Photos below are before and after images
of actual cases treated by Dr. Avera
GRAFTS FOR ROOT COVERAGE
The Subepithelial Connective Tissue Graft is used for root coverage.
GRAFTS TO INCREASE KERATINIZED TISSUE
The Free Gingival Graft is used to increase the width
of keratinized attached tissue to prevent further recession.
COMBINATION GRAFTS TO INCREASE
KERATINIZED TISSUE AND FOR ROOT COVERAGE
A Free Gingival Graft is used to stabilize the gum tissue
first and then is followed by a Connective Tissue Graft for root coverage.
CROWN LENGTHENING FOR ESTHETICS
MULTIPLE CROWN LENGTHENING FOR ESTHETICS
Osseous recontouring is required for stability.
A FRENECTOMY FOR ESTHETICS
OR TO PREVENT DIASTEMA FORMATION
In addition to the Frenectomy two Laterally Positioned
Grafts have been placed to provide an adequate width of keratinized tissue.
EXTRUSION WITH CROWN LENGTHENING
This keeps the gingival margins in the same plane for esthetics
while providing enough tooth structure for retention of a restoration.
SINGLE TOOTH IMPLANTS
GRAFTS FOR COVERAGE OF AN EXPOSED
IMPLANT OR MARGIN OF A RESTORATION
BONE GRAFT FOR RIDGE PRESERVATION
AND/OR IMPLANT PLACEMENT
These lesions were treated with a synthetic bone graft material.
Photos Copyright © 2005 John B. Avera, D.D.S., M.S.