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Volume 18 , Issue 5
September/October 1998

Pages 467-473


Surgical Reconstruction of the Interdental Papilla

Azzi/Etienne/Carranza


PMID: 10093523
DOI: 10.11607/prd.00.0281

The traditional goal of disease elimination in the anterior region opens the interproximal spaces, causing flattening or cratering of the interdental papilla. Today’s patients increasingly demand esthetic results in addition to periodontal treatment, and recent advances in periodontal plastic surgery have enhanced the periodontist’s ability to address these concerns. Three case reports demonstrate a proposed surgical technique for the reconstruction of collapsed interdental papillae using a connective tissue graft under the buccal and palatal flaps


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