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Pinhole Surgical Technique Dunwoody, GA & Atlanta, GA

Treat Receding Gums Without Surgery

Effective Gum Recession Treatment Options

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If you are experiencing sensitive teeth or are self-conscious about your smile because of receding gums, talk to Dr. Gregg Codelli about gum recession treatment with the Chao Pinhole® Surgical Technique in Dunwoody, GA.

This non-surgical treatment has helped many patients enjoy both oral health and aesthetic benefits. Dr. Codelli has extensive experience performing this procedure with a high success rate.

The Chao Pinhole Surgical Technique is a minimally-invasive alternative to gum surgery available at our office in Dunwoody, GA and delivers immediate results. We can transform the gum line in a single treatment and the procedure is performed in our office with little to no downtime required. Since there are no needles, scalpels, and sutures involved, most patients enjoy a fast healing time with less bleeding and discomfort.

Benefits of PST:

  • Minimally invasive alternative to gum surgery
  • Minimal bleeding, swelling, or pain
  • Immediate cosmetic benefits
  • Corrects gum recession without surgery
  • No incisions or sutures involved
  • Fast recovery and healing time
  • Multiple teeth can be treated in a single visit
  • Healthier and more attractive smile
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Non-Surgical Approach to Treating Receding Gums

Many patients can benefit from the Chao Pinhole Surgical Technique, an innovative technique that involves using specialized tools to gently pull existing gum tissue either up or down over the areas with gum recession. The gums reattach to the teeth in their new position fairly quickly and results are almost immediate. This involves no scalpels or sutures and causes minimal bleeding.

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  • Traditional Gum Graft VS Chao Pinhole Surgical Technique

Understanding the Causes of Gum Recession

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Gum recession is one of the most common side effects of periodontal disease. It can also occur from using the wrong type of toothbrush, brushing too hard, or if the gums have torn or become weak due to certain medications. If you have lost a significant amount of gum tissue around your teeth, schedule an appointment with Dr. Codelli at Codelli Periodontics & Implants to learn more about the latest techniques to treat receding gums in Dunwoody, GA near Sandy Springs and Atlanta.

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