Referred Patient

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Posted on By Gregory Mark In Implants

The patient was referred to me for soft tissue grafting. What do you think the best approach and why? Thank you!


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Hi Gregory,
It was nice to meet you at the DentalXP Digital meeting yesterday.
I assume that one or both centrals had Endo. I would also assume that one or both Endodontic procedures failed. Obviously retreat.Then place ideal temps with regards to margins and contours. Permanently lute temps. It the soft tissue responds favorably you can place permanent crowns and if not, extrude both centrals until the papilla reforms.
Regards,
Gerald


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Hi Gerald! It was a pleasure to meet you finally.
Both centrals have implants.


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Hi Gregory; Yes it was my pleasure as well. gerald


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Hi Gregory, interesting case. Do you happen to have any x-rays? You stated that 8 & 9 are implants. Gingival collar seems a bit inflamed. Peri-implantitis? I would imagine that this patient was referred to you for grafting for esthetic reasons due do uneven gingiva and blunted papilla. The inflammation however is more concerning to me. Just my opinion but before any grafting procedure can be considered, cause of inflammation should be determined.


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Cant read the post for some reason. All I see are the numbers 8 & 9


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Very good


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