Gum Graft 101: Treating Receding Gums [infographic]

Full Mouth Reconstruction

Receding gums are often a sign of periodontal disease, although that is not the only reason you may your gums can start pulling back from your teeth. Fortunately, the dental professionals at the LANAP & Implant Center of Pennsylvania know just what to do to repair your gums.

A gum graft is a great way to restore tissue that may have been lost to gum disease or another cause.

Schedule a consultation with either of our dentists if you are worried about gum recession, and find out if a gum graft could help you. You can reach us by:

▸ Calling our Collegeville dentist office at 610-228-4366

▸ Calling our Williamsport dentist office at 570-505-6908

▸ Or filling out our online contact form.

Meet Dr. D

Dr. David DiGiallorenzo received his training at the University of Pennsylvania in the Department of Periodontics and Periodontal Prosthesis in the early 1990s. His training included prosthodontics, orthodontics, periodontics, and advanced oral reconstructive techniques, including oral implantology.

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