- Receding Gum Root Coverage - Growing New Lower Gum Tissue
Periodontal tunneling is a popular and effective grafting procedure to augment or replenish lost or compromised tissue. See how the gingival tissues are prepared for tunneling and the actual process of moving the graft material through the tunnel into precise locations. A proprietary suturing technique is used to create the normal snug fit for each anterior tooth while simultaneously raising the gum line higher, thereby reversing the appearance of a minor receding gum line. Video footage provided by Edward Brant, DDS, MS, Long Island, NY.
- Receding Gum Root Coverage - Growing New Upper Gum Tissue
In this video the tunneling procedure is used to augment gum tissue in the Upper Jaw. Several adjacent teeth are showing signs of thinning root coverage. See how the procedure and specialized suturing methods are performed that moves the gum line into a healthier location. Video footage provided by Edward Brant, DDS, MS, Long Island, NY.
- Dental Bridges: Cosmetic Gum Fit
Many dentists place new dental bridgework too early. Because the underlying bone and gum tissue will begin resorption predictably, time should be alloted to allow the gum tissue to take up it's final resting place. A determination can then be made if soft tissue augmentation is needed. Only then, should the bridge be fabricated. Video footage provided by Edward Brant, DDS, MS
- Sinus Lift Surgery
Edited for graphic content and time constraints, this media segment outlines the process and procedures for performing a Sinus Lift surgery. See actual surgery sequences involved for performing sinus lift surgery that is accompanied by the insertion of bone grafting material as needed to fortify a dental implant site. Material provided by Dr. Richard Winter of Milwaukee Wisconsin
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