Laser Gum Treatment
There is a reason why gum disease, or periodontal disease, is one of the most common and most serious dental problems. Laser gum treatment can reverse this. The disease tends to develop in ways you could dismiss as minor:
Persistent bad breath
Red or swollen gums
Bleeding gums when brushing teeth
Losing a tooth is just one of the negative results you could experience if you have gum disease and it goes untreated. Gum disease has also been linked with stroke and heart disease and could even worsen cases of diabetes. If you have any concerns please contact a FLOSS Dental professional to discuss.
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Gum disease is what results when a gum inflammation or gingivitis is overlooked or left unnoticed. Without proper and sufficient oral hygiene, bacterial growth can lead to gum inflammation, forming pockets around the teeth which later get infected from the debris they collects. This then destroys gum tissues and the bones surrounding the teeth, making teeth loose before they are eventually lost.
Laser Gum Surgery
Medications and Deep Cleaning are two of the treatments you can avail for mild cases of gum disease. A cut-and-sew procedure seems to be the obvious option for treatment. Surgery can be an invasive treatment that would take time to recover from. However, it is not the only one. Because we value your convenience and comfort, we offer an alternative that promises good results.
We have adopted the LANAP (Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure) technology in our dental clinics to help you solve your periodontal problem in a more rapid, safe, and pain-free way. This technology uses laser light to gently remove harmful bacteria and diseased tissue from your gum pockets.
Gum contouring can be a part of the overall treatment when your gums have already been affected. For more information or any questions you have about the treatments we offer, always feel free to contact us.
Aside from removing the bacteria, what is also great about the Laser Gum Treatment is that it also limits tooth sensitivity and gum recession. You will be glad to know and experience for yourself that it takes less than 24 hours of recovery time for you to enjoy the results at FLOSS Dental.