The first form of gum grafting was done in the mid-1960’s, and this is a procedure called a gum grafter or a gingival graft which we still do today. Many including myself consider it the gold standard.
Dr. Mauricio Gutierrez
Reverse Your Gum Recession
If you experience sensitivity to hot and cold foods, a change in the look of your smile, tooth discoloration or decay below the gum line you could be experiencing the negative effects of gum recession. It is important to treat gum recession immediately to save your teeth and restore your oral health.
Gum recession can affect one or all of your teeth and cause a laundry list of oral health complications. Gum grafting allows us to use your own tissue or AlloDerm® Regenerative tissue to increase the volume of tissue in the affected areas. At Florida Institute for Periodontics and Dental Implants we offer several different methods for gum grafting. Our team of experts will be able to determine which course of treatment is right for your individual dental health care needs. Treating your gum recession with a gum graft will not only restore your oral health but also your quality of life. Enjoy the following benefits of gum grafting:
- Reduce or even eliminate tooth sensitivity
- Protect against decay and gum line cavities
- Improve the esthetics of your smile
- Treat and prevent gum disease
- Preserve healthy gum and bone tissue
- Prevent future tooth and bone loss
We care about the oral health of all of our patients and believe everyone has the right to receive the dental health care they desperately need. We offer sedation dentistry options for our patients suffering from dental anxiety.
Call Us Today
Do not wait to treat your gum recession. Take control of your oral and overall health by correcting tissue loss with gum grafting. We are here to help and have a passion for making our patients smile.
Call our office today to schedule your consultation.