Pinhole Surgical Technique™ to Treat Gum Recession in Whittier, CA
Modern Alternative Treatment for Gum Recession
Has a receding gum line changed your smile? Gum recession, a common result of gum disease, impacts the health of the teeth and appearance of the smile, leaving many self-conscious and seeking gum repair. Maybe you have heard of traditional gum grafting, yet are apprehensive about undergoing this treatment due to fear of pain or a long healing process.
With the revolutionary Chao Pinhole® Surgical Technique (PST™) from Dr. Kayvon Javid and Dr. Mariam Nadi, you can get the most minimally invasive treatment available now, and begin feeling better about your smile right from the start.Contact Us About a Free Consultation
Traditional Treatment Gives Way to Modern Care
When gum tissues pull away from and recede down the length of the teeth, gum recession has occurred. Traditionally, patients undergo gum grafting surgery to replace lost gum tissue, enduring multiple treatments and long recovery periods.
Rising as the treatment of choice, however, is today’s modern PST™. This minimally invasive service is performed through a pinhole-sized opening in the gum tissue, allowing our doctors to gently move the gum line to a healthier area on the tooth. With such a conservative, virtually painless procedure, you never need to fear getting the care you need for better oral health.
Advanced, Effective Care From an Industry Leader
To perform PST™, dentists must receive highly specialized training and certification. In fact, only a small percentage of dentists worldwide are qualified to treat patients with the innovative PST™. When gum recession threatens the beauty and health of your teeth and gums, trust Drs. Javid and Nadi’s expertise and dedication to providing the most advanced technology in use to get you back to living your life and loving your smile.Schedule an Appointment
Advantages of PST™ Over Traditional Grafting
- Comfortable, minimally invasive procedure
- Immediate smile benefits
- Reduced treatment time
- Expedited healing process
- Very little bleeding
- No sutures required
- Minimal post-op discomfort
- Reduced need for anesthetic