Treating Receding Gums With Dr. Vladimir Gashinsky To Be Featured On News 12 New Jersey

Dentist Dr. Vladimir Gashinsky shows Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation on "12 To Your Health" on News 12 New Jersey at 6:15 am June 27, repeating throughout the day.

Online PR News – 19-June-2015 – Milburn, New Jersey – Dr. Vladimir Gashinsky, a leading holistic dentist is appearing in a two-part series featuring a new treatment for receding Gums on News 12 New Jersey’s "12 To Your Health" segments. The first segment will air on Saturday June 27 starting at 6:15 a.m. and will repeat throughout the day at 15 minutes past each hour. Dr. Gashinsky will be introducing "Chao Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation™", a minimally invasive treatment to correct receding gums without the cutting, stitches and recovery time required with conventional gum grafting surgery. Dr. Gashinsky will show viewers why receding gums affect 50% of the population of all ages at one time or another. "Gum recession can make a person look older, cause tooth sensitivity and may lead to eventual tooth loss," says Dr. Gashinsky. "Leading causes of gum recession include inappropriate brushing and gum disease."

Part 2 of Dr. Gashinsky's segment on Treating Receding Gums will air on News 12 New Jersey on Saturday, July 4 with the same schedule, running at a quarter past each hour starting at 6:15 a.m.

"The standard treatment for receding gums has been conventional gum grafting surgery which requires a section of the roof of the mouth to be cut out and sewn into place to cover the receded areas," says Dr. Gashinsky. "Because of the pain and trauma involved most dentists will only treat one or two teeth at a time, then wait for the patient to heal before treating any additional areas. For a patient with several areas of recession, the process could take months or even years. However, Chao Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation™, also known as the Pinhole Surgical Technique® is done through one or more tiny pinholes using a method and instruments invented by Los Angeles dentist Dr. John Chao. Because Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation does not require incisions or sutures, patients can have a much more comfortable treatment," says Dr. Gashinsky. 

Dr. Gashinsky says that he makes one or more small pinholes in the gums, then uses specially designed dental tools placed through the pinholes to loosen the gums and guide the tissue down to improve root coverage. "Small strips of collagen, similar to the material used for collagen injections are inserted through the pinhole to stabilize the gums," says Dr. Gashinsky. "Patients can return to normal activities almost immediately with virtually no pain in most cases. The procedure typically requires a single in-office visit and most patients will see a noticeable cosmetic improvement immediately following the procedure."

For information on the new pinhole treatment for gum recession call the Holistic Dental Center at 973-379-9080 and visit

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