Painless Gum Surgery Peoria AZ
Did you know that gums protect your teeth by acting as a seal against bacteria and other microbes? Gums are an important part of the periodontium since they support the root of the teeth. Your oral health depends on how healthy your gums are and maintaining proper oral hygiene is the key to preventing gum diseases. Our periodontist Dr. Bohra based in Surprise, AZ promotes good health in our patients by offering quality treatment for periodontal problems. We make the best use of advanced technology lasers for curing gum diseases. Our painless laser gum surgery has cured gum diseases in patients who visit us from Peoria, Surprise and surrounding cities. We treat our patients using laser technology to ensure that the dental care offered is effective in curing and preventing gum diseases and causes little or no discomfort to our valuable patients. This motivates our patients to take good care of their oral health.
How do people get gum diseases?
Your teeth are healthy when you practice proper brushing and flossing habits regularly. Good oral hygiene and periodic dental check up can keep you away from diseases. Plaque is a biofilm of bacteria which is formed over teeth surface. When plaque accumulates over teeth surface for long, it hardens to become tarter. The bacteria in tarter can inflame soft gum tissues. This is the first stage of gum disease which is called Gingivitis. The second stage of infection is more dangerous. The disease is called periodontitis where gums start to recede. Teeth may loosen over a longer term because of the infection. Gum diseases can have more serious health effects if the bacteria enters the bloodstream of patients. Heart diseases, stroke and diabetes are some of the health hazards which are linked to gum diseases.
Benefits of Laser Gum Surgery
There are many factors which support the use of lasers in gum surgery. The treatment is considered to cause less pain and healing is quick. Since the lasers quickly heal the soft tissues there are fewer chances of bleeding of gums during surgery. The surgery is minimally invasive and very accurate which is why dental professionals who are specialized in periodontics prefer laser gum treatment. Patients take very less time to recover from laser gum surgery.