Cases in Gum Tissue Augmentation (gum grafting)

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Gum Tissue Augmentation (gum grafting)

The bone was augmented using 50 % autogenous bone taken from the Ramus of the mandible and 50% allograft mixture. The bone was stabilized using poly(d l-lactic acid) absorbable barriers and type I collagen membrane. A palatal Pedicle graft was used to thicken the tissue in the area.

Gum Tissue Augmentation (gum grafting)

March 31, 2018

The patients recession was treated using a tunneling approach and after healing and stability of the tissues ceramic restorations were fabricated and seated for the patient to obtain her desired result.

Gum Tissue Augmentation (gum grafting)

Patient had a vertical fracture of tooth #10 with missing buccal plate of bone. Case was completed using a staged approach, rebuilding bone with GBR and tissue with tissue taken from tuberosity.

Gum Tissue Augmentation (gum grafting)

Anterior Immediate extraction and immediate Implants on 7 and 10 with SECTG (gum graft from the palate) to augment the recession. The patients own teeth were hollowed out and used on temporary abutments for the provisional teeth.