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What happens when you have a fiberotomy?

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Dr. BHARAT RAKSHAK
Dentistry

In brief: Surgical cutting

A fiberotomy or pericision is an orthodontic surgical procedure designed to cut/modify the gingival fibers around a tooth.
It usually reduces the tendency to relapse of tooth rotations corrected by dental braces or other treatments. A fiberotomy involves the detachment of the fibers that attach the tooth to the bone via the gum. . To perform this procedure, the area around the tooth is numbed

In brief: Surgical cutting

A fiberotomy or pericision is an orthodontic surgical procedure designed to cut/modify the gingival fibers around a tooth.
It usually reduces the tendency to relapse of tooth rotations corrected by dental braces or other treatments. A fiberotomy involves the detachment of the fibers that attach the tooth to the bone via the gum. . To perform this procedure, the area around the tooth is numbed
Dr. BHARAT RAKSHAK
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