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Gingival (Gum) Grafting

Receding gums can cause unnecessary discomfort, tooth sensitivity and can be aesthetically displeasing. Gums will not repair themselves on their own.

The gum grafting procedure uses a small piece of tissue to cover the exposed root surface of your tooth. This forms a seal around the neck of the tooth, covering the root to decrease sensitivity and prevent further gum recession and bone loss.

The result: a more natural looking smile, less tooth pain or sensitivity, and the prevention of further gum recession and bone loss.

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Recession

Tooth Wear Factors

Non-Carious Cervical Lesions

Connective Tissue Graft

Epithelialized Palatal Graft (Free Gingival Graft)

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