Is it normal for my gums to be swollen after gingivectomy?

Yes. Immediately after there will be inflammation from the procedure. Make sure to keep it clean even when it is sore. A few days it should be gone.
Yes. Gums will tend to be swollen after a gingivectomy. If they remain swollen for a a prolonged period of time you need to contact your dentist or periodontist.

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I just had a gingivectomy yesterday, Is it normal for my gums to be swollen? They looked so nice yesterday and now they look how they did before

Gingivectomy. As with any surgical procedure, there is the risk of post treatment swelling which peaks in the 24 to 48 hr range, Im sure your DDS gave you post treatment instructions and guidance on what to expect. Read more...
Healing process. Your gum tissue may be swollen for a day or two and as it heals, the tissue has a whitish/gray appearance. This is a normal healing process. Take care. Read more...

Is it ok if gums swollen after gingivectomy?

Swollen gums. They should be swollen right after a gingivectomy as the tissues have been surgically insulted. The oral surgeon should have given you information on how much and how long a time for swelling would be normal. Read more...
Yes. If the surgery was just done it is not uncommon for swelling to be present get the homeopathic remedy trameel liquid and take 6 drops under tongue 4x/day for the next two days to help reduce the swelling. Read more...