Receding gums can now be treated with no scalpels, no stitches and virtually no downtime.
Milburn, NJ (PRWEB) July 29, 2015
"Patients with receding gums in can now benefit from Chao PInhole Gum Rejuvenation™, an advanced minimally invasive treatment for receding gums with no scalpels, no stitches and no need to remove tissue from the roof of the mouth to be grafted. The Pinhole treatment is the best alternative for treatment of receding gums for patients who don’t want to undergo traditional gum grafting surgery,” says Dr. Vladimir Gashinsky, of Holistic Dental Center in Milburn, NJ. “Receding gums are reversed in minutes, all through one or more tiny pinholes made in the gums which virtually disappear overnight. The Pinhole treatment is much easier on patients, as many report very little or no post-op pain,” says Dr. Gashinsky.
Dr. Gashinsky has launched a public awareness campaign on the causes of receding gums and the new easier treatment. He recently appeared in a two-part interview on News 12 New Jersey. Part 2 of the interview can be seen by visiting this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p0w73imU4Z4
"Chao Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation™ is encouraging more patients to accept needed treatment for gum recession," says Dr. Gashinsky. “That’s a big contrast to the reaction we would hear from patients when told that they needed gum grafting surgery," he says. "The Pinhole treatment is a minimally invasive alternative to gum grafting surgery that will help patients look more attractive, address tooth sensitivity and preserve teeth and oral health.”
“Rather than cutting and transferring gum tissue to cover receding areas of the gums, Chao Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation™ takes just a few minutes per tooth, and we can treat multiple teeth at the same time,” says Dr. Gashinsky. “The treatment is also known as the Chao Pinhole Surgical Technique™.”
How the Pinhole Gum Treatment Is Done:
First, the gums are numbed with a local anesthetic and one or more tiny entry points (about the size of a ballpoint pen tip) are made in the gum above the tooth or teeth to be treated. A small dental instrument is inserted into the entry point and moved to free the gum tissue, then the gums are guided down to cover the exposed roots. Dr. Gashinsky then uses a small angled forceps to place several tiny collagen strips through the entry point and positions them under the gums which help to keep the tissue in place as new collagen is formed by the body. This completes the procedure which takes about an hour start to finish depending on the number of teeth treated. The small entry points heal quickly and are usually virtually undetectable by the next day. “Patients can go back to normal activities and eat regular meals the next day, in most cases” says Dr. Gashinsky.
For more information on the new Pinhole treatment for receding gums visit http:http://www.HolisticDentalCenterNJ.com and call 973.379.9080.