Precision Flap Surgery for Optimal Oral Health!

Painless extractions by our expert team, promoting your dental comfort and well-being.

Experience painless in-house extractions, with a focus on dental comfort, well-being, and patient-centered care, all at your doorstep.

Benefits of Flap Surgery

Resolves Gum Infections

Halts Periodontal

Prevents Bone Loss

Restores Gum Health

Improves Oral Hygiene

The Advantages of Flap Surgery

Experience painless extractions in the comfort of your home with Prudentoe. We prioritize your dental comfort, overall well-being, and patient-centered care.

Infection Resolution

Flap surgery effectively treats gum infections, restoring oral health by removing disease-causing bacteria.

Tooth Mobility Minimization

Stabilizes teeth, reducing mobility caused by gum disease and preserving natural dentition.

Periodontal Progression Halt

Halts the advancement of periodontal disease, preventing potential tooth and bone loss.

Implant Support

Supports successful dental implant placement by creating a healthy foundation for secure integration.

Gum Health Restoration

Improves gum health, promoting healing and reducing inflammation for lasting oral wellness.

Oral Hygiene Access

This creates easier access for oral hygiene, ensuring thorough cleaning around teeth and gums.

Important Note

Flap surgery is a critical periodontal treatment that addresses deep gum infections, preserving teeth and bone. This procedure prevents further damage, enhances gum health, and promotes lasting dental wellness. It’s vital to consult a skilled dentist, as proper evaluation and personalized care are essential for successful outcomes. Post-surgery maintenance, including regular dental visits and diligent oral hygiene, ensures optimal results and a healthy smile.

Our Process

01

Anesthesia
Local anesthesia numbs the area for comfort during the procedure.

02

Incision
A small incision is made to lift the gum tissue, allowing access to the underlying area.

03

Cleaning and Repair
Diseased tissue is removed, and the area is thoroughly cleaned and treated.

04

Closure
The gum tissue is repositioned and sutured back into place, promoting proper healing and gum health.
Why Prudentoe?

Prioritize dental function, not just looks, for improved oral health.

We provide comprehensive, personalized at-home dental care, not just delivery.

Count on our skilled in-house experts for top-quality dental care.

Focus on overall well-being, not just cosmetics, for a healthy smile.

Enjoy the ultimate convenience of in-home dental services with Prudentoe.

Tailoring services to your unique needs for the best dental outcomes.

Trust in Prudentoe's quality care, prioritizing your health and well-being.

Recommended for :

Advanced Gum Disease: Individuals with severe gum disease (periodontitis) that hasn't responded to non-surgical treatments.

Deep Gum Pockets: Patients with deep pockets between teeth and gums, indicating advanced periodontal issues.

Bone Loss: Individuals with bone loss around teeth due to untreated gum disease.

Gum Recession: Those with receding gums exposing tooth roots, requiring tissue restoration.

Infection Control: Patients need thorough cleaning and removal of infection-causing bacteria beneath the gums.

not Recommended for :

Mild Gum Issues: Patients with mild gum inflammation or minor gum problems that can be managed with simpler treatments.

Overall Healthy Gums: Individuals with healthy gum tissues and no signs of advanced gum disease.

Recent Oral Surgery: Those who have undergone recent oral surgery or other dental procedures.

Uncontrolled Medical Conditions: Individuals with uncontrolled medical conditions that might hinder the healing process.

Pregnancy: For pregnant women, elective dental procedures, might be postponed until after childbirth.
Aftercare Treatment For Flap Surgery

Gentle Oral Care

Maintain gentle brushing and flossing, avoiding the treated area for a few days.

Prescribed Medications

Take prescribed antibiotics and pain relievers as directed by your dentist.

Avoid Irritants

Steer clear of spicy, hot, or abrasive foods that could irritate the healing area.

Soft Diet

Stick to a soft diet initially to prevent unnecessary strain on the healing site.

Avoid Smoking

Refrain from smoking, as it can hinder the healing process and increase infection risk.

Rinsing with Care

Follow the dentist's instructions for rinsing with a mild, saltwater solution.

Protect Healing Site

Avoid touching the surgical area with your fingers or tongue to prevent irritation.

Rest and Recovery

Rest and avoid strenuous activities for a few days to promote healing.

Avoid Alcohol-Based Mouthwashes

Opt for alcohol-free mouthwash as alcohol can irritate the healing tissue.

Follow-up Appointments

Attend follow-up visits as scheduled for proper monitoring and aftercare guidance.

Frequently asked questions
What is flap surgery?

Flap surgery is a dental procedure to treat advanced gum disease by lifting and cleaning beneath the gum tissue.

Is flap surgery painful?

Local anesthesia ensures minimal discomfort during the procedure, and post-surgery pain is manageable with prescribed medications.

How long does recovery take after flap surgery?

Recovery varies, but most patients can resume normal activities within a few days to a week.

Will I experience swelling after flap surgery?

Some swelling is normal, but it should subside within a few days with proper aftercare.

Can I eat after flap surgery?

A soft diet is recommended initially, gradually returning to normal foods as healing progresses.

When can I resume brushing and flossing after flap surgery?

You can resume gentle brushing after 24 hours; flossing around the surgical area might be limited for a few days.

Is there a risk of infection after flap surgery?

Following aftercare instructions minimizes infection risk; prescribed antibiotics also help prevent infection.

How long until I see results after flap surgery?

Visible improvements can take weeks to months as gum health and inflammation gradually improve.

Can flap surgery improve my gumline appearance?

Yes, flap surgery can enhance gum aesthetics by addressing gum recession and creating a healthier gumline.

How long do the results of flap surgery last?

Results vary, but with proper oral care and maintenance, the effects of flap surgery can be long-lasting, promoting gum health.

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