FGG Tissue Recovery around Implants in LRQ

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Posted on By Maurice Salama In Soft Tissue Enhancement

Patient presents with previous placed implants with lack of remaining KT around them, no vestibulary depth and lack of KT on the lingual aspect as well. Autologous FGG and vestibuloplasty were performed as well as movement of lbail KT to lingual as part of bed preparation on labial aspects. 4 weeks post op shown here with excellent early healing. Thoughts? Dr. Salama

Preop labial view
Preop occlusal view

Bed preparation
Suturing of FGG on labial


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4 Comments

Which way would you go here? A. FGG & Vestibuloplasty B. CTG C. ACDM D. Nothing


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FGG would be my first choice.
Great tissue, Maurice!
best regards
Snjezana


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Lingual matters too!!! Pedicle Flipped KT from labial and pontic sites to lingual aspect of implants...


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FGG would be better. so try to give it the best try for the relief of the patient.


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