Cabot Dental Association
Multi Specialty Dentistry
332 Cabot Street, Beverly, MA 01915

Guided Tissue Bone Regeneration

Guided Tissue Bone RegenerationTraditionally, eliminating the gum pockets by trimming away the infected gum tissue and by re-contouring the uneven bone tissue treats gum disease. Although this is still an effective way of treating gum disease, new and more sophisticated procedures are used routinely today.

Guided tissue bone regeneration regenerates the previously lost gum and bone tissue. Most techniques utilize membranes that are inserted over the bone defects. Some of these membranes are bio-absorbable and some require removal. Other regenerative procedures involve the use of bioactive gels.


Periodontal Disease :: Preventing Gum Disease :: Scaling & Root Planning :: Osseous Surgery
Gum Grafting
:: Crown Lengthening :: Bone Regeneration :: Cosmetic Periodontal Surgery
Bone Grafting :: Ridge Preservation