Wisener, Cooper & Fergus DDS Dentistry for the Modern Age
Soft Tissue Graft in Rogers, AR
What You Should Know About Gum Recession
When is Soft Tissue Graft Necessary?
A soft tissue graft is used when there has been a significant amount of gum recession in a particular area. Slight gum recession can usually be fixed with a few changes to your oral hygiene routine to take better care of your teeth and gums. When the gingiva recedes further it exposes you to greater risk for infection and bacterial penetration. You will likely be more sensitive to hot and cold foods when you have receding gums. If the gums recede enough as to expose the root you can set yourself up for more serious problems. The root is softer than the enamel making it more vulnerable to bacteria and plaque.
To restore proper gum level and functionality a soft tissue graft can be performed. This is done by either removing soft tissue from the roof of the mouth, or repositioning healthy gum tissue from adjacent teeth. This procedure is very predictable and has a high success rate. This procedure should be performed before more serious problems develop and periodontal surgery is necessary.
Complete Dental Care and Soft Tissue Graft in NWA
From Soft Tissue Graft or Gum Recession to General Dentistry techniques, we want you to know we can take care of whatever concerns you have about coming to the dentist. If you’re curious about what you might need done with your teeth, please contact us. We’d be honored to treat you!
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