How to detect heaving
If you have sensitivity to cold or notice that your gums have retracted, exposing the root of your tooth, you are probably suffering from loosening.
The different types of recovery
Free autogenous grafting involves removing a thin layer of skin from the palate and placing it under the existing attached gingiva. This type of graft offers excellent results and greatly increases the quantity and strength of the attached gingiva, thus preventing the progression of receding gums.
Allodermal grafting its main advantages are that it’s available in large quantities, so you can graft several adjacent teeth at the same time and avoid taking gum tissue from the palate.
Connective tissue grafting connective tissue is harvested from beneath the superficial gingiva of the customer’s palate and inserted beneath the gingiva adjacent to the teeth affected by loosening. Its main advantages are the highly aesthetic results obtained, as well as the possibility of re-covering tooth roots affected by gingival recession. With this type of graft, the client cannot reject the graft, as it comes from tissue taken from his or her own mouth.
PRGF can be used during your transplant for optimal healing.