Gum & Bone Grafting

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Gum Grafting

Gum recession, the movement of the gum line down the root of a tooth, is one of the most noticeable effects of periodontal disease.

Whether it is one tooth or many, it’s important to have gum recession repaired as gum tissue is the primary natural defense against bacteria and trauma. Without adequate gum tissue around the teeth, bacteria can cause gum disease, bone and gum deterioration, and even tooth loss.

Symptoms of Gum Recession:

  • Root sensitivity
  • Inflammation of the tissues
  • Root exposure
  • Cavities
  • Esthetic concerns
  • Sensitivity to hot and cold foods

During a gum graft, a thin piece of tissue is taken from the back of the mouth and gently moved over from adjacent areas to provide a stable band of attached gingiva around the tooth. The gingival graft procedure is highly predictable and results in a stable, healthy band of attached tissue around the tooth.

Bone Grafting

A bone graft is the replacement of missing bone around the teeth. Restoring the bone gives you back functionality, esthetic appearance—and a confident new you. When you’ve lost a tooth or teeth due to injury, decay, or trauma, the bone around the missing tooth may begin to deteriorate to such an extent that there may not be enough bone to place dental implants. Fortunately, we now have the ability to grow bone where we need it, so you can get the implants you need and a smile you can be proud of.

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