Dental Grafts

Gum grafting, otherwise called a gingival graft or periodontal plastic surgery, is a surgical method to invert gum recession. Gum recession exposes the underlying roots of teeth, which can lead to sensitivity and put teeth at a higher danger of harm or illness because of the releasing of their connection inside the gums and bones of the jaw. Should gum retreat proceed with, bone and keratinized tissue will be at a more serious danger of being harmed and permanently lost around the teeth. The point of a gum graft is to extend keratinized tissue of the gums to cover tooth roots, which reestablishes their firm position inside the jaw and avoids additionally harm.

 

  • Materials used for grafting
  • Procedure for grafting
  • Instrumentation

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