Periodontal regeneration techniques are techniques implemented in the context of destruction of tooth support tissues. This is reflected clinically by removal of the gum, bleeding and mobility, sometimes accompanied by pain.
In some cases, the tooth can be saved. This is followed by micro-surgeries to remove the periodontal pocket, to get rid of the inflammatory tissue around the tooth, and to reconstruct the attachment device.
It uses biomaterials such as collagen membranes or from your own blood (the membranes of "PRF"), bone of xenogeneic origin, allogeneic or autogenous, or proteins derived from enamel.
The application of these techniques allows regeneration of the attachment device of the tooth, and thus to find a longevity of the dental organ.