Wondering how teeth cleaning with laser gum treatments can help you? Laser treatment for periodontal disease at Smiles by Hanna gets your gums back in shape without sacrificing comfort. Laser treatment for gum disease can be just what the dentist ordered!
Laser periodontal treatment is the pain-free answer to gum disease. Sharp instruments and drills are a thing of the past with our cutting edge Biolase Waterlase tool. Laser treatment for periodontal disease can stop gum damage in its tracks and may even be able to reverse damage. When you get laser treatment for your gums you’re essentially removing unhealthy bacteria and problematic gum tissue with a special laser. This specific type of teeth cleaning laser tool gently manipulates infected areas with light and water.
Laser periodontal treatment is much less invasive than the old school method of cutting gums open. Healthy tissue and undamaged parts of teeth remain intact, which means it’s less painful during the procedure and your recovery time is much shorter.
Dr. Hanna Mansoor has been extensively trained with the Biolase Waterlase dental laser and is an expert at using it to allow you in overcome periodontal disease.
Periodontal disease is the deterioration of gum and/or bone areas around the teeth. Soft tissue is the first casualty. The bone that supports the teeth is next in line. Finally, the tooth itself may be lost.
The Takeaway: Gum disease is serious! The good news is that with professional intervention of Dr. Hanna Mansoor can be stopped and much of the damage can be reversed. Then with consistent oral hygiene, and regular checkups with our team, future periodontal disease can be prevented.
Efficiency and comfort are the dream team at Smiles by Hanna. The skills of Dr. Mansoor combined with the cutting-edge Waterlase tool have patients asking, “Wow! That was it?!”
The entire laser treatment for gum disease should be pain-free. Still worried about pain? A local anesthetic can be used to further reduce sensitivity and ensure you’re comfortable.
While cavities are touted as a tooth’s worst enemy, there is an even more sinister culprit behind tooth loss – gum disease. Also known as periodontal disease. This condition can ravage the mouth, taking teeth as trophies. Don’t let this affliction happen to you. Your smile may not be the only thing at risk. Your dental health could be at stake too!
When you sit down with Dr. Mansoor, during our free consultation, you’ll get a diagnosis and a detailed plan of care. If your gum health is past a simple increase of home oral hygiene, laser periodontal therapy may be suggested to prevent further damage.
This treatment is not only highly effective against even advanced periodontitis, but it can be pain-free. Patients of Dr. Mansoor receive her expert use of the Waterlase tool during the laser treatment for gum disease. Laser treatment for periodontal disease doesn’t have to be scary. Dr. Mansoor offers you a gentle teeth cleaning with laser tools.
It’s time you stop putting off your next dental visit. Whether it’s a general check-up or a complex restorative or cosmetic procedure, the time to book your appointment is now!
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Dr. Mansoor uses the Waterlase tool to perform this type of laser treatment on your gums. This tool allows her to tailor the usage to your specific needs. Lights, wavelengths and levels of power all work together to give you a personalized treatment based on your level of gum disease.
Traditional methods require recovery time. Laser treatment for gum disease does not. A laser treatment visit can have you back to your normal routine the very next day!
Unlike the traditional route, laser treatment for gum disease doesn’t involve cutting and stitching. If you are nervous about going under the knife, then laser gum treatment is for you!
No surgery means less risk. Take sharp objects out of the equation and infection risk drops significantly. Anyone suffering from autoimmune disorders and heart problems can take a big sigh of relief.
Dr. Mansoor’s skill plus the Waterlase tool’s precision adds up to an effective pair. Bacteria can be removed without disturbing or injuring healthy teeth. Gum tissue loss is also minimized.
If you could avoid having a bloody, swollen mouth, would you? Laser treatment for periodontal disease treats problem areas with water, not sharpened dental tools. When your mouth is treated with such gentle care, the results show.
No more waiting for multiple appointments because everything can’t be done in a single session. The accuracy of laser periodontal treatment speeds up the process without compromising the outcome.
The traditional scaling and root planing method is no fun. When opting for laser treatment for your gums, there may no pain at all or just minimal discomfort. There is usually no need for anesthetics.
Maybe you’re not looking forward to diving into your dental health. What if taking this step could elevate your dental health? When you’re ready to have a heart-to-heart with your mouth, there are some red flags that could indicate gum disease.
Gum disease has several stages. Each of these phases has different symptoms, and each requires a plan of care.
A good dental cleaning or perhaps even teeth cleaning with laser tools can be effective against gingivitis. Periodontitis requires a bolder plan of attack. Depending upon the advancement of the gum disease, the following methods may be used:
Ask yourself the questions below. If “yes,” is your answer to one or more questions, you could be at greater risk for developing gum disease.
Considering a teeth cleaning with laser tools? You’re not alone! Many types of people can benefit from getting a laser treatment for periodontal disease. Additionally, there are some patients who are prime candidates for laser gum treatment. Do you fall into any of these profiles?
There is so little recovery time needed after your laser treatment for periodontal disease, you can usually go about your life the following day. A strict oral hygiene routine must be followed in order to keep teeth in tip-top shape. Swish with an antimicrobial rinse if prescribed. You’ll get personalized aftercare instructions to help you keep your teeth healthy.
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It's time you stop putting off your next dental visit. Whether it's a general check-up or a complex restorative or cosmetic procedure, the time to book your appointment is now!