Soft and Hard Tissue Regeneration

Avoid Further Damage Caused by Periodontal (Gum) Disease

Gum disease causes severe damage to the tissue surrounding your teeth. Soft and hard tissue regeneration provides restoration to your gum tissue. Healing is enhanced by cleaning and preparing the tissue around your teeth and deeper within your gum pockets. The tissue that’s used via a bone or gum tissue graft provides a supportive build-up for procedures such as implant placement. The procedure can help remove bacteria and eliminate the further development of disease. It also provides a healing effect for your damaged tissue.

Dr. Tamir SegalPeriodontist

Experienced Periodontist serving the communities of Weston, Southwest Ranches, Miramar, Pembroke Pines, Cooper City, Sunrise, Miami, Kendall, Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, West Palm Beach, and more.


With the development in the world of dentistry at present, we can conclude that periodontal soft and hard tissue regeneration is possible. Treatment of affected portion with localized gingival recession or inadequate keratinized gingiva can be accomplished with soft tissue grafts or pedicle flaps, just as with the utilization of dermal allografts. The treatment of hard tissue deform around teeth and implants can be mend utilizing various kinds of bone grafts, guided tissue or bone regeneration, or a mix of these. The consistency of a significant number of these treatments, however, still needs improvement. Since the majority of these sensitive, specific, and expensive, their present universal application is restricted.

Hard Tissue Regeneration

Dental implant placement is a standout amongst the most dependable and expected treatment option in the modern oral surgery procedure. It needs available bone volume to oppose the pressure during implants. There are numerous approaches to regenerate bone to place the implants with the ideal measurements. Guided bone regeneration, socket grafting, allograft bone block grafting, and intra-and extraoral autogenous bone block grafting are the most well-known treatment ways to deal with reconstruct hard tissues. Autogenous bone graft is still taken as the highest quality level for the reconstruction of hard tissues. What’s more, there are many framework biomaterials possible that are utilized as layouts for new bone development. These biomaterials are useful to not just to eliminate the utilization of autogenous bone grafts but also decrease patient distress. Another benefit of biomaterial utilization in tissue regeneration is to trim the learning curve of medications by encouraging usable methodologies.

Soft Tissue Regeneration

Oral soft tissue regeneration methodology is performed to encourage plaque control, to improve the comfort of the patient, to prevent a further recession, and related to restorative, orthodontic, prosthetic, and implant dentistry. Ongoing evolutions in the field of Periodontology have displayed oral soft tissue regeneration may never again be dependent on palatal tissue. Soft-tissue regeneration has turned out to be progressively significant in restoring functionality and aesthetic appearance. The standard component for soft tissue regeneration is autogenous free gingival grafts and connective tissue grafts, however collecting soft tissues from the palate of painful, technically demanding and time-consuming.

Contact Dr. Segal, your Weston periodontist, about your gum related issues. Schedule an examination to receive more information about soft and hard tissue regeneration to reduce the impact of periodontal (gum) disease on your oral health.

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