Soft Tissue Enhancement after Vertical augmentation with a Strip Free Gingival Graft and Mucograft

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Posted on By Emilio Rodriguez-Fernández In Soft Tissue Enhancement

After performing a bone augmentation. The location of soft tissues is altered. If we want to maintain our implants and bone level around the neck of the implant in a predictable way. We must correctly handle the tissues. Below is a case of a woman in her 70s for an increase in keratinized gum by performing a variant of the free gingival graft. After apical replacement of the lining of the lining, we repair a free gingival graft of size 1x3x30mm that we apically suture. Its small size limits its sinking and prevents cell proliferation of the mucosa. Thanks to Mucograft, we recover a larger amount of keratinized rubber surrounding the implants.

Dedicated to my friend and mentor Itsvan.

Thank you,

Emilio Rodríguez

Initial situation
Donor site

Strip Free Gingival Graft
Mucograft


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