The New Wave of Laser Treatments

Posted on October 15, 2019

The New Wave of Laser Treatments
 

Taking proper care of your gums and soft tissue is as important as maintaining the health of your teeth. Without caring for your gums, diseases may set in. Unfortunately, most people do not think about the health of their soft tissue. This could cause major issues in the long run, resulting in more problematic health complications.

When you do not take care of your gums, overpopulation of plaque and bacteria form.

The bacteria along with plaque that is not brushed away, causes inflammation of the gums. At this time, your gums become tender to the touch, which generally causes more irritation in the long run, as people do not want to cause themselves more pain.

When gum disease worsens, periodontitis begins, causes gums to begin receding. This causes more tooth to show and allows your nerves to be exposed which causes sensitivity. If these are symptoms you are experiencing, along with foul breath, go to your dentist for dental care, before the symptoms advance.

For a lot of cases, preventing gum disease isn’t challenging for dentists anymore. The procedures are advanced, and you can even get a head start at home. Fluoride is known to be a great home remedy and is extremely helpful at generally keeping your oral health in check.

When you go to the dentist, with gum disease symptoms, they will start with a routine checkup. Dentists now have technology to help with gum diseases, such as laser treatments. Laser treatments for gum disease allows for a less invasive procedure, with easier recovery. When your dentist selects to use laser treatment, one option may be the Chao Pinhole Surgical Technique (PST). PST is a great way to treat gum recession in a ground breaking way.

If you are dealing with symptoms of gum disease, see your dentist for a consultation. They will help you find a solution for clearing up your gum disease, and will decide whether you are a good candidate for Chao Pinhole Surgical Technique. Call your dentist with any questions or concerns regarding your oral hygiene and receding gums.