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How long does it take for post gingivectomy regrowth?

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2 doctors agree

In brief: Up to 6 months

A true gingivectomy results in a large area that can take as much as 6 months to regenerate.
A flap procedure will take much less time to heal.

In brief: Up to 6 months

A true gingivectomy results in a large area that can take as much as 6 months to regenerate.
A flap procedure will take much less time to heal.
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Dr. Dennis Kelley
Dentistry
1 doctor agrees

In brief: 2-3 weeks

Usually after such a treament my patients notice their gums to be nearly completely healed in 2 - 3 weeks some after only 7 to 10 days.

In brief: 2-3 weeks

Usually after such a treament my patients notice their gums to be nearly completely healed in 2 - 3 weeks some after only 7 to 10 days.
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