LASER GUM SURGERY IS A GREAT OPTION FOR GUM DISEASE TREATMENT
We understand how gum disease can affect your self-esteem and quality of life. Patients now have a minimally-invasive treatment option available to treat gum disease and restore their oral health. We offer laser gum surgery at his practice, a targeted laser treatment that delivers virtually pain-free treatment and exceptional results.
47% PERCENT OF AMERICANS ARE LIVING WITH GUM DISEASE
ONLY 3% OF AMERICANS ACCEPT TREATMENT
69% OF LATE MIDDLE-AGED ADULTS HAVE LOST AT LEAST ONE TOOTH
A MINIMALLY INVASIVE METHOD TO TREAT GUM DISEASE
Before laser treatment was readily available for gum disease patients, scaling and root planing therapy or osseous surgery were the standard options for treating gum disease. Those techniques are still widely used today — and Dr. Pack still uses those techniques for certain cases — but we now have the option of treating the infection with a targeted laser.
“Periodontal lasers eliminate the need for cutting and sutures while promoting a fast recovery.” – Dr. Pack
HOW LASER GUM SURGERY CAN HELP
Unlike conventional procedures that involve cutting away diseased tissue and using stitches, laser therapy treats the infection without any scalpels involved. We simply pass the laser over the infected areas a few times to kill bacteria.
The gums are then left to heal and we will follow up with you during periodontal maintenance visits to make sure everything is healing properly.
Benefits of laser gum surgery:
- Fast healing time
- Minimal trauma to the tissue
- No cutting or sutures required
- Minimal pain
- Recovery within 24 hours, in most cases
ABOUT DR. PACK’S TECHNIQUE
Dr. Pack performs laser gum surgery at our practice, one of the most flexible and cutting edge procedures in dentistry. In addition to treating infected gums with laser technology, Dr. Pack has completed BIOLASE advanced training to perform laser gum reshaping and contouring procedures with a high success rate. He is a member of the American Academy of Periodontology and an Assistant Attending Periodontist in the Department of Surgery at New York Presbyterian Hospital so you can count on him to treat gum disease and the side effects of periodontal disease using the latest techniques.
Before and Afters
Laser Dentistry Case 1