Over the last quarter century, dental implants have made a big entry on the field of dentistry and have revolutionized the way we deal with tooth loss. From the beginning, dental implants were envisioned as an alternative to bridges and dentures, although today, implant rods can also be the foundation of more stable dentures/bridges.
Although laser periodontal surgery is often the superior technique to use in treating periodontal disease, especially in severe cases, it isn't the only treatment method nor is it always the most suitable for every situation.
What are your options when you have one or more missing teeth? Or what about when you know you're going to need to get a tooth extracted soon? What are your best options for tooth restoration?
In the last couple of decades, huge strides have been made in laser periodontal treatment, and today one periodontal laser has accomplished what can only be called a revolution in how periodontal therapy is done.
Poor dental and oral hygiene can lead to a host of problems, including gum disease, cavities, tooth loss, chronic bad breath, and even infections and inflammations that spread from the mouth to other parts of the body.