FGG for Mucogingival deficiency with high frenum attachment

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Posted on By Maurice Salama In Soft Tissue Enhancement

Patient 19 years old presents with a mucogingival deficiency, recession with a high frenum attachment and inadequate vestibular depth. Treatment consisted of FGG and frenum release.

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6 Comments

Beautiful and very clean approach.
Congrats my friend!
A hug
Enzo


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Safe standard procedure, very nice execution.
I know it is not aesthetic zone but have you considered other techniques?
Best regards
Snjezana


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Snjezana, yes but when the vestibule and frenum are HIGH, I prefer this approach. We will discuss these different techniques and approaches together at XP-NYU Summit. Do not forget to respond to the email sent to you as SPEAKER. Thanks Maurice


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Looking forward to it! Let`s finish World Cup in Russia to focus on my lecture:))
best regards
Snjezana


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Perfectly executed Mo.
On this cases sometimes, to avoid a FGG sometimes I think that could make it staged
1 A kazanjian to deepen the vestible and remove the frenum
2 A tunel with a CTG after 4 months
What do you think about this approach?
Regards
Jorge


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Completely agree. It can be done it 2 stages for sure. Regards Maurice


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