Sirwired and Lynn, did both of your perios do full mouth exams at your consultation? I have to say I was very nervous having read some horror stories on various sites. That may be necessary in some cases. Is this to expose more of her tooth structure? Usually, it takes between 6 to 8 weeks after the surgery for the depression in the tissue to fill up completely. Upper and lower, right and left on the same day! In rare cases, the graft tissue may not properly adapt to the graft site. Also, there was no bleeding from the time I left his office.
Oh wait actually the wors part is this rinse they prescribed for a couple weeks after that made everything I ate seem to taste slightly different. My dentist uses gobs of topical so I hardly felt the shots. I cant explain why the complications, I have ask the big experts but the answers have come during sponsored presentations and during those I am not very trusty of what I hear. I learned that its formal name is a. Given how much it was costing me, I wanted to absorb every moment of the experience.
As you can see, there are many reasons that could explain why the graft failed. We have had problems with people re-posting members' photos on fetish websites. My palate only bled a little right after the procedure and that was it. I have used alloderm, dermis and connective tissue graft. Not having my super hot coffee has been my biggest hardship.
At a month later, I still have lack of sensation at the incision site, all along the line where the tissue was taken. The first few days of recovery are not fun, but after that it's not so bad. As far as dental procedures go, it's no more painful or anxiety-inducing than having a cavity filled. It is indeed in the front, but in part of my lower gums that never show. After he briefly explained pain meds, stitches, etc, he said they would see her again soon like it was no big deal.
Pedicle graft: Your periodontist creates a flap of tissue from an area right next to your gum recession and uses the flap to cover the area of receding gum tissue. Take care, DebbieZ I only had shots on the front of my gums around where the graft would be done and also in the roof of my mouth. In the end, it was really not a big deal. I have thin gums, big teeth, and a small jawline. I agree; that way there is a record in case things change in the future. While there are other factors, again, the antibiotic issue comes into the picture.
My dentist has me on antibiotics to prevent infection so I don't think it's that. When is your graft being done? The first day was hard for me, because my mouth was bleeding and it hurt to eat. And you dont want it exposed. I am going to keep your advice in my mind in case. I was still careful with it and chewed just on the non-surgery side of my mouth. I practically live on an elliptical machine and exercise is my number one work booster, so I was devastated to hear that people who have just gotten gum grafting surgery have to avoid exercise. Private message Comment the review as Western Dental verified representative.
I went in for the 24 hour post op check up on Sat. Did it end up covering at least some of the exposed roots? I would be a fool to turn down the chance for much-needed repair especially when a payment plan was offered. The donor site will start feeling much better once this happens. Would like to add: a 2nd thinner alloderm was placed in after removal of 1st graft but the antibiotic was not changed to a broad spectrum and 2nd graft had to be removed 2 weeks later as gums were still infected. Posted by: im 16 years old and i was told to day that i need a gum graft and the will be using cadavers not my skin tissue because there is a lack of it.
What was recovery like - he doesn't have an opening until after school starts, I was hoping to do it while she was on summer break. My recession is on four lower teeth; not right in the middle but the teeth next to it; lower incisor I think it's called and the one next to that. Unfortunately, my now exposed molar is extremely sensitive and painful to cold, where I had no sensitivity at all before the surgery. My teeth are seriously perfect. My periodontist and dentist have been monitoring the receding gum on my lower front teeth for over a decade.
I can do nothing about the smoking! I have very minor swelling on the outside of my mouth, but my inside seems fine. Anyways, is the color and soggy scab look normal?? It's not severe, but I notice it and before the gum grafts, my two jaws looked the same I'm pretty sure. I was impressed with the dexterity it took to put in the sutures. It is not advised that you go into the office, though I was told it's fine to work from home which is what I opted to do. I was putting my procedure off for fear of how bad it would be. I found that helped with the swelling and also helped relieve some of the pain.