Category: Laser Treatment

We Provide Laser Periodontal Treatments In A Safe Setting

Taking proper precautions against infection is always important, but coronavirus concerns have made infection control especially pressing. Our Encinitas/San Diego, CA periodontal practice has always made our office a safe and sterile place to provide different services to control and prevent gum disease. With changes in both our office practices and equipment, we are able… Read more »

Laser Tools Make Periodontal Treatments More Precise

To properly fight periodontal disease, it may be necessary to do work that directly affects your gums. By manipulating these tissues, your Encinitas/San Diego, CA periodontist is able to directly attack the bacteria that have built up on the roots of teeth and remove them. Through treatment, we can also remove tissues that are infected… Read more »

Arranging Laser Jawbone Grafting Before Implant Placement

One consequence of periodontal disease is tooth loss, which can significantly affect your appearance and dental function. When this occurs, a dental implant can hold a permanent prosthetic replacement for a missing tooth. Many patients are able to move forward with plans to restore their full smile after treatment for periodontal disease occurs, but some… Read more »

We Can Personalize Laser Periodontal Services For Patients

Periodontal disease is a problem that should be taken seriously. If it is not being managed properly, the bacteria causing your infection can destroy the tissues that are holding your teeth in place, which means you can experience tooth loss. These microbes can also create problems in other parts of your body after traveling through… Read more »

Do I Need Advanced Treatment To Deal With My Gum Disease?

When you have problems with gingivitis, your daily routine and a trip to your dentist for routine care can help. Unfortunately, problems with poor periodontal health can worsen in time if you do not respond to an infection in time. Periodontal disease can destroy the tissues that support your teeth, leading to tooth loss, and… Read more »

3 Gum Disease Treatments That Benefit From Laser Technology

Why should you care what tools are used during a periodontal procedure? In many instances, you can discover that the option to have lasers used in treatment will produce results in a shorter time while also offering an easier recovery period! At our Encinitas/San Diego, CA periodontal practice, we actually provide treatment with lasers in… Read more »

Is It Time To Discuss Laser Treatment For Your Gum Disease?

The progression of periodontal disease can have serious effects on your oral health, and it can even cause problems for your overall well-being. If an infection is not addressed in time, gingivitis can worsen and leave you struggling to manage your condition. Without treatment at this point, you can experience tissue damage that leaves you… Read more »

Laser Periodontal Services Lead To Shorter Recovery Times

When periodontal disease causes problems for your oral health, the consequences can be serious. Infections can lead to worrying tissue damage, gum line recession, tooth loss, and problems with your jawbone. If you have suffered the effects of periodontal disease, targeted treatments provided by your Encinitas/San Diego, CA periodontal practice can help. We often rely… Read more »

Why We Offer More Than One Approach To Laser Treatment

When it is not being treated, periodontal disease can have a devastating effect on your smile. The bacteria attacking your gums can cause the gradual destruction of the tissues that are giving your teeth necessary support. In time, that deterioration of these tissues can result in tooth loss! Your infection is also a concern because… Read more »

Can Laser Care Help Me Avoid Issues With Tooth Loss?

When you have trouble with your periodontal health, you face a greater risk for suffering tooth loss. When an infection is not being managed properly, attachment loss can occur, effectively weakening the support that teeth have over time. When the damage to tissues supporting teeth becomes serious, the only treatment option left may be to… Read more »