivectomy is the procedure to trim abnormally enlarged gums (gingiva). This procedure ... Gingivectomies are frequently performed using LASERS to cauterize away the undesired gum tissue without pain and bleeding ... is usually done by a periodontist (Gum specialist). Gingivectomy may also be done in order to achieve a more aesthetic ...
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Combating Gum Disease With Gingivectomy. What Is Gingivectomy Surgery?. A gingivectomy is a procedure to remove a portion of ... Preston If Gingivectomy Is Right For you. If you struggle with overgrown gum tissue or gum disease, a gingivectomy might be the ... How Are Gingivectomies Performed?. These surgeries are typically completed with a surgical scalpel, though in some cases a low- ...
Gingivectomy page. Contact LaBell Dentistry today at (425) 402-1246 or visit our office servicing Woodinville, Washington ... Before Gingivectomy After Gingivectomy. This patient underwent orthodontic tooth straightening to improve the appearance of her ... A gingivectomy procedure was used to remove some of the gum tissue from the gum line making the teeth look longer and improving ... Esthetic Tooth Lengthening - Gingivectomy. Crown or tooth lengthening is completed to improve the esthetic appearance of the ...
One of the common reasons for a gingivectomy is the threat of gum disease. If infection in the gums has caused... read more » ... Formally referred to as a gingivectomy, crown lengthening is a versatile periodontal procedure used to correct a number of ...
Why Get a Gingivectomy. A gingivectomy is usually performed to change or get rid of the microbial factors that create gum ... A gingivectomy is a procedure that removes loose, diseased gum tissue (called gingiva) to get rid of any pockets that formed ... In fact, a gingivectomy is the most common procedure performed with dental lasers. The procedure itself can take anywhere from ... Usually, a gingivectomy only requires local anesthesia to numb your gums. Before the procedure, your dentist or oral surgeon ...
Gingivectomy pelo electrosurgery. Gingivectomy é executado com a ajuda dos eléctrodos da agulha. Contudo, o uso do ... Gingivectomy usando produtos químicos. Gingivectomy é executado usando determinados produtos químicos tais como o hidróxido de ... Laser Gingivectomy. Os lasers os mais de uso geral na odontologia são dióxido e neodímio de carbono: grandada de alumínio de ... Gingivectomy. Este procedimento remove o gingiva. Quando o gingiva é extirpado, permite a visibilidade e o acesso necessários ...
A gingivectomy is performed on a patient with severe periodontal disease. Call Dr. John Borello in Glen Ellyn, IL to assess ... Gingivectomy in Glen Ellyn, IL A gingivectomy is usually performed when a patient has severe periodontal or gum disease that ... What Is A Gingivectomy? Gingivectomies removes and reshapes loose gum tissue and reduces pocket depth between the teeth and ... Gingivectomies are performed to remove and reshape loose, diseased gum tissue, and to reduce the depth of pockets between the ...
A gingivectomy is usually performed when a patient has severe periodontal disease that cannot be cured with scaling and root ... Gingivectomies are performed to remove and reshape this loose gum tissue and to reduce the depth of pockets between the teeth ... A gingivectomy is usually performed when a patient has severe periodontal disease that cannot be cured with scaling and root ...
Periodontal and Dental Implant Associates of Middle TN include Frecectomies and Gingivectomies among their services. Call our ... Gingivectomy. If we need to remove a significant amount of infected or damaged gum tissue due to gum disease, we will perform a ... We can also perform a gingivectomy if you have an excessive amount of gum tissue around the teeth which causes a gummy smile ... We perform frenectomies, gingivectomies, and gum grafts using innovative techniques and dental lasers. Our experienced team ...
Several reasons for Gingivectomy, gum surgery, with Loveland Periodontists, including cosmetic, or bone and gum health. Contact ... A gingivectomy is a periodontal procedure that eliminates excess gum tissue. The term gingivectomy is derived from Latin: ... Gingivectomy Procedure. We first will anesthetize the area(s) to be treated. The excess of gum tissue is removed either with a ... Gingivectomy , Loveland, CO. The gum tissue can be very thick and large covering the tooth surface making the teeth look short ...
A gingivectomy is usually performed when a patient has severe periodontal disease that cannot be cured with scaling and root ... A gingivectomy is usually performed to remove and reshape loose, diseased gum tissue and to reduce the depth of pockets between ...
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Gingivectomy is the removal of gums via surgery. When our gums are more than usual in amount or diseased, a dentist cuts off ... Can we avoid gingivectomy?. If you can prevent periodontitis, then there will be no need for gingivectomy. The only way to nip ... Swelling after a gingivectomy is very common. You can apply an ice pack for 30 minutes following the gingivectomy. (3) ... What is Gingivectomy?. Gingivectomy, as the term suggests, is the removal of gums (Gingiva- Gums, Otomy- Removal). When our ...
A gingivectomy is necessary when the gums have pulled away from the teeth, creating deep pockets. The pockets make it hard to ... Gingivectomy is usually done before gum disease has damaged the bone supporting your teeth. The procedure involves removing and ... If you maintain good dental care after surgery, a gingivectomy is likely to stop gum disease. ...
... performs a LightScalpel CO2 laser gingivectomy prior to a crown prep. Dr. Sutter uses the... Watch this video now! ... Gingivectomy for Crown Prep - Ben Sutter, DMD. Watch as Ben A. Sutter, DMD, FAGD, FICCMO, LVIF, DABLS, performs a LightScalpel ... gingivectomy and troughing). Dr. Sutter notes the absence of bleeding during the procedure. Benefits of LightScalpel CO2 laser ... CO2 laser gingivectomy prior to a crown prep. Dr. Sutter uses the LightScalpel laser to uncover the tooth fracture that ...
... pocket reduction surgery or gingivectomy to remove disease-causing bacteria is provided by Comfort Dental in Myrtle Beach SC. ... Osseous surgery, sometimes referred to as pocket reduction surgery or gingivectomy, includes a number of different surgeries ...
Reduce your gummy smile with a gingivectomy performed by Jay S. Fishbein, D.M.D. and in Bellmore, Wantagh, Massapequa, Merrick ... A gingivectomy is a periodontal procedure that eliminates excess gum tissue. The term gingivectomy is derived from Latin: ... Gingivectomy. The gum tissue can be very thick and large covering the tooth surface making the teeth look short. This can ... The following are some reasons a gingivectomy might be needed:. Cosmetics: To make the teeth look normal in size when the gum ...
Westbrook performs a Gingivectomy to eliminate excess gum tissue for cosmetic, functional and health related reasons for ... A gingivectomy is a periodontal procedure that eliminates excess gum tissue. The term "gingivectomy" is derived from Latin: ... Gingivectomy. The gum tissue can be very thick and large covering the tooth surface making the teeth look short. This can ... The following are some reasons a gingivectomy might be needed:. Cosmetics: To make the teeth look normal in size when the gum ...
Gingivectomy, Gingivoplasty in Tamil Nadu, India at Adarsh Dental Clinic at affordable Gum surgery cost to regain the normal ... 3. Gingivectomy: This surgery is recommended when excess gum tissue is to be removed. The periodontist will numb the gum tissue ...
... The Cambridge Dental Hub open 7 days a week 0% finance ... Gingivectomy In Cambridge. Gingivectomy is the surgical removal of gingiva (i.e., gum tissue). A Gingivectomy is necessary when ... Gingivectomy is usually done before gum disease has damaged the bone supporting the teeth. The procedure involves removing and ... Although Gingivectomy was initially developed to treat periodontal disease, it is now a common Cosmetic Surgery, also. It is ...
Indications for lasers include hemostasis, sulcular debridement, gingivectomy, implant recovery, excisional/incisional biopsies ...
  • A gingivoplasty is different than a gingivectomy as the former only involves a partial removal of the gums (plasty). (colgate.com)
  • Gingivectomy and Gingivoplasty in Cambridge at The Cambridge Dental Hub. (cambridgedentalhub.co.uk)
  • In orthodontics, various intraoral soft tissues surgical procedures may be required frequently, e.g. gingivectomy, gingivoplasty, fraenectomy, exposure of unerupted/ impacted/ partially erupted teeth. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • Periodontal Surgery Techniques ( Gingivectomy, Gingivoplasty- Flap). (neu.edu.tr)
  • Gingivectomy is a type of a dental surgery that removes the gum tissue damaged due to gingival buildup or any other gum disease. (tourmyindia.com)
  • Gingivectomy is periodontal surgery that removes and reforms diseased gum tissue or other gingival buildup related to serious underlying conditions. (encyclopedia.com)
  • Surgery required beyond gingivectomy involves the regeneration of attachment structures through tissue and bone grafts. (encyclopedia.com)
  • What Is Gingivectomy Surgery? (vprestondental.com)
  • Gingivectomy is also called Periodontal Flap surgery because this surgery aims at eliminating periodontitis and deep gum or periodontal pockets. (stemjar.com)
  • Periodontitis can only be treated with Gingivectomy or Periodontal flap surgery. (stemjar.com)
  • If you maintain good dental care after surgery, a gingivectomy is likely to stop gum disease. (drbarbaruolo.com)
  • Osseous surgery , sometimes referred to as pocket reduction surgery or gingivectomy , includes a number of different surgeries aimed at gaining access to the tooth roots to more effectively remove tartar and disease-causing bacteria. (comfortdentalmyrtlebeach.com)
  • Although Gingivectomy was initially developed to treat periodontal disease, it is now a common Cosmetic Surgery, also. (cambridgedentalhub.co.uk)
  • Gingivectomy is a form of gum surgery. (millerperio.com)
  • A gingivectomy is a type of minor surgery that involves the removal of a small amount of gum tissue around a tooth or teeth. (millerperio.com)
  • Gingivectomies should only be used in cases of gingival hyperplasia where there is an overgrowth of tissue or when mucogingival surgery to preserve the attached gingiva is not practical. (veterinarypartner.com)
  • Gingivectomy is a dental procedure in which a dentist or oral surgeon cuts away part of the gums in the mouth (the gingiva). (wikipedia.org)
  • Gingivectomy is the procedure to trim abnormally enlarged gums (gingiva). (dentalpulse.in)
  • A gingivectomy is a procedure that removes loose, diseased gum tissue (called gingiva) to get rid of any pockets that formed between your teeth and gum. (cosmeticdentistrynearme.com)
  • Este procedimento cirúrgico é apenas como um gingivectomy, contudo, seu alvo principal não é tratar os bolsos mas remodelar o gingiva e trazê-lo de volta à posição original em caso da retirada gengival. (news-medical.net)
  • Gingivectomy, as the term suggests, is the removal of gums (Gingiva- Gums, Otomy- Removal). (stemjar.com)
  • Gingivectomy is the surgical removal of gingiva (i.e., gum tissue). (cambridgedentalhub.co.uk)
  • A gingivectomy involves the total removal of a portion of the gum - on gingiva - from around the teeth. (cooleysmileseverett.com)
  • Unfortunately, part of the important attached gingiva is sacrificed in the gingivectomy procedure. (veterinarypartner.com)
  • What is gingivectomy: The term gingivectomy means excision of gingiva (Gingiva means the gum, which is the area around the root of a gingiva is. (tauchen24.info)
  • Oral hygiene maintain and periodontal pack replacement: Advertisement The term gingivectomy means excision of gingiva Gingiva means the gum, which is the area around the root of a tooth. (tauchen24.info)
  • A gingivectomy reshapes loose, diseased gum tissue to remove pockets between the gums and teeth. (pumphreyperio.com)
  • Gingivectomy cures bleeding gums. (dentalpulse.in)
  • Usually, a gingivectomy only requires local anesthesia to numb your gums. (cosmeticdentistrynearme.com)
  • Gingivectomies removes and reshapes loose gum tissue and reduces pocket depth between the teeth and gums. (johnborellodds.com)
  • Gingivectomies are performed to remove and reshape loose, diseased gum tissue, and to reduce the depth of pockets between the teeth and gums. (johnborellodds.com)
  • Gingivectomy also makes your smile better by reducing enlarged gums in some cases. (stemjar.com)
  • A gingivectomy is necessary when the gums have pulled away from the teeth, creating deep pockets. (drbarbaruolo.com)
  • Gingivectomy to get rid of the pockets between the teeth and gums where plaque can build up. (webmd.com)
  • A gingivectomy is a procedure to remove a portion of the gum tissue from around a tooth or teeth. (vprestondental.com)
  • By removing the pocket walls a gingivectomy provides a dentist with visibility and accessibility for complete calculus removal and a thorough smoothing of the tooth roots. (cosmeticdentistrynearme.com)
  • Dr. Sutter uses the LightScalpel laser to uncover the tooth fracture that extended below the gum line, expose sound tooth structure and allow a crown to be placed (gingivectomy and troughing). (lightscalpel.com)
  • By removing the pocket walls, Gingivectomy provides visibility and accessibility to remove calculus and thoroughly smooth the tooth roots. (cambridgedentalhub.co.uk)
  • The clinical objective was to restore the tooth while performing a gingivectomy to access and remove the substantial subgingival decay. (drbicuspid.com)
  • Tooth No. 8 after the gingivectomy but before final restoration. (drbicuspid.com)
  • If you have gum disease that persists even after conventional therapy has been provided, your doctor may recommend a gingivectomy. (johnborellodds.com)
  • If you are living with gum disease, your dentist may recommend a gingivectomy to heal the damage. (cooleysmileseverett.com)
  • We perform frenectomies, gingivectomies, and gum grafts using innovative techniques and dental lasers. (tnperio.com)
  • In fact, a gingivectomy is the most common procedure performed with dental lasers. (cosmeticdentistrynearme.com)
  • Post new comment Your name: While most gingivectomies are usually performed with a scalpel, they can also be performed using electrosurgery units, diamond burrs, and lasers. (tauchen24.info)
  • Gingivectomy is the primary treatment method available in reducing the pocket depths of patients with periodontitis and suprabony pockets. (wikipedia.org)
  • In a retrospective comparison between different treatment approach to periodontitis management based on the initial and final gingival health, conventional gingivectomy was proven to be more successful in reducing pocket depths and inflammation compared to non-surgical treatments in pockets measured 3mm or more. (wikipedia.org)
  • When severe gum disease or periodontitis cannot be fully treated with scaling and root planning, a gingivectomy may be the recommended course of treatment. (pumphreyperio.com)
  • You will need gingivectomy once the gum disease progresses to periodontitis. (stemjar.com)
  • A common aesthetic reason for gingivectomy is a gummy smile due to gingival overgrowth. (wikipedia.org)
  • Gingivectomy reduces diseased gum tissue and improves your overall gum health. (stemjar.com)
  • For each patient , the mandibular premolar molar regions were selected randomly, so that, one quadrant was treated with scaling and root planing followed by surgical gingivectomy and the contrary quadrant treated with scaling and root planing alone, in trial to alter the RPP progression, through changing the environmental condition of the causative bacteria . (bvsalud.org)
  • Gingival recontouring or aesthetic gingivectomy is a small operation that is performed under local anesthesia. (usinadaspalavras.com)
  • By removing the pocket wall, gingivectomy provides visibility and accessibility for complete calculus removal and thorough smoothing of the roots, creating a favourable environment for gingival healing and restoration of a physiologic gingival contour. (wikipedia.org)
  • Gingivectomy by diode laser may become an effective adjunctive treatment in orthodontic practice. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • The null hypothesis: diode laser gingivectomy is not effective in gingival enlargement related to orthodontic treatment. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • A gingivectomy may be performed to heal the effects of periodontal disease or to correct a gum condition involving the structures around the teeth. (colgate.com)
  • A gingivectomy is usually performed when a patient has severe periodontal disease that cannot be cured with scaling and root planing or other periodontal procedures or to remove excess gum tissue related to gum overgrowth due to certain medications. (cook-perio.com)
  • A gingivectomy can help your mouth to heal from periodontal disease. (cooleysmileseverett.com)
  • Call Holling & Riggs Periodontics Phone Number 970.669.7300 for more information about Gingivectomy or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Holling or Dr. Riggs in Loveland. (norcoimplantsperio.com)
  • The course content includes gingivectomy gingivoplasti, gingivectomy by electrosurgery, laser gingivectomy, gingivectomy by chemosurgery. (neu.edu.tr)
  • It may involve removal only of excess gum tissue using a gingivectomy procedure, or might require recontouring of the bone as in a conventional crown lengthening procedure. (woodinvilleperio.com)
  • Gingivectomy: Surgical removal of the overgrown gingival. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • Gingivectomy is the removal of an overgrown gum edge, which forms periodontal pockets. (prlog.org)
  • If earlier procedures like scaling and root planing cannot restore the gum tissue to a healthy, firm state and pocket depth is still sufficient to warrant treatment, a gingivectomy is indicated. (encyclopedia.com)
  • A gingivectomy is usually performed when a patient has severe periodontal or gum disease that has not responded well to scaling and root planing or other periodontal procedures and is a procedure that is typically provided by a doctor. (johnborellodds.com)
  • Subsequent gingivectomy improved the patient's gingival margins and smile esthetics one month after orthodontic therapy. (hindawi.com)
  • A gingivectomy is a periodontal procedure that eliminates excess gum tissue. (norcoimplantsperio.com)
  • The procedure that removes excess gum tissue covering our teeth is Gingivectomy. (stemjar.com)
  • Traditionally, gingivectomy was performed using scalpel under local infiltration. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • The extensive overgrowth of gingival tissue is usually treated with a gingivectomy, as it produces good aesthetic results. (wikipedia.org)
  • Gingivectomy may also be done in order to achieve a more aesthetic appearance and/or functional contour. (dentalpulse.in)
  • Gingivectomy can be considered as one method to make esthetic restoration possible. (bvsalud.org)
  • In cases of gingival enlargement induced by drugs, surgical treatment through a gingivectomy proved to be effective with most patients showing no clinical sign of recurrence after one year. (wikipedia.org)
  • Gingivectomies are typically performed after other treatment options have been explored. (johnborellodds.com)
  • At one time gingivectomy was the treatment of choice to eliminate pocket depth and allow exposure of the root surface for cleaning. (veterinarypartner.com)
  • Similar to subgingival crevices margins, gingivectomy to increase the crown height can be performed to provide better aesthetics and normal gingival architecture. (wikipedia.org)
  • Formore chronic gingival conditions, gingivectomy is utilized after other nonsurgical methods have been tried, and before gum disease has advanced enough to jeopardize the ligaments and bone supporting the teeth. (encyclopedia.com)
  • If you struggle with overgrown gum tissue or gum disease, a gingivectomy might be the solution to get your oral health back where it should be. (vprestondental.com)
  • One of the common reasons for a gingivectomy is the threat of gum disease. (periodonticassociates.com)
  • A gingivectomy is usually performed to change or get rid of the microbial factors that create gum disease. (cosmeticdentistrynearme.com)
  • If we need to remove a significant amount of infected or damaged gum tissue due to gum disease, we will perform a gingivectomy. (tnperio.com)
  • Gum disease that shows deep gum pockets requires gingivectomy. (stemjar.com)
  • Gingivectomy is usually done before gum disease has damaged the bone supporting your teeth. (drbarbaruolo.com)
  • Gingivectomy is a surgical procedure by which a dentist removes diseased or enlarged gum tissue. (stemjar.com)
  • While it is important not to brush in the area where the procedure was performed for a short time following your gingivectomy, it may be possible to brush and floss the rest of the mouth. (johnborellodds.com)
  • Laser gingivectomy is a dental procedure that recontours or scalpels the gingival tissue to improve long term dental health or aesthetics. (wikipedia.org)
  • A gingivectomy procedure was used to remove some of the gum tissue from the gum line making the teeth look longer and improving the cosmetic appearance of the teeth. (woodinvilleperio.com)
  • Gingivectomy is done to decrease the pocket depth and remove some amount of diseased gum. (stemjar.com)
  • A gingivectomy can also be done to increase the clinical crown height of teeth. (wikipedia.org)
  • Formally referred to as a gingivectomy, crown lengthening is a versatile periodontal procedure used to correct a number of dental health problems affecting patients. (periodonticassociates.com)
  • Gingivectomy pode ser executado por escalpelos, por eléctrodos, por raios laser ou por produtos químicos. (news-medical.net)
  • Berylas 810nm 980nm Gingivectomy Dental Laser M. (ecvv.com)