Dr. Roxanne Lowenguth D.D.S., M.S. is certified to perform the Pinhole®Surgical Technique in Rochester, NY

 

Pinhole® breakthrough treatment offers patients an easier, minimally invasive option to correct gum recession. 

The Pinhole® Surgical Technique/ Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation® invented and patented by John Chao, D.D.S., is a scalpel-free, suture-free procedure for treating gum recession.

This procedure is performed by making small holes with a needle in the gum tissue. Using specially designed instruments, the gum tissue is loosened and guided over the receded part of the tooth. Since there is no incision or suturing, patients can expect minimal post-operative symptoms (pain, swelling and bleeding). Most patients also are pleasantly surprised by the instant cosmetic improvement. 

To learn more about the Pinhole® Surgical Technique, please contact our office.

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Meet Roxanne Lowenguth, DDS, MS

Pinhole® Surgical Technique Certified Dentist in Rochester, NY

Dr. Lowenguth is originally from Albany, New York. She graduated magna cum laude from Siena College in Loudonville, New York with a BS in biology. Following college graduation from Siena College, she attended SUNY at Buffalo’s School of Dental Medicine, graduating at the top of her class.

During dental school, she was actively involved in scientific research and was awarded the Oral Biology Fellowship, academic achievement award from the American Association of Women’s Dentists, and was the recipient of the Outstanding Student Award in Periodontics from the American Academy of Periodontology. After meeting her husband Dr. Mark Lowenguth, a native of Rochester, in dental school, she abandoned her plans to move to the West Coast and came to Rochester to study Periodontics at Eastman Dental Center. Additionally, she received a grant from NIDR for masters training at the University of Rochester. This grant was awarded to select students throughout the country in order to educate scientists, teachers and researchers in dentistry.

 

Educational and Career Highlights

  • Attended Eastman Dental Center and the University of Rochester on an NIDR (National Institute of Dental Research) Fellowship

  • Completed certificate in Periodontics in 1989 and MS degree in Dental Research (Histology) from the University of Rochester in 1990

  • Board Certified Diplomate in Periodontics in 1993 – American Board of Periodontics

  • Served as a full-time faculty member at Eastman Dental Center (EDC) Department of Periodontics from 1989-98 (involved in education of periodontal graduate students)

  • Clinical Director of Periodontics at EDC from 1991-96

  • Participant in clinical research trials in both a student capacity and as faculty in the Department of Periodontics

  • Principal investigator in periodontal drug studies to develop alternative treatments for gum disease

  • Co-assisted in the development and evaluation of implant planning software (Anatomage) and implant diagnostics for National Implant Corporation(s)

  • Presented her research in national forums for both periodontal and implant topics

  • Published research findings in peer-reviewed scientific journals

  • Contributed a chapter in a published textbook on periodontal regeneration

  • Lectured locally and nationally on clinical periodontics and implants

  • Over 25 years experience in periodontal and implant surgery

  • Co-investigator for stem cell research in periodontal wound healing

  • Dr. Lowenguth has practiced Periodontics and Implant Surgery in Rochester since 1989, and is married to Mark Lowenguth, D.D.S. They have one daughter, two poodles and a burmese cat. Dr. Lowenguth loves athletic activities, she played division I basketball and softball in college. More recently, she has taken up running with Fleet Feet Sports and ran the Chicago Marathon for charity, raising more than for $13,000 Autism Up.

  • Dr. Lowenguth enjoys travel and has been almost around the world. She hopes to visit every continent and as many countries as possible, as she loves to learn about people and their culture. For relaxation, she enjoys time with good friends and family, reading nonfiction, cycling and running.

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