Can you get a dental skin graft?

Yes. Periodontal grafts are done routinely...The gum tissue is harvested from one area of your mouth and transplanted to the area where it is needed. Skin itself (as in the skin on your arm or face) is not used for perio grafting.
Possibly. By dental skin i assume you mean gum tissue. Gum tissue grafts are sometimes performed by periodontists (gum specialists) when the situation warrants it.
Gum grafts. Gum (not skin) grafts are a common procedure used by periodontists to cover exposed roots of teeth usually caused by gingival recession.
Yes. Soft tissue grafts(gum) are routinely performed by periodontists when indicated.

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Please advise if it's normal for a skin graft to get tight during the first weeks?

Yes. Yes, split thickness skin grafts contract - the thinner the original graft, the more the contraction. See your local plastic surgeon if the contraction is causing issues. Read more...

If someone has rosacea can they get a skin graft to cover it up?

Rosacea therapy. There are many treatment choices for rosacea depending on the severity and extent of symptoms. Available medical treatments include antibacterial washes, topical creams, antibiotic pills, lasers, pulsed-light therapies, photodynamic therapy, and isotretinoin. Skin graft is not a treatment for rosacea. Read more...
Heavens no! There are lots of treatment options for rosacea, but a skin graft is not one of them. Read more...

What to do if I got worse. What I want to know is if I get a skin graft over the open wounds is there a possibility they might heal?

Yes. Skin grafts are used to help open wounds heal but it depends on the type of wound and location of the wound. There are some areas that are not good places to put skin grafts. I recommend you see a wound specialist for evaluation and treatment. . Read more...