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Control periodontal disease with laser surgery.

Posted Aug 26 2008 4:31pm
My Halloween highlight was Laser Periodontal Therapy™ surgery at 9:00 AM, October 31, 2007 to save and restore two hopeless teeth and the gums that surround them.



The laser-based surgery is new in town and is cutting edge (no pun intended). It offers no cutting and no stitches, which means less pain, less bleeding, less swelling, less tissue removal, less down time, and less recovery time.



This was my first laser surgery and I was so nervous walking through the parking lot into the dental office, I think I developed an eye twitch.




The staff smiled and helped me relax while the vanilla-scented nose cone was attached to the Nitrous Oxide hook-up. My periodontist administered numerous Novocaine injections and I was given goggles with green lenses to wear, which would protect my eyes from the laser. It was the ultimate Halloween experience.




My periodontist and his team have the newest equipment and training to control periodontal (gum) disease. If you’ve been told you need periodontal surgery to save your teeth, ask about this new laser technique. It can save your teeth and your money.



What I know for sure is that it’s all connected.



Saundra



Saundra Goodman

Got Teeth? A Survivor’s Guide

How to keep your teeth or live without them.

www.gotteethguide.com
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