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Frenectomy – sometimes called a frenulectomy – is an oral surgery procedure that treats lip-tie or tongue-tie.

Gingival hyperplasia (overgrowth) is an oral condition that causes your gums to overgrow. In more severe cases, your gums can completely cover your teeth, making it difficult to maintain effective oral hygiene habits.

Oral fibromas, also known as “reactive hyperplasia”, are hard and smooth scar tissue. They are usually the same color as the inside of your mouth unless they have bled recently.

Oral herpes is an infection caused by the herpes simplex virus. The virus causes painful sores on your lips, gums, tongue, roof of your mouth, and inside your cheeks. It can also cause symptoms such as fever and muscle aches.

Gum recontouring is a procedure where your gumlines (margins) are adjusted against the tooth. It may be that tissues are interfering with restorative procedures or causing aesthetic concerns. Gum recontouring is used to lengthen the height of teeth for aesthetic appearance. It is also used to lengthen the height of teeth for an aesthetic appearance.

Advanced periodontitis is a severe stage of gum disease that’s caused by a bacterial infection that attacks the gum tissues and can lead to tooth loss when not treated in its early stages. When periodontitis is left untreated for an extended period, it can progress to advanced periodontitis, which can cause significant damage to the gums, teeth, and supporting bones. When traditional SCRP is not enough laser therapy can prevent tooth loss.

Biopsy is a procedure where a small piece of tissue is removed from an area so that it can be looked at closely under a microscope.

Apicoectomy is also known as root end surgery. This is because it involves the removal of a tooth’s root tip and surrounding tissue. It’s also called apical surgery, which refers to the “apex” or end of the tooth. It is normally performed when a root canal has failed.

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