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Laser Assisted Periodontal Therapy Insights & Ron Hart, D.D.S.

Laser Assisted Periodontal Therapy Insights Laser Assisted Periodontal Therapy has been used to treat gum disease in a minimally invasive way. This therapy uses a laser with a special wavelength that is first used to target the affected tissue and then to terminate the underlying bacterial in the periodontal pocket. The Laser Assisted Periodontal Therapy Procedure The Digital X-Rays The doctor can provide you with digital X-rays with information leading to your treatment plan as a whole. The amount of bone loss caused by gum disease will be easier to decipher from X-rays, allowing the dentist to see the jawbone height during the visual exam process. Bacteria Disinfecting Dentists first use a laser to prepare a trough along their gums and teeth to anesthetize the surrounding area. The goal of the drill is to allow the tissue to become visible and access it so that the diseased tissue can be removed and bacterial deposits formed at the roots of your teeth can be eliminated easily. Calculus Removal The laser is then set so that the plaque deposits are removed from the tooth root. The dentist uses a microscope to view the region in close proximity until the root surface is completely clean. The laser is used to smooth out the root surface that helps to deter plaque and encourages the gum tissue to be attached to the tooth. Pocket Sealing The dentist will seal the surgical pockets so that debris cannot enter there and disrupt the entire healing process of the periodontal pocket. Healthy Gums LAPT is used without harming other nearby tissues to eliminate gum disease. The final results are stunning, since the person remains with healthier gums and more structure of the tooth and bone. No Downtime The recovery process is very rapid after treatment, because the normal daily routines take about 24 hours. You won't have to waste time out of work in this way. In some cases, patients are ready to return to the routine immediately after the entire procedure. LAPT Benefits The body wants to heal itself naturally by using laser aided periodontal therapy, since the ill part of the tissue has been removed while the healthy tissue has been preserved. This prevents the infection from happening again and encourages an environment that This is quite effective since it gives a chance to grow the healthy tissue. When the dentist ends up applying the laser for the last time, the sterilized area is finally removed and sealed. allows the bone to regenerate again. 2320 East Nowata Place, Bartlesville, Oklahoma, 74006 (918) 347-0756 RON HART, DDS QUALITY CARE FOR HEALTHY LIVING

Laser Assisted Periodontal Therapy Insights & Ron Hart, D.D.S.

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Laser assisted periodontal therapy would help you when you have gum diseases and bacterial infection but in a minimally invasive way. Laser assisted periodontal therapy would help you when you have gu...


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