Need tooth root coverage due to recession. Want allograft and never again a gingival gum graft. What is success rate for an allograft?

Periodontist. See a periodontist. There are specifics that will affect success rate based on tissue type, location, age, habits etc. You want an answer that is relevant to you, not a general statistic that might not help.
Allograft. To my knowledge there are no published success rates. Each case is different based upon the individual, the specific tooth situation and the skill of the surgeon. Find the best Periodontist you can and discuss your specific situation.

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What type of gum graft actually results in forming new gingival attachment to the tooth root? What type does not?

The dentist, not the. There are many different types of gum grafts and many different procedures. The success or failure of a gum graft is more dependent on the skill of the surgeon and the proper selection of the cases to graft. Your general health, ability to follow up with proper oral hygiene and the instructions by your surgeon would also be crucial. Discuss with your surgeon and leave the details to him\her. Read more...
May need 2 . To predictably achieve root coverage you need attached gingiva and then reposition it. If there is adequate amounts of attached gingiva (the thick gum) you only need a connective tissue graft. If you re missing it you need a free gingival grab to reform the attached gingiva. Heal. Then do a repositioning and a connective tissue graft. http://www.smithtownsmiles.com/services/gum-recession-treatment. Read more...
All of them. Whether using a gingival graft, a connective tissue graft, or an allograft (from another human) - all of them result in new attachment to the root. Your periodontist can help you to decide which is most appropriate depending on your needs. Read more...
Gum attachment. This question is very astute. All soft tissue grafts attempt to re-attach to the root of the tooth. If the graft didn't why do it? But to answer you Q/A. A free connective tissue graft gives the best and most aesthetic result. My wife had 2 done with excellent results. Read more...

Can you tell me the ADA codes for the use of an allograft to do tooth root coverage? This is not a connective graft nor a free gingival tissue graft.

Coverage . Talk to your insurance for information . Read more...
Speak with you INS. I recommend you contact you insurance company. There are different ways to code this in some cases depending on the diagnosis and rationale for treatment. Your benefits may differ significantly depending on the specifics in your case. Coordinate with your provider to find the right information as it pertains to your treatment. Read more...