Category: Laser Treatment

Learn More About Laser Periodontal Care

When you need help managing poor periodontal health, you should know what kind of procedures are available to you. It is also important that you understand just how serious an unresolved problem with your gums can become without treatment! In time, periodontal disease can affect your ability to maintain your overall health, and may increase… Read more »

Jawbone Grafting Before Implant Placement

The work to restore your smile and health in response to periodontal disease can sometimes call for treatment to address tooth loss. Over time, bacteria can destroy the tissues that help keep your teeth in place, leading to losses that hurt your smile and dental function. While dental implants can provide important support for prosthetic… Read more »

Removing Unhealthy Tissues With Lasers

The work needed to address periodontal problems will vary between patients. After all, an infection’s impact on your gums and your overall well-being will change over time if you do not take action and address this matter. When prompt care is delivered, scaling and root planing can remove bacteria before there are complications that require… Read more »

How Lasers Manage Periodontal Problems

Are you taking issues with your periodontal health seriously? Ignoring warnings about gum disease, or letting signs of an infection go unchecked, can lead to consequences like tooth loss. When not managed, periodontal disease can also have a negative effect on your general health! The good news is that an infection can be managed. At… Read more »

Laser Treatments Can Shorten Recovery Times

woman with confident smile and healthy gums

Periodontal treatment helps manage problems that people with gum disease are likely to experience. At our Encinitas/San Diego, CA periodontal practice, we use laser technology to provide services that are more precise, that reduce your risk for infection after a procedure, and generally shorten recovery times. We can use lasers to directly fight bacteria and… Read more »

Lasers And Gum Grafting Treatment

Problems that affect your periodontal health can affect your smile more severely than you might realize. Because one consequence of advanced gum disease is tooth loss, many people who struggle with this condition can require prosthetic treatment over time. Another concern for your smile is gum line recession. Addressing this problem can improve the way… Read more »

How Lasers Affect Periodontal Services

There are several important periodontal services our Encinitas/San Diego, CA practice can provide when gum disease affects a person’s health and quality of life. As part of our scope of services to fight poor periodontal health, we do offer several procedures that use lasers to tend to patients. By providing laser-based services, we can make… Read more »

How We Make Laser Periodontal Care Safe And Accessible

Preventive measures to keep people safe against the threat of coronavirus have led to many changes in the way people work, socialize, and manage their general daily responsibilities. At our Encinitas/San Diego, CA periodontal practice, we have made changes to our typical operations so that we can continue to safely see patients and help them… Read more »

How Multiple Laser Tools Help Us Personalize Treatment

As you learn about the effects of periodontal disease, you can experience understandable feelings of alarm. After all, this infection can interfere with your ability to manage other health conditions, make you vulnerable to tooth loss, and even adversely affect your risk for heart disease and other problems! Our Encinitas/San Diego, CA periodontal practice is… Read more »

How Lasers Fight Bacteria That Cause Periodontal Disease

As bacteria build up at our gum line, we become vulnerable to gingivitis, the initial stage of a periodontal infection. Over time, harmful microbes that start to move beneath our gum line can accumulate and do more harm to our gums, eventually leading to a more advanced infection, or periodontal disease. Letting periodontal disease go… Read more »