Soft tissue grafting (gum graft) in dentistry is a surgical procedure that involves the addition of soft tissue, such as gum tissue, to the mouth to repair or rebuild areas of the gums that have receded or been damaged.
Periodontal regeneration is a type of treatment that is used to restore the structure and function of the gums and supporting structures of the teeth that have been lost or damaged due to periodontal disease.
All-on-four (also known as full arch implant solutions) is a dental implant treatment option that utilizes four strategically placed dental implants to support an entire arch of replacement teeth, either on the upper jaw, lower jaw or both.
IV (intravenous) sedation is a type of sedation that is administered through a vein, usually in the arm or hand. It is a form of conscious sedation that is used to help patients relax during dental or medical procedures.