Pinhole Surgical Technique
Dental Care Center Turlock
Dr. Davoud is a great doctor. He gave me an excellent experience with an explanation about what was going on with me. He is very skillful, nice and funny doctor. Plus that he left his family to come and check on my tooth. The staff is so nice and have the patience of saints!
~ Mariam Adam
Gum recession is a problem that occurs over time, sometimes over many years. Because of its progressive nature, it is possible to have this problem and not know it. At first, signs of recession are very subtle. The initial exposure of root surfaces may cause your teeth to feel sensitive to varying temperatures. You may feel notches near the gum line or notice that your teeth appear longer than they used to. If you experience any of these symptoms, we encourage you to schedule care with us. Our experienced team offers you a comfortable environment in which your oral health can be expertly managed.
Finding the cause
Recession of gingival tissue is often associated with gum disease. However, there are other reasons why this problem may develop. Like gum disease, recession may be a genetic issue. Hereditary factors aside, some people notice a greater extent of recession as a result of hygiene habits. Attempts to reach optimal cleanliness may lead to over aggressive brushing. Abrasions from toothbrush bristles can break down healthy gum tissue, allowing more tooth structure to become visible. Grinding and clenching, as well as poor alignment may also be contributing factors to receding gums.
Treating gum recession
It is important to obtain treatment for receding gums because the consequences of this condition extend far beyond the appearance of your smile. When gum tissue becomes weak, it pulls away from the tooth structure. This allows pockets to form. Bacteria can flourish in these small spaces. These unhealthy organisms are protected within pockets, which enables them to promote acidity further the development of periodontal disease.
offers conservative care for patients facing gum disease and recession. In addition to inhibiting bacterial activity with root scaling and ozone treatments, he has the advanced training to perform Chao Pinhole® Surgical Technique.
Pinhole gum surgery is a significant improvement over traditional surgery for gum recession. This minimally-invasive micro dentistry procedure accelerates regeneration of healthy gum tissue. No incisions, no tissue grafting from the roof of the mouth, no painful recovery. The Chao Pinhole® Surgical Technique involves the gentle release and shifting of localized tissue through a tiny pinhole. Within a few days of their procedure, many people see a noticeable improvement in the condition of their gums.
We are pleased to offer you and your family the most conservative dentistry from a holistic perspective. To learn more about Pinhole gum rejuvenation in Turlock, call 209-656-9504.
Gum recession is a problem most adults face as a result of numerous factors. For information on Pinhole gum rejuvenation, call Dr. Davoud at
Dr. Ramsin Davoud and his team have the necessary skills and expertise to perform pinhole surgery as an effective treatment for gum disease and gum recession. Most people notice an improvement in their gums a few days after surgery. CALL (209) 666-8867 NOW OR BOOK AN APPOINTMENT