Waterlase Laser For Gum Disease

Waterlase Laser

WARNING SIGNS THAT CAN SIGNAL A PROBEM:

 

FACTORS INCREASE THE RISK OF DEVELOPING GUM DISEASE ARE:

 

Finally, a New Way to Treat Gum Disease

Now,with the patients-friendly REPAIR periodontal treatment protocol using Waterlase dental laser, we can preserve tissue and bone with a minimally invasive, laser based approach. If you need just one tooth treated, or your entire mouth laser technology helps us take better care of you and your oral health. Laser energy is used to gently and effectively clear bacteria in the periodontal pocket of each tooth.

 

IT'S NOT JUST GUM DISEASE. IT'S YOUR HEALTH

If you have been told that you have gum disease, you are not alone. Nearly 70% of adults have some form of Gum diease. Most important thing to know is that you shouln't ignore it. 

 

 

 

 

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