12 days after dental implant and bone graft and my gums are white and slimy? Is this normal? Swelling has decreased and on z-pack.

Implant & graft. Sounds like normal healing, but you should return to the implant surgeon for a post-op exam to make sure.
Likely normal. Likely normal if no increased pain. You should have already had postop appointment to check. If not, see surgeon to make sure.

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I had a bone graft done at the end of September for dental implant. I currently wear a retainer until it heals. R the bone chips inside the gums?

Yes under the gums. A bone graft is placed deep inside the socket or defect and is then covered by a membrane to contain it, the gums is reflected and sutured over the area to keep it he bone particle inside until they fuse and integrate with your bone. The retainer is used to protect the area from any pressure during chewing until the healing period is completed. Read more...

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