Laser Treatment for Gum Disease

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The use of lasers has modernized different industries, and this includes the field of dentistry. Today, dentists can perform dental procedures like treating periodontal disease, without the need for incision and sutures. Laser therapy is a great innovation in this era that offers many benefits to dental patients. Here are some of the advantages of using Laser in Periodontal Therapy:

  • Recovery Period is Shorter – When using laser therapy, gums can heal much quicker compared to other traditional periodontal treatments. In a short span of time, after laser treatment, you can get back to your daily routine without any problems.
  • Minimal Bleeding – Using a laser in periodontal therapy poses minimal bleeding and even swelling because it’s a non-invasive procedure. Lasers also cauterize the operation site and stop bleeding as soon as the infected gums are removed.
  • Precise Procedure – Unlike traditional gum surgery wherein gum tissues are removed manually by a skilled dental surgeon; a laser can cut and remove gum tissues more accurately. Laser treatment is non-invasive and more precise when targeting infected gums.
  • Safe and Comfortable – Using a laser in periodontal therapy reduces discomfort during and after a procedure. It is also relatively safe because it prevents re-infection and harming of surrounding healthy tissue. Thus, leaving more healthy gums and bone intact during the process.

While traditional methods of treating gum disease are still effective, using a laser in periodontal therapy has proved many benefits that yield great results. To learn more about laser treatments used in dentistry, contact or visit us at Quarry Park Dental in Calgary, Alberta.

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