Pinhole Surgical Technique Lakeland FL

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Reverse the Effects of Gum Recession without Grafting

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Gum Recession is a Common Concern

Is a receding gum line keeping you from a confident smile? Gum recession occurs when the gums shrink away from a tooth, exposing the root surface beneath to the oral environment. Approximately 50 percent of adults age 18-64 have one or more areas of gum recession*, making the condition one of the more common among patients today. Many, however, forgo treatment out of fear of invasive grafting procedures. We can correct recession with a minimally-invasive procedure called the Chao Pinhole® Surgical Technique (PST™).

PST can reverse the effects of gum recession caused by:

Modern, Advanced Care Minimizes Discomfort, Expedites Recovery

Dr. David Campbell performs the Chao Pinhole® Surgical Technique in our office. PST is considered the most innovative, minimally invasive gum recession care available today. PST is a revolutionary, modern alternative to traditional gum grafting techniques that gently repositions the gum line to a healthier position on the teeth. PST differs from gum grafting in a number of ways, such as:

  • No incisions or sutures
  • Less invasive
  • Minimal pain or discomfort
  • Reduced bleeding
  • Multiple areas treated in one visit
  • Immediate cosmetic results
  • Faster recovery time
  • Less post-op discomfort
PST Conventional Gum Grafting vs Chao Pinhole Surgical

Chao Pinhole® Surgical Technique Before and After

Pinhole Surgical Technique

Sharons’s Before and After

Pinhole Surgical Technique

Cynthia’s Before and After

Your Teeth Require Healthy Gum Tissues

Receded gum tissues will not grow back, or return to a healthy position, on their own. Once we determine and address the root cause of your receding gum line, treating the condition is very important for your oral health, and for restoring the appearance of your smile.

Apart from the cosmetic blemishes gum recession causes, exposure of the delicate root surfaces places these areas at serious risk for problems like:

  • Root decay
  • Root damage
  • Tooth sensitivity
  • Loose teeth
  • Tooth loss
  • Further oral complications

Your gums help protect your teeth and afford an attractive, confident smile. Get the minimally invasive gum recession care you need, and schedule your PST™ consultation today!

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