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Dr. Loyd Dowd of Tyler Dental Care in Tyler, TX is encouraging area residents to let Septembers designation as Self-Improvement Month make now the time that they seek solutions for gum recession to restore beautiful smiles and prevent against the loss of teeth. Dr. Dowd offers the revolutionary new and minimally invasive Chao Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation technique to repair receding gums without grafts, cuts, or stitches in less time than any method before it.
Tyler, TX (PRWEB) September 02, 2014
Residents who struggle with ongoing gum recession can now look to Dr. Loyd Dowd of Tyler Dental Care in Tyler, TX and his use of the Chao Pinhole Surgical Technique to bring back normal and healthy gum levels with no cuts or stitches and with very little discomfort. By making it easier than ever before to repair receding gums, Dr. Dowd hopes that this Septembers Self-Improvement Month can motivate more area residents to seek help for this problem.
Gum recession is a common side effect and symptom of periodontal infection. It can be very serious because if the gums recede too far, the teeth will not be supported properly and may be lost. This can be unsettling to patients who do not want the cosmetic appearance of missing teeth. It can also open up the possibility root surface decay and damage, as these areas become more susceptible as the gum line recedes. When seeking dental care in Tyler, TX, patients should understand the importance of gum health and how it can protect against many other oral health issues such as root decay and tooth loss.
Most surgeries that addressed gum recession in the past required painful grafting processes. They took healthy gum from other parts of the mouth and stitched it into place where recession was severe. The Chao Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation method, however, changes all of that. It uses no scalpels, makes no cuts, and requires no stitches. Instead, Dr. Dowd is able to use a small opening in the gum tissue nearby the area of recession to gently reposition the tissue over the exposed root to restore a natural gum line. Bleeding, pain, and swelling are generally minimal and the visible results are noticeable immediately.
Residents are encouraged to visit Dr. Loyd Dowd at Tyler Dental Care in Tyler, TX to discuss how they can get help with their receding gums and have the smiles they once had, making September their best Self-Improvement Month yet. More information on the Chao Pinhole Surgical Technique is also available on Dr. Dowds website.
About The Doctor
Dr. Loyd Dowd is an advanced surgical and restorative general dentist offering personalized dental care for patients in Tyler, TX. Dr. Dowd attended Tyler Junior College and then received his BS in Biology from the University of Texas at Arlington. He then received his DDS from the University of Texas Dental Branch at Houston. He accomplished fellowships at the International Congress of Oral Implantologists and a two year Pharmacology fellowship in cancer chemotherapy at the University Of Texas Graduate School Of Biomedical Studies, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. Dr. Dowd is part of one percent of dental professionals providing the LANAP® FDA cleared laser procedure for gum disease and periodontal treatment. Dr. Dowd is also part of the less than one percent of dentists in Texas board certified to provide IV Twilight Sleep Conscious Sedation. Dr. Dowd and his team provide many state of the art, minimally invasive procedures seldom found in other general dental practices. To learn more about Dr. Dowd and his dental services, visit his website at http://www.tylerdentalcare.com and call (903) 482-4755.
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