Chao Pinhole Technique™

Chao Pinhole technique™ for receding gums in Dubuque

Reverse gum recession without surgery

If you are a patient with gum disease, and have suffered from gum recession, you may have heard about traditional gum grafting surgery to reverse the effects. But have you heard about the fast and effective non-surgical alternative?

What is Chao Pinhole® Surgical Technique™?

Chao Pinhole® Surgical Technique™, or PST™ is a revolutionary treatment for patients suffering from gum recession caused by periodontal disease. PST™ is a less invasive alternative to traditional gum grafting surgery.

Chao Pinhole® Technique™ uses a small tool to poke tiny holes (about the size of a pin point) in the affected areas, causing a small amount of trauma to the gums. This small amount of trauma actually stimulates the gums to reverse recession and regrow healthy tissue.

What are the benefits?

Traditional gum grafting surgery requires cutting and sewing of tissue with scalpels and sutures, which creates pain and discomfort and requires a certain amount of healing and recovery time. Gum recession treatment with Chao Pinhole® Technique™ is a much different experience. The benefits of PST™ compared to traditional gum grafting surgery include:
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  • Little to no recovery time
  • Instant results
  • No cutting or stitches
  • Minimally invasive
  • Faster procedure
  • Minimal to no pain & discomfort
  • Improved aesthetics
  • Protect tooth roots & save teeth
  • Restore oral health
  • Reverse effects of gum disease & recession
  • Recommended for most patients

Give us a call!

Take control of your oral health and reverse gum recession today! If you have any questions about Chao Pinhole® Surgical Technique™, or would like to schedule a consultation with your Dubuque periodontist – Dr. James Fili at Dubuque Periodontics – give us a call today at (563) 538-1003.

Existing Patients call 563-557-7569
New Patients call 563-538-1003

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Wednesday 8:00 - 5:00
Thursday 8:00 - 5:00

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