you have already had a consultation about the periodontal /gum problem you have. It can range from grafting of gum from any other part of your mouth to bone grafting, depending on type of problem you have. The charges can be variable depending on the extent of the problem, treatment plan and skill of the operator. So do not get confused and go for a personal consultation to another dentist if you want to have second opinion.
It's basically a surgery where in quadrant wise treatment is done to clear all the roots of the teeth below the gums of deposit by raising gum flap under local anaesthesia .If after opening the flap there is bone defect if any. Then artificial bone is placed in the area of defect. And flap is stitched back. And then stitches are removed after 7 days if any or else during treatment like deep curretage under local anesthesia stitches are generally not required. If more details you need kindly name the procedure advised by your surgeon.
Hello Gum grafting generally cost 5-10 thousand per quadrant. We split our mouth into 4 quadrants. In periodontitis sign: Loosening of gums Bleeding from gums Pocket formation Food lodgement in btw teeth Gums Receding Teeth loosening Treatment is first we need to remove the cause that is tar tar by professional deep cleaning n root planning Followed by flap surgery or latest LANAP Then soft tissue grafting simultaneously.
Last treatment splinting for loosening teeth.
Kindly get an full mouth xray done n consult dentist for final treatment plan.
Gums graft generally we do in patients with gums recession if gums are lost due to inflammation. We bring back gums to its original position by doing surgery. Cost would vary doctor to doctor. Form 5k to up to 50k
When roots of teeth exposed due to periodontal infection gum graft treatment done. Cost of surgery depends on periodontist, your medical condition for surgery and the grafts whether taken from your palate or other oral site or artificial graft.
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