Did you know that gum disease is the #1 cause of tooth loss in adults? Not only destructive for your teeth, but gum disease can also destroy vital soft and hard tissue in your mouth and leave you struggling to eat, speak, and smile comfortably. The chronic low-grade inflammation and infection of the gum tissue, resulting from the bacteria-releasing plaque on the teeth, can even in advanced cases complicate systemic conditions like diabetes and heart disease. While many patients don’t seek treatment until it’s too late, gum disease can be effectively managed with proper periodontal care. If you are experiencing bleeding gums, swelling around your teeth, persistent bad breath, or similar symptoms, seeking treatment from our team at Dental Care Solutions is critical for your health. Using effective, minimally invasive dental lasers, we can restore gum health and dental function to your smile.
Gingivitis is the first stage of gum disease characterized by gums that bleed when you brush or floss. This stage can be reversed if caught.
Periodontitis is the second stage of gum disease characterized by gums that pull away from the teeth, leaving deep periodontal pockets.
The third stage of gum disease characterized by destruction of the bone and gum tissue, loose teeth, chronic bad breath, and even tooth loss.
Our laser treatment for gum disease is effective at eradicating harmful bacteria and restoring gum and bone health without the need for scalpels or incisions. A significantly less invasive procedure, laser gum disease treatment streamlines and improves your treatment process and returns you to health faster. Unlike traditional methods, we can gently remove bacteria from around the teeth, clean the area, and help regenerate new hard and soft tissue growth—all in a single appointment with our specialized dental laser. Virtually all patients who receive our laser treatment for gum disease report a highly comfortable experience and quick recovery, with minimal pain, bleeding, or swelling! Don’t wait to schedule your laser gum disease treatment—contact us today.
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