Gingival Treatment With Laser

Depending on the severity and stage of gum disease, the treatment method to be applied also varies.

In the first stage, which manifests itself with gum bleeding where there has not been a decrease in bone level yet, only tartar cleaning may be sufficient for treatment.

If treatment is not done at the first stage, bone resorption begins. Then only dental calculus cleaning is not enough. It is also necessary to deeply clean the teeth and surrounding tissues under the gums. After this cleaning (Laser Subgingival Curettage), individuals can get a long-lasting treatment result if they follow the dental cleaning recommendations of the dentist who treats the gums.

If the necessary treatment is not done in the second stage, bone resorption continues in the surrounding tissues of the tooth at an angle to the tooth. At this stage, it is necessary to renew the melting bone around the tooth. In classical treatments, in this case, it is aimed to create a bone around the tooth with artificial bone materials by applying a surgical procedure called “Flap operation”. Today, modern periodontology gives up surgical methods and recommends non-invasive periodontal treatments.

Among the non-invasive periodontal treatments (non-invasive periodontal treatments), the WPT technique has gained importance with successful results.