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Perio Disease Treatment Alternative: LasersThis article focuses on one of the two popular alternatives to traditional diseased gum therapies, namely the treatment protocol that incorporates laser technology. The other minimally invasive therapy that involves special antibiotic bathing of the periodontal tissues (PerioProtect) can be reviewed here.
PerioLase: Digital Technology versus Traditional Gum TherapyPeriodontal Disease can become devastating for many patients. Although nobody wants it.... it nonetheless occurs and rapidly advances, for a variety of reasons.
Gingivitis is the usual starting point and although easily treatable for most patients, commonly develops into a serious disease process.
Traditional disease treatment procedures are considerably invasive and a painful experience for many patients. Like many other treatment methods and techologies in dentistry, perio treatment research has also produced recent advancements in theory and successful treatment methods.
These advancements now enable patients to benefit from non or minimally invasive treatment choices.
Based on active research conducted by two renowned dentists, a gum tissue surgery therapy that incorporates the use of an Nd:YAG laser (most widely used laser platform in modern dentistry) was developed to successfully compete with the more traditional methods of eliminating the process.
Reconstructive Dentistry and PerioLaseMore and more dental surgeons (including periodontists, more recently) who seek to be on or near the cutting edge of treatments that have the highest predictability of success factor, are acquiring the PerioLase Laser to provide more treatment choices for gum disease patients.
Gum Laser Multimedia VideoThe adjacent photo is a snapshot of a PerioLase animated demonstration video of an amazing technology that will appeal to patients seeking a proven treatment for treating even the most severe cases of periodontitis.
Click here to watch this interesting video and see first hand how the technology is used on tooth structures and soft tissues.
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