We Put Your Periodontal Needs First
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University Dental Faculty Group: Prosthodontics, Periodontics, and Implant Surgery offers gum grafting procedures to restore your periodontal health, decrease tooth sensitivity, improve your comfort while brushing and enhance your smile. A gum graft heals gum recession around teeth and implants. Gum recession is the movement of the gum line down towards the root of your tooth. This can cause unsightly smiles, tenderness while brushing, inflammation of gum tissue and cavities. Our team of board-certified specialists can eliminate this recession and restore your gums to optimal health!
After your teeth are extracted or due to trauma or gum disease, the available bone and gum shrinks and becomes inadequate for dental implants. Therefore, we may turn towards bone grafting as a reconstructive surgical procedure when bone loss in the jawbone has occurred due to injury, gum disease, or trauma. Our board-certified periodontists use state-of-the-art materials and cutting-edge, evidence-based techniques to rebuild the lost bone.