Keratinized tissue increase in the lower frontal region

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  • 1 - Gingival recessions in the lower arch due to dental malposition and insufficient keratinized tissue, considering the aim of an orthodontic treatment
  • 2 - Particular of the clinical situation of element 4.2
  • 3 - Minimum thickness of the keratinized tissue
  • 4 - Flap with releasing incisions
  • 5 - OsteoBiol® <i>Derma</i> sutured coronally to the CEJ
  • 6 - Resorbable suture that covers the graft completely, with periostal anchorage to reduce the muscular tension on the flap
  • 7 - Healing at 15 days
  • 8 - Healing at 1 month
  • 9 - Tissue healing at 2 months
  • 10 - Tissue healing at 4 months
  • 11 - Increase of thickness of the keratinized tissue
  • 12 - Orthodontic treatment 10 months after mucogingival surgery
  • 13 - 13 months after surgery
  • 14 - Detail of 4 incisors
  • 15 - B/w picture that enlightens the quantity of keratinized tissue and the mucogingival morphology
  • 16 -  24 months after mucogingival treatment
  • 17 - 30 months after mucogingival  treatment : stability  of keratinized tissue and leveling of  the mucogingival morphology
  • Clinical indication: soft tissue augmentation
  • Products : Derma
  • Authors : Dr. Domenico Patarino
  • Information about patient: Female 24
  • Credits : Documentation provided by Dr. Domenico Patarino
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