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Wayne Dentist Explains “Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation”

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BY Fine Dental Care

“It’s revolutionary and truly amazing,” says Dr. Bruce Fine of Fine Dental Care in Wayne. “An incision-free, suture-free, nearly painless treatment for receding gums.”

The “Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation” technique is a patented technology for gum recession and root coverage. Pinhole gum therapy is a breakthrough alternative to the cutting (gum grafts) and stitching necessary in the traditional treatment of receding gums. Dr. Fine is the first dentist on the East Coast to provide this groundbreaking treatment.

How It Works

Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation works through a small pinhole in the gum tissue made by a needle, which the dentist uses specially designed instruments to gently loosen, gliding the tissue over the receded part of the tooth.

Gum grafting has evolved from a very painful, hit or miss, invasive surgery that could only address 2 or 3 teeth at a time, to a quick and effective treatment that is predictable and virtually pain free. Since there is no incision or suturing in this technique, patients can expect no or minimal post-operative symptoms (such as bleeding, pain and swelling).

Besides the health and comfort advantages of treating receding gums and covering roots that are causing pain, most patients are also pleasantly surprised after a Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation by the instant cosmetic improvement. Your smile looks like it did when you were a teenager.

This ground-breaking invention, a knife-less, stitch-free method for repairing receding gums, is proven to be a more predictable, minimally invasive, and a cost-effective alternative to traditional grafting techniques. “Dental technology just keeps getting better, less and less painful and more and more effective,” says Dr. Fine.

Take Years Off Your Smile

If you have questions on the “Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation” or would like a no charge consultation, feel free to call Dr. Bruce Fine at his Wayne office, Fine Dental Care at (973) 633-5440. Or for more information visit

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