Gum Graft Surgery, Carrollton, TX

Gum Graft Surgery, is a kind of surgery done by a Board Certified Periodontist in Carrollton, TX. Usually, this advanced surgical treatment is preferred for patients suffering from the excessive gingival recession. Dr. Vadivel at his dental office at Carrollton, TX, Implants and Gumcare provides the best in class Gum Grafting experience to his patients in and around Carrollton, TX. Kindly, check in with their dental clinic to avail a FREE Consultation and a FREE 3D CAT Scan if you are a new patient with Implants and Gumcare.

Gum Graft Surgery Carrollton, TX

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Cash Discounts on Services-carrollton-tx

Cash Discounts on Services

Cash Discounts on Services.

Credit Card Discounts-carrollton-tx

Credit Card Discounts

Credit Card Discounts.

No-Interest Payment Plans-carrollton-tx

No-Interest Payment Plans

No-Interest Payment Plans.

Insurance Accepted & Filed-carrollton-tx

Insurance Accepted & Filed

Insurance Accepted & Filed.

Medical Insurance Filing-carrollton-tx

Medical Insurance Filing

Medical Insurance Filing.

Co-Pay Only Collection-carrollton-tx

Co-Pay Only Collection

Co-Pay Only Collection.

Gum Grafting Q & A

by Kumar T. Vadivel, DDS, FDS RCS, MS

Periodontal, or gum disease is essentially caused by bacteria. Bacteria accumulates along with mucus and other elements, causing the production of plaque. Regular dental hygiene habits can stop plaque from building up. However, if plaque is not cleaned off because of a poor brushing habits it can harden into tartar. This hardened tartar doesn’t come off easily. It will also trap bacteria underneath it, irritating the gums. This makes them swell and look red. Gingivitis will develop and if enough time passes without treatment, periodontitis will develop. Periodontitis is a severe form of gum disease. When this occurs the gums recede and pull away from teeth. This creates pockets between the gums and teeth which can become infected. When bacteria that reaches into the pockets extends to the tooth root it can destroy the bone and connective tissues which hold the tooth in place.

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  • When you would need a Gum Graft?
  • The 3 Types of Gum Grafting.
  • How to care for a Gum Graft?

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