Gum disease can cause severe irritation of the gums, and to get rid of gum disease, the process was painful. Now, with new dental advances, patients no longer have to worry about painful gum disease procedures and long healing time.
Doctors now are turning to laser gum therapy. Laser therapy now kills the diseased gum without knives and sutures. The laser penetrates the area, killing off any of the infected spot, in a minimally invasive way, so healing time goes down and so does gum bleeding.
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Take a look at some of the many benefits of laser dentistry and learn why you might opt for laser light for your next procedure at your dentist’s office.
When you think about lasers, do light-saber-wielding Jedi knights come to mind? If you associate lasers with dangerous weapons that can cut through bones and diamonds with ease, laser gum disease treatment might make you cringe. While misconceptions about this popular treatment abound, it’s surprisingly gentle and remarkably accurate. Here’s what you should know about laser treatments and how they can benefit you.
Concerned about your bleeding gums? Drs. Saunders and Dickson share the importance of recognizing common symptoms, like bleeding gums, of gum disease in Harrisonburg, VA and Winchester, VA. Continue reading to learn more about your gum health during National Gum Care Month!
Cone Beam Technology allows doctors to place dental implants more accurately than ever before possible. Continue reading to learn the benefits of this digital technology, and how it can assists with more than just placing dental implants.
Gum disease doesn't just give you bad breath, bleeding gums, and missing teeth. It has been linked to much more serious issues including heart disease and diabetes. Continue reading to learn about several easy steps you can take to prevent gum disease avoid costly treatment in the future.
February is American Heart Health Month, and Drs. Saunders & Dickson want to educate patients about the systemic effects of gum disease, and how it can lead to heart disease. Continue reading to learn more.
Leaving gum disease untreated can result in tooth and bone loss. Continue reading to learn why you should treat your gum disease sooner rather than later.
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