Fragkiadakis Emmanouil

Evans 8, Heraklion Crete


The gingival graft is a part of soft tissue (gum) that we insert in places of the mouth where there is need, e.g. in the exposed surface of a root due to gum subsidence, or in the observed thinning of gum due to thickness loss of the soft tissue or the underlying bone. Even after the surgical implants are placed, we also put gingival graft to enforce the area in order to achieve longer implant stay but also better aesthetic results in prosthodontic restorations.

It is the microsurgery, in which, for biological reasons, we directly reveal sufficient tooth height, in order to succeed better and longer-lived prosthodontic restorations.

Teeth splinting is the treatment which aims to reduce the moving teeth 's increasing mobility.

Periodontitis is an inflammatory disease that causes the gradual loss of the tissues surrounding the teeth. The teeth 's roots are exposed, the gums bleed, the teeth gain mobility, whilst there may be pain as well. If it is not cured on time, the teeth-supporting tissues subside, the mobility of the teeth increases and the teeth are lost at last. Periodontitis is among the most common causes of the loss of teeth

Gingivitis is an inflammatory gum disease surrounding the teeth, caused by the dental plaque of the teeth. It is usually observed through the bleeding of the gum while brushing, or through your periodic check-up with the dentist. If it isn't cured on time, it can develop into periodontitis with all the consequences coming in

Analytical periodontal evaluation happens when we observe extensive and established inflammation in a patient's gums. Then, we take medical and dental history, and analytical periodogram, which is in fact a detailed record of the condition of the gum around each tooth. These help us to properly estimate the extent of the gum damage and its causes, to make the right diagnosis, to provide the right treatment for each situation, and also to compare the condition of the gums before and after it.

When you smile broadly, your front teeth in the upper jaw are exposed and you don't like it? Gingivectomy could be your solution. It is a part of cosmetic surgery treatments for the gum. It is a microsurgery, in which we remove a part of gingiva that surrounds the teeth for either esthetic or periodontal tissue health reasons.

Introduction of the Growth Factors_PRF_CGF into modern dental practice. Blood sampling is done in the first place, and the blood of the patient is placed on a special centrifugal device. The growth factors (proteins) that we use in periodontology, cosmetic surgery treatments for the gum and many other oral surgery treatments are separated in a short period of time.

This modern technique is applicable in :

  • teeth extractions, in particular wisdom teeth and surgical ones
  • surgically placing implants
  • in areas with large bone loss

In this way we minimize the possibility of inflammation, we reduce pain efficiently and promote healing with very good and predictable results in tissue regeneration (fast recovery and restoration).

Cleaning of the tooth involves removing the microbial plaque, the soft and hard deposition of the upper part of the teeth. This prevents bleeding of the gum while brushing, stink of the mouth, gingivitis and tooth decay. As a general guideline, tooth cleaning repeats every nearly 6 months, while the differentiations in sequence are determined by the dentist, who estimates each patient's particularities.