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Allan Charles

Pasadena, United States

Clinical case description:

Increasing the width of keratinised tissue around implants with Geistlich Mucograft®, while also achieving vestibule creation and oral hygiene access improvement. Surgery by Dr. Doina Panaite and Dr. Allan Charles.

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<p>Pre-operative view. A small band of keratinized gingiva is present.</p>

Pre-operative view. A small band of keratinized gingiva is present.

<p>Geistlich Mucograft<sup>®</sup> is sutured to the recipient bed and left exposed.</p>

Geistlich Mucograft® is sutured to the recipient bed and left exposed.

<p>Underneath the fibrin clot, the area appears to granulate 1 week post-operative.</p>

Underneath the fibrin clot, the area appears to granulate 1 week post-operative.

<p>Mucogingival appearance (4 mm of keratinized tissue) 6 months after surgery.</p>

Mucogingival appearance (4 mm of keratinized tissue) 6 months after surgery.

Pre-surgery


							<p>Pre-operative view. A small band of keratinized gingiva is present.</p>

Surgery


							<p>Geistlich Mucograft<sup>®</sup> is sutured to the recipient bed and left exposed.</p>

Outcome


							<p>Underneath the fibrin clot, the area appears to granulate 1 week post-operative.</p>

Follow-up after at least 6 months


							<p>Mucogingival appearance (4 mm of keratinized tissue) 6 months after surgery.</p>