Pinhole Surgical Technique Corrects Gum Recession Instantly

A Breakthrough Treatment for Gum Recession

Scalpel-Free, Suture-Free, Conventional Graft-Free

We are excited to announce the latest in gum rejuvenation for patients with gum recession.

What is Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation?
Back in the day, the only way to treat gum recession was with a painful gum graft surgery. With Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation, patient experience a non-invasive procedure that brings gum back to a healthy level.

The procedure works by making a small pinhole in the tissue, the gums are loosened and massaged back down over the tooth where it belongs. To keep the gum in a place, a collagen strip is placed between the teeth to stabilize the gum. Most patients have minimal or no side effects from the procedure and people are able to return to normal activity within days of the procedure.

Advantages of Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation
Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation has become the most popular gum recession treatment, being featured in hundreds of news stories around the world. Before this procedure was available, the only treatment for gum recession was to graft tissue from the roof of your mouth which is a slow painful process that took weeks to recover from. It’s easy to see why Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation has become the top choice to treat gum recession. Some advantages include:

• No scalpel or sutures needed
• No skin grafting surgery
• Recovery is usually between 1-3 days
• Treatment is quicker than traditional grafting
• Can treat many teeth in one visit

Many people know they have receding gums, but were turned off by the thought of grafting skin from the roof of their mouth to restore their gums. But now, with Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation, patients can get the minimally invasive treatment option they want with results that can last a lifetime!

For more information on why gums recede and how the Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation is done, Click here!

Call Oakton Family Dentistry today to find out if you’re a candidate for Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation. Don’t wait until more problems occur because of your gum recession.