Dental surgery with periodontics

Surgery in dentistry is mainly associated by patients with the removal of teeth. Nowadays, however, dental surgery makes it possible to maintain teeth affected by various pathological processes. At ADENTIS, we perform such surgical procedures as apical resection of dental roots and removal of cysts to save teeth! We also perform minor surgical procedures on soft tissues: gingival excision, correction of gum shape, overgrown frenulum, and a number of procedures to prepare and improve the results of prosthetic and orthodontic treatment.

We perform all surgical procedures painlessly under anesthesia.

Periodontal surgery is an important addition to the overall comprehensive treatment of periodontitis. Thanks to it, the chances of restoring teeth to their supporting tissues are opening up. Modern surgical treatment methods therefore avoid unnecessary tooth extractions and expand the possibilities of rehabilitating the masticatory organ.

Implant surgery deals with the treatment of bone defects using bone substitute or autogenous materials

  • Implant placement
  • Maxillary sinus floor lift
  • Controlled bone regeneration
  • Autograft
  • Reconstruction of the bone bed before implant placement
  • Maxillary sinus floor lift

Red aesthetics – the shaping of the gum line – is also one of the most important elements of smile aesthetics. The condition of the gums affects the color and shape of the veneers. In many cases, correction of the gum line is enough to achieve the aesthetic effect of your dreams.

Covering gingival recession (connective-tissue graft)

The process of gingival atrophy, or the receding of the gingiva at the neck of the tooth, is called gingival recession. Treatment involves transplanting the patient’s own tissue. It is a kind of autograft, so the chance of success of periodontal treatment is very high. A piece of mucous membrane is taken and the retracted gum is covered. The procedure is performed in a dental office . It is a common method of treatment in cases of periodontitis, or exposure of the necks of the teeth by abnormally developed frenulum : tongue, upper lip, lower lip. The cause of the recession must also be eliminated. If the cause was the frenulum it is absolutely necessary to undercut it.

Carlo de Giorgi cold electrosurgical knife (diathermy)


Kauter surgical knife

  • gingivectomy,
  • gingivoplasty,
  • frenulum plication,
  • Gingival hood removal at the eights,
  • pulp polyp removal,
  • Removal of fibrous hypertrophy and small nodules,
  • changes on mucous membranes,
  • Window treatments – exposing unerupted teeth for orthodontic indications,
  • inhibition of bleeding – hemostasis,
  • coagulation,
  • gum plasticity




Electrosurgery is also used in the removal of small lesions of the oral mucosa, such as fibromas and papillomas, slit granulomas, common warts, as well as coagulation of the substrate after removal of some lesions and coagulation to control bleeding after acute procedures. In conservative dentistry, electrosurgical methods can be used to remove gingival polyps from carious cavities, expose the subgingival edges of carious teeth and pulpotomies, and in prosthodontics to lengthen the clinical crowns of teeth or expose subgingival fractured roots to make inlays.

Dr. Alexandra Gabren

Dr. Valery Tarnawski