Increased papilla between implant and tooth with TEH use of hyaluronic acid injection: A case report
This case report study was published in 2018 in Journal of IP International Journal of Periodontology and Implantology by Brazilian specialists. The objective of this present article is to report a clinical case of injectable hyaluronic acid use associated to the gingival prosthetic conditioning for the increase of the dental papilla height between teeth and implants.
It is observable in this case that the use of injectable hyaluronic acid associated to gingival prosthetic conditioning will lead to the growth of the interdental papilla between tooth and dental implant, therefore it is possible to consider this as an alternative for surgical treatment of soft tissue manipulation for the reconstruction of the papillae. It would be necessary to follow up on the results for a greater period of time to properly evaluate the long term results and possible relapse.