Do you have receding gums? Have your gums receded off of your tooth? Are your teeth sensitive to cold due to your receding gums? Have you been told you need Gum Graft Surgery?
If so the Pinhole Gum Lift may be a solution to reversing your situation. Receding gums are a common occurrence. There are different theories as to why gums recede. Some of the theories behind gum recession include Vigorous tooth brushing with a hard brush and an abrasive tooth tooth paste, Occlusal discrepancy, and Genetics. If you think you have over brushed your teeth with a hard toothbrush and an abrasive toothpaste then consider a soft tooth brush with a modified brushing technique. You are welcome to visit us and have a consultation regarding your brushing habits. Some periodontists have documented the ability for gum recession to bounce back just by changing the tooth brushing technique. If this does not solve the problem then you are welcome to come in to see if you are a candidate for the Pinhole Gum Lift.
The Pinhole Gum Lift is also known to PST, Pin Hole Surgical Technique, Pin Hole Gum Rejuvenation. The Pinhole Gum Lift is a minimally invasive procedure that does not require the use of scalpels, sutures or, nor a gum graft from your palate. Patients report they have minimal to no discomfort after the procedure.
The alternative to the Pinhole Gum lift is a Gum Graft Surgery for receding gums. Advantages to the Pin Hole treatment is that no scalpels are used to open and peel the gums off the bone since no scalpels are used there is no need to use stitches (sew you back up). Another advantage compared to traditional gum graft procedures is that no tissue needs to be removed from other areas of the mouth to be placed under the gums. Since none of your connective tissue needs to be harvested (usually from your palate) then you do not need to have that extra surgery done.
Call us to make an appointment to see if we can help you-562-869 – 0928