Gum Grafting with Northeast Florida Periodontics and Dental Implants in Jacksonville, FL

Contact Us: 904-737-2040

3595 Cardinal Point Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32257

Treat Your Gum Recession with the Help of Professionals

Is gum recession a problem you thought you could never solve? Let our periodontists help you with advanced, comfortable gum grafting in Jacksonville, FL.

Gum recession is a very common issue among adults, and it can lead to both aesthetic and function related problems. Dr. Roger D. Robinson regularly performs gum grafts for their patients who want to reduce the look and concerns of receding gums.

We look forward to becoming your periodontist in Jacksonville, FL!

One call to 904-737-2040 is all it takes to set up your first visit with our caring, experienced team!


Dr. Robinson has taken courses which focus on the use of AlloDerm for treatment of root exposure and soft tissue problems around implants:

  • 10 Keys for Successful Soft Tissue Surgery
  • Minimally Invasive Surgical Techniques
  • Microsurgical Instrumentation and Specialized Suturing Techniques
  • Management of Soft Tissue Deficiencies at Implant Sites
  • Interdisciplinary Management of Non-carious Cervical Lesions
  • Rationale and Technique for Using PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)
  • Management of Complications
  • Current Clinical Research Findings

Why Gums Recession Occurs

Fix Receding Gums at Northeast Florida Periodontics and Dental Implants in Jacksonville, FLGums can recede, basically start to pull back, giving you a “long in the tooth” look due to a variety of causes. After all, your gum tissues are affected every single day! From the time you wake up in the morning until the time you go to bed, you introduce many different objects into your mouth, such as your toothbrush, dental floss, food, toothpicks and even mouth jewelry.

Over time, all this friction can lead to gum recession in certain adults. While it is possible to continue getting dental care without treatment of your receding gums, there is a risk associated with ignoring the damage that has occurred. For instance, your exposed tooth root could be left without any protection against disease and decay. Additionally, your teeth could become highly sensitive to foods and drinks that are hot, cold or sugary.

Without intervention in the form of a gum graft surgery, your gums will not be able to renew themselves or give you the smile you desire.

How a Gum Grafting Surgery in Jacksonville, FL Works

When our periodontists perform a gum grafting surgery, they typically take gum tissue from another part of your mouth, such as the palate, and reattach it to the area of gum recession. The reattachment is done using sutures that precisely stitch together the gum tissues. The new gums are contoured, so when the site heals, it looks completely natural. Many patients report that they are surprised how easy the process can be! They are also thrilled with the results – no more receding gums or “long teeth”!


Want to discover how we can help you solve your gum recession? Contact our Northeast Florida Periodontics & Dental Implants office in Jacksonville, FL, at (904) 737-2040.