Q&A: Is it possible to get Osseous surgery, without doing bone grafts, to repair advanced periodontal disease with pockets?
It's possible, but only half the job. You don't mention if the pocketing is generalized, or isolated, nor did you mention mobility of the teeth, or presence of infection,or if the involved teeth are all in the same quadrant, your age, your general health, and your hygeine habits etc..., so its difficult to answer your question. Periodontal surgery only benefits those people who are comitted to maintain almost perfect oral hygeine. If your home care is poor you'd be wasting your time, the dentist's time and a lot of money.