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Mucogingival Surgery. Dentistry 664 Module F: Overview of Gingival Grafting. Mucogingival Surgery Procedures. Free gingival graft Pedicle graft Connective tissue graft Coronally positioned flap Frenectomy. Gingival Grafts:.

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mucogingival surgery

Mucogingival Surgery

Dentistry 664

Module F: Overview of Gingival Grafting

mucogingival surgery procedures
Mucogingival Surgery Procedures
  • Free gingival graft
  • Pedicle graft
  • Connective tissue graft
  • Coronally positioned flap
  • Frenectomy
gingival grafts

Gingival Grafts:

Surgical transplantation of tissue from one site to replace damaged or deficient gingiva at another site

signs of a mucogingival defect
Signs of a Mucogingival Defect
  • Narrow or nonexistent zone of attached gingiva
  • Pockets traverse the mucogingival junction
  • High frenum attachment with tension on the gingival margin
indications for gingival grafting
Indications for Gingival Grafting
  • To increase the width of the zone of attached gingiva
  • To augment the thickness of attached gingiva
  • To repair gingival recession
  • To prevent the progression of gingival recession (e.g., during ortho treatment)
contraindications for grafting
Contraindications for grafting
  • Sites with pronounced dehiscences in the alveolar bone can present complications
  • Broadly denuded root surfaces can be difficult to cover with a graft
  • Non-progressive gingival recession may not require treatment
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Mucogingival Surgery Procedures
  • Free gingival graft
  • Pedicle graft
  • Connective tissue graft
  • Coronally positioned flap
  • Frenectomy
free gingival grafts

Free Gingival Grafts:

Soft tissue grafts that are completely detached from one site and transferred to a remote site