After Bilateral Upper And Lower Posterior Teeth Implants Are Repaired, Free Gingival Transplantation Is Used To Improve Soft Tissue Conditions And Facilitate Health Maintenance
With the increasing maturity of implant technology, implant restoration has become the first choice for restoration of missing teeth, but the prevention and treatment of implant complications has become a new clinical issue. Patients often see the doctor again due to food impaction and tooth brushing discomfort caused by poor soft tissue contours around the implant and insufficient keratinized tissue. Good soft and hard tissue conditions are the guarantee for long-term health of dental implants. Sufficient keratinized tissue has an impact on bone resorption, plaque accumulation, soft tissue inflammation, and comfort of brushing.
For implant restoration, when the width of the keratinized tissue in the edentulous area is less than 2mm, the vestibular sulcus is shallow, and the normal soft tissue contour is lacking, free gingival graft (FGG) can be used to restore and improve the edentulous area and around the implant Soft tissue contours in order to obtain long-term stable clinical effects. However, the timing of FGG surgery is still controversial in academia. This article fully demonstrates the diagnosis and treatment process of 1 case of bilateral upper and lower posterior teeth implant restoration, using FGG to widen the keratinized tissue to improve the soft tissue condition to benefit the health of the implant. The timing of the operation and the difficulty of performing FGG after implant restoration Analysis and accumulated clinical experience for such problems.
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