Continuing Education For Our Patients
As part of his dedicated and aggressive continuing education regimen, Dr. Ed DeAndrade has again brought a ground breaking new gum restoration procedure to Anthem Periodontics and Dental Implants here in Las Vegas and Henderson to restore gum recession.
Having gum recession means that the root portion of your tooth that should be covered with gum and bone has been exposed. That exposure, which is aesthetically displeasing and usually has temperature sensitivity, can eventually lead to tooth loss. The good news for you is that this can be resolved with little to no down time, and no cutting or suturing of your gums. The revolutionary procedure that has been developed to achieve this is the Chao Pinhole Surgical Technique. This gum regeneration procedure has been shown to be very successful in restoring natural gum lines, and is a very popular procedure with our patients as it easily regenerates the gums in a virtually pain free, non-invasive fashion resulting in no down time-you can be back to work the next day!
Periodontists Specialize in Your Gums
Dr. Ed DeAndrade is currently the first and only board-certified periodontist to be offering the Chao Pinhole Surgical Technique in Las Vegas. Seeing a specialist allows the patient to get the most trained doctor in that specific field for treatment of their ailment. Just as a cardiologist would be the first choice to handle your heart issues, the periodontist, a specialist with three years of advanced training in gum surgery alone, is the obvious choice to perform the gum-regenerating Pinhole Technique. If you have gum recession, and you want to get your recession fixed in the most non-invasive, least expensive and most comfortable way possible, you owe it to yourself to see Dr. Ed DeAndrade-the periodontal specialist to treat your ailment.
Learn More About The Pinhole Surgical Technique
Dr. DeAndrade Talks About the Pinhole Surgical Technique he has brought here to Las Vegas to restore lost gum tissue, replacing traditional gum grafting surgery: