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Old 12-10-2010, 11:36 AM
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Originally Posted by Bryanna View Post
He may be referring to granulation tissue. That frequently forms at the site of a surgical wound. If it continues to grow there, it may have to be removed because it will cause a deep pocket. That's why he is suggesting you use various forms of cleaning methods to reduce the formation of the granulation tissue. Makes perfect sense!

Bryanna


QUOTE=p_v13;724289]He mentioned it was scare tissue and possible fat. he said this was a spot that when he closed the area, my gums did not quite meet.

does this sound logical?

-P
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thank you so much for all of your responses Bryanna, it really helped put my mind at ease with all of the doubts i had about having the surgery in the first place. it's nice to have a second mind to pick on such matters.

happy holidays to you and your loved ones!
-P
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