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cheek - gum-surgery
The implant was removed after several months –the gum did not heal around it but my cheek appeared to be “glue” to my gum, now I have one line: cheek –gum together and any attempt to disconnect them from each other, gave negative results.
My current surgeon tried to use regular knife and laser knife, but after one or two weeks after surgery, cheek and gum health together as before surgery, only with more scar tissue. Now I have swelling between my gum and cheek, it pulling my gum down and uncovering my nearby teeth. How to solve this issue? Is somebody had similar problem???



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