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There are a variety of tumors of the gum, most of them benign. However it is advisable to remove them and analyze them by a pathologist on microscope.
This lesion occurs frequently associated with advanced periodontitis as in this case, and in diabetic patients
Bone loss is so severe that generates an abscess. Image corresponding to the previous photo
The frenulum is incorrectly inserted (very close to the gum) and it generates traction on the margin of the gum causing a recession
Localized Gingival Recession
These types of injuries are caused by aggressive brushing and by using hard bristle toothbrushes
Generalized Gingival Recession