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How are soft tissue grafts used to treat gum disease?

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Soft tissue grafts reinforce thin gums or fills in places where gums have receded. Grafted tissue, most often taken from the roof of the mouth, is stitched in place, adding tissue to the affected area.

From: Treatments for Gum Disease WebMD Medical Reference

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American Dental Association.

Reviewed by Michael Friedman on October 10, 2019

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American Dental Association.

Reviewed by Michael Friedman on October 10, 2019

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