Advanced Gum Treatment

Gums are roots.

If you have advanced periodontitis, you may need advanced gum treatment


If you have severe gum disease, you may need further treatment, such as periodontal surgery, Flap surgery (also called pocket reduction surgery). 
In most instances, gum disease could be cured in its very early stages; however, if it has advanced to periodontitis, it can only be treated and not be cured.


periodontal surgery,Flap surgery (also called pocket reduction surgery).

1. Consultations

Highly experienced dentists providing dental & oral treatment with advanced facilities for 100+ patients daily.

2. Check Up

Universal dental hospital provides you a keen and detailed checkup of your dental health with atmost advanced equipment.

3. Treatments

Dentist recommend the best surgery for you basing on your oral health.

4. Recovery

We promise you a very speed recovery and best result.

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A better day starts with a better smile.

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We have most experienced and certified doctors who are highly dedicated and determined.


We Follow Stringent Disinfection and Sterilization Protocols To Ensure Safe Dental Care.

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Frequently Ask Questions

If you have advanced periodontitis, you may need dental surgery, such as: Flap surgery, also called pocket reduction surgery. Your periodontist makes cuts in your gums to carefully fold back the tissue. This exposes the tooth roots for more effective scaling and root planing.
If you have severe gum disease, you may need further treatment, such as periodontal surgery. In some cases, it's necessary to remove the affected tooth. Your dentist will be able to tell you about the procedure needed and how it's carried out. If necessary, they can refer you to a specialist.
Periodontal Therapy Procedures
Periodontal therapy includes both surgical and non-surgical techniques to restore health to the tissues that support the teeth (gums and bone) and prevent tooth loss. They include: Scaling and Root Planing. These deep-cleaning techniques are the best starting point to control gum disease.

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