How much does gum grafting with your own gum tissue cost?

It depends. This will vary depending on where you live, how many teeth need grafting, etc. You should get opinions from two different periodontists.

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What popular dental implant system would usually result in the least amount of gum tissue cutting if there is no need for added bone or gum grafting?

Most will. A straight forward surgical implant placement might only need a "tissue punch" or hole or a small incision to allow for the proper placement . Along with a surgical stent made from a CBCT scan, most any of the many root form implant systems will work as you describe. It would depend on what your surgical and restorative team prefers! Read more...

Need gum surgery for receding gums, which is better, donor gum tissue or using gum graft from the roof of the mouth?

Graft. I always see that, it is not the product, but it is the hand of the doctor that matters in many successful cases. Rather than a product choice, find out which product you and your surgeon would most benefit from to get you the best possible result? Read more...
Your own tissue. Using tissue harvested from the roof of your mouth always provides the best results. Read more...

Gum graft question: how many months after the surgery until the gums look normal?

Variable. The dentist can make the gums look normal but it depends what the surgery looks like. Sometimes free gingival grafts can look like a patch on a tire. There are techniques to blend the tissue so it looks like the patch was never there. Often the procedure can be done so there are no esthetic concerns at all. Read more...
6-8 weeks. Six to eight weeks , have your periodontist a see you at 2 weeks post surgery and then 6-8 weeks later. Read more...

In the morning I had a gum graft. Since the numbness paintballing but of what could happen to my gums, what to do?

Don't understand. Don't understand your question. Are you asking if it's ok to engage in extreme physical activity right after surgery? Not wise. Call the dentist or periodontist that did the graft for specific instructions. Read more...

Just recently had gum graft surgery, looks like my gums are still receding, worry that the graft didn't take, or is that normal?

Time for a follow up. Gum graft surgery can reduce the amount of recession and lessen the chance that gums will receed further in the future, but there is no guarantee that it will entirely eliminate what was already present. If you are not sure what you are seeing, schedule a follow up with the dentist or periodontist who did the procedure for you. Read more...
See the Surgeon. Without knowing exactly what was done and what it looked like before and now, including how long ago it was, we really can't give you an accurate answer. This question should be answered by the surgeon who actually performed the procedure. Read more...
Still healing. Although there are different types of "gum grafts", most of them receed slightly after the procedure is done. This is a normal healing process. However, you need to make sure that you follow the instructions after your surgery. Make sure that the sutures did not get loose, and be carefull not to brush the area vigorously. If you see bleeding or puss see your dentist immediately. Read more...

My gums are receding from over brushing. Is there any way I can fix it without a gum graft?

You personally, no. Depending on the location and size of the defect, there may be alternatives which may include repositioning if the tissue. Your periodontist should explain the pro's and con's of all your options. Get a second opinion from another local periodontist if you still have concerns. Read more...

Is it normal to have run gums and a headache for a few days after gum graft surgery?

Absolutely. Depending on if the dr. Used allograph or your own tissue you may have a donor site and a graph site. So you have to be careful eating and this may cause some minor and temporary TMJ issues. Plus you had a lot of local anesthetic and had your mouth open for a long time. All of this can cause the headaches and the surgery will cause mouth soreness and redness. Read more...
POSSIBLE. After gum surgery swelling and redness occurs . Headache could be from apprehension and wondering about results. Read more...