FGG for Mucogingival deficiency with high frenum attachment

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Posted on By Venceslav Stankov In Soft Tissue Enhancement

Free gingival graft for muscle pull elimination and recession coverage

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Great video and skill on display. My only question is did you consider a larger graft so that you could increase the amount nourished by the bed preparation and vascular support. I typically notice shrinkage of these or less than ideal root coverage when the graft is small in size and does not extend to the adjacent teeth. your thoughts my friend. Dr. S


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