Define reflection - endodontic surgery, Biology

Define Reflection - Endodontic Surgery

-  Marginal gingival is very delicate and easily injured, therefore you should begin reflection of the vertical incision in the attached gingival.

-  The supracrestal fibers are easily damaged or destroyed by direct reflective forces. This may cause epithelial down growth results in increased sulcular depth "attachment loss".

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-  Slippage of tissue retractor during surgery can cause postoperative tissue swelling "So, use serrated one".

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