Red Bank, New Jersey (PRWEB) May 07, 2014
In the new gum treatment version 2.0, the Chao Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation Treatment is rapidly becoming the treatment of choice over the old version of gum surgery that uses a scalpel, stitches and a second surgical incision site. Since the surgery is very comfortable compared to the older versions, patients are more likely to treat their gums with this procedure that helps prevent as well as treat gum recession.
What is gum recession?
Gum recession refers to the loss of gum tissue along the gum line. This can occur as a result of periodontal disease (gingivitis, periodontitis, advanced periodontitis), crooked teeth, clenching or grinding teeth, the natural aging process, or abrasive habits when it comes to brushing the teeth.
Why should gum recession be taken seriously?
When gum recession occurs, the root structure of the tooth becomes exposed. This means that tooth decay and other problems can affect the teeth along the gumline and beneath it. Since healthy gums are essential for a healthy mouth, getting gum recession treated is important for lasting dental health.
What is the Pinhole Surgical Technique™ (PST™)?
The Pinhole Surgical Technique™ is a minimally invasive option for treating gum recession and preventing advancing gum recession. Unlike traditional grafting techniques, PST™ is scalpel incision and suture free.
How does the Pinhole Surgical Technique™ (PST™) differ from traditional gum grafting?
Traditional gum recession treatments involve the use of donor tissue or soft tissue grafts in order to rebuild the gum line. This soft tissue would be sutured in place and would join with existing gum tissue as it healed.
While this traditional grafting treatment is effective, comparable results with better patient experience can be achieved through the Pinhole Surgical Technique™.
How is Pinhole Surgical Technique™ (PST™) performed?
During the Pinhole Surgical Technique™, a needle is used to make a small hole in the patient’s existing gum tissue. Through this pinhole, special instruments are used to gently loosen the gum tissue. These tools help expand and slide the gumline to cover the exposed root structure.
There are no grafts, no sutures, and no scalpel incisions needed with the Pinhole Surgical Technique™. It simply involves the adjustment of the existing tissue.
What are the benefits of Pinhole Surgical Technique™ (PST™)?
The benefits of the Pinhole Surgical Technique™ are many: