Minimally-invasive treatment to precisely treat and handle many conditions while offering an improved recovery time.
When Laser Therapy is Used
CASES OF GUM DISEASE
Gum disease is quite prevalent today, with over 40% of adults over the age of 30 having some form of periodontitis – that number jumping to over 60% for smokers.
While most cases are mild, many people have what is known to be severe periodontitis, and immediate treatment is recommended.
Laser Therapy can be very effective in treating severe gum disease and offers benefits over more traditional procedures and improved recovery times.
TREATMENT AND RECOVERY
Laser Therapy can be swift and very effective as the precision laser can help eliminate infected tissue, while cauterizing the wound. Once the troubled area has been removed, recovery can be much faster than traditional procedures, as the area will not require stitches.
Some patients can fully recover from Laser Therapy in as little as 7 days.