I would like to share this case with you:
a 59 year old female patient needs a prosthetic rehabilitation of implants 44 and 46.
Medical history: rheumatism, colitis and arthrosis, medication with cortisone.
There is a pronounced lack of keratinized mucosa.
How would you proceed?
1) Would you increase the width of keratinized mucosa?
2) What kind of graft would you use?
(FGG vs. CTS? autologous graft vs. collagen material?)
3) When would you do the treatment, in combination with abutment connection or separate?
Thank you very much for your comments!
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