Dental Implants: Getting to Know Your New Tooth

Dental Implants
If you are missing a tooth then you are a good candidate for dental implants because they provide patients with missing teeth with a permanent solution. Also, dental implants are beneficial for those who are seeking to enhance the aesthetic appeal of their teeth. This is because it fills in gaps and provides restoration for missing teeth. In addition, the material that dental implants are made of helps to preserve the bone for a patient.

Before Dental Implants Surgery Prep
Before the dental implant’s surgery can take place, there are a few preparatory measures that we use in order to ensure that everything goes as smoothly as possible. These include radiographic examination also known as (x-rays), Precision surgical guide, and CT scanning. We utilized our advanced technology to provide patients with imaging and scanning that is done beforehand allows our doctor to get a better view of your mouth as well as the positioning of your bite in order to help them create a customized dental implant treatment plan designed specifically for you.

Schedule Your Appointment
If you are suffering from missing teeth, then it would be beneficial if you had dental implants installed to help provide you with restoration and to enhance the aesthetic appeal of your teeth. Please contact our office to set up your dental implant’s appointment.

Advantages Of The Chao Pinhole Surgical Technique

The Chao Pinhole Surgical Technique
If you are suffering from receding gums, then the Chao Pinhole Surgical Technique would be very beneficial for you. Receding gums are a very serious issue and if you notice that you are experiencing them it is highly important that you reach out to your local periodontist to set up a gum recession treatment appointment. Gum recession is one of the leading signs that you may be developing gum disease. With that being said when it comes to treating gum recession there is the more traditional gum grafting option versus the newer Chao Pinhole Surgical Technique.

What Is Traditional Gum Grafting?
Traditional gum grafting can be invasive for the dental patient because it involves taking healthy gum tissue from one part of the mouth and then using it to rebuild the gums by placing it in the parts of the mouth that are suffering from gum recession. A periodontist sutures the tissue onto the gums and then this newly placed healthy gum tissue will grow and heal on the placed area.

The Chao Pinhole Surgical Technique (PST)
On the other hand, the Chao Pinhole Surgical Technique does not require using grafts or any form of suturing. Instead, a small incision is made in the gum line that loosens the gum tissue and allows it to slide back over the parts of the teeth that are left exposed. The benefits of the Chao Pinhole Surgical Technique include a faster recovery for the patient, no uncomfortable
suturing, also no scalpels or any other invasive surgical tools, as well as long lasting results.

Schedule Your Gum Recession Treatment Today
If you are suffering from gum recession treatment, then it would be beneficial if you reached out to our office to schedule your gum recession treatment with us.