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LASER GUM TREATMENT 

Gum Disease

Laser gum treatment, also known as "laser periodontal therapy," is a type of dental procedure that uses laser energy to remove bacteria and diseased gums - which is A serious gum infection that damages gums and can destroy the jawbone.

During a laser gum treatment, a dental laser is used to remove bacteria and infected tissue from the gums, as well as reshape the gum tissue to promote proper healing. The laser energy also helps to kill bacteria and seal the treated area, which can help reduce the risk of further infection.

LASER GUM TREATMENT

PREVENTION OF GUM DISEASE

1. Brush your teeth twice a day (with a fluoride toothpaste).
2. Floss regularly to remove plaque from between teeth.
3. Visit your dentist after every 6 months for a routine check-up and professional cleaning.

4. Quit smoking.

We at Arya Dental Hospital use the latest, patient-friendly technology to safely treat tissue without injuring the surrounding area.

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