All Posts in Category: Dental Procedures

Case Study: How We Use The Pinhole Procedure For Receding Gums

Gum disease is a leading cause of tooth loss. Unfortunately, once gum tissue is destroyed it doesn’t grow back. Fortunately, innovative treatment methods. One such treatment is the pinhole procedure for receding gums.

We previously published a short article about the pinhole procedure for receding gums. In the past, gum grafting was the go-to treatment to prevent tooth loss to treat damage from more advanced gingivitis. This treatment is invasive and tends to be painful.

The pinhole gum surgery reverses gingival recession without grafting. This treatment is less invasive than grafting and other surgical options.

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how to fix small teeth

Case Study: How to Fix Small Teeth With Peg Lateral Treatment

Southview Dental offers modern treatments to help our patients enjoy a lifetime of beautiful and healthy smiles. Sometimes patients feel concerned about small, misshapen front teeth known as peg laterals.

Patients sometimes visit us with a simple question, “how to fix small teeth?” Thanks to modern dentistry, we can fix peg laterals and create a more symmetrical smile. Before we explore treatment options, we need to explain what peg laterals are and how they affect the appearance of some people’s teeth.

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How We Make a Difference Through Advanced Dental Technologies

Modern advanced dental technologies help dentists create a better dental care experience for patients. Southview Dentistry embraces the best modern technology and techniques to offer our patients effective treatment in a more comfortable environment.

Dentistry has changed over the past ten years, and it continues to evolve. New and emerging tools and techniques allow professional dentists to offer bespoke services that suit your unique mouth and your needs.

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how to fix gum recession

Case Study: How to Fix Gum Recession

People often think that pearly white teeth are a sign of health and vitality. However, your gums are the key to a healthy mouth. Inflamed gums recede to leave teeth vulnerable. Patients often ask how to fix gum recession.

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