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Ashley Fieglein

I wish you had consulted me first. I could have let you know what to ask. I’ve had it done 3 times now. The first time was exactly as you describe. The next two times it was painless and the results were amazing (and he fixed what the first periodontist fucked up). The key is how they make the incisions – vertically or horizontally. You want the former as it heals MUCH faster and the quality of the tissue is better. It’s a necessary evil, but unfortunately it seems that lots of dentists out there don’t know what they’re doing… Sorry to hear. It does get better. If it doesn’t, I can refer you to a great guy in the Bay Area and give you an excuse to come visit.

Philip Boyle

Did this eventually settle down? I sometimes write articles about people's experiences (good and bad) with going to dentists and dental specialists so I'd be interested to hear how you are getting on now.

Gum Grafts

Is it fine now? Actually i also suggested to have gum graft by my dentist so i am little bit nervous.


Yes I am fine now but still I would NEVER do that again.

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