New techniques have developed to accomplish periodontal regeneration without the drawbacks related with conventional flap surgery procedure. Minimally invasive Periodontal surgery is a procedure for surgical access that limits flap reflection and tissue injury, bringing in the maintenance of critical blood supply, the steadiness of the blood clot inside the injury site, and less postoperative recession over time. As advancements in materials and procedures are made, minimally invasive periodontal surgery in periodontal regeneration keeps on developing.
The development of a video scope for use during minimally invasive periodontal surgery has improved visual access to surgical sites, encouraging improved defect surgical-operation and root planning. As illustrated, visual minimally invasive periodontal surgery has brought about a real increase in soft-tissue height as long as 3 years postoperatively.