Red, swollen painless gingival lesion

A 41 year old male presented with red, swollen painless gingival lesion and bleed easily. He also experience bad breath. Patient has no history of tobacco use. What should be the treatment?

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Loc. gingival recession
Reddish pink inflamed rolled gingival margins, gingival recession, loss of CAL suggestive of periodontitis. Rx-Scaling and root planing under LA, cap Amclaid, metrogyl, chx mouth wash reevaluate after 4 weeks plan accordingly based on residual attachment level. Look for TFO , h/o masochistic habits or overzealous brushing as lesion is localized wrt 33.
Clinical picture is quite classic for McCall's Festoon, of course associated with localized gingival recession.
SUGGESTIVE OF LOCALIZED GINGIVAL RECESSION WITH PERIODONTITIS...
IT'S A..CASE OF.. ? GINGIVITIS.. ? PYOGENIC GRANULOMA..
Tnx Dr Nikhil Gogulwar
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Localized gingival recession
Its the case of gingivitis