Minimally invasive gum grafting microsurgery
Gum grafting is a minimally invasive microsurgery that requires a small tunnel incision as well as two micro-sutures. Dozens of stitches or the harvesting of thick slabs of gum tissue are no longer needed, because we use the micro-surgical tunnel technique. This is a technique that has minimal to no post-operative discomfort with a very reliable and predictable result.
Reasons for gum grafting?
A combination of any of the three below reasons is why gum grafting is necessary:
- To cover recession and re-establish a normal looking tooth
- To restore a thick protective tissue around the tooth
- To add volume to the gums where there is a deficiency such as a previous extraction site that has collapsed