Root submerged technique. A surgical presentation

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Posted on By Cafadaru Mihnea In Soft Tissue Enhancement

After the failure of the first graft, we have decided to recreate the gingival anatomy with a new palatal graft. The root was submerged more than the first time, so a better healing will occur.

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Beautifully executed. My compliments. Did you consider a free CTG or tuberosity tissue? Thanks Dr. Salama


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Thank you Dr. Salama.

*The reason for not choosing FGG from palatal site is that it is unpredictable, if not handeled right. If i want to deepithelise it partially (at the margins) to insert it under the receptor gingival site and i thinnen it too much, i will get necrosis.
*The tuberosity tissue, because of it's density, does not alow me to leave it uncovered, so it is not an option. I found this last option a good one, if i take a FGG from tuberosity and leave it with the epithelium.




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I like it....there are many ways to do this procedure. Often without any soft tissue graft....just PRGF or PRF. Dr. Salama


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very nice. how did you video this case and stabilize camera


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