Laser Gum Disease Treatment in Chesterfield

Treating gum disease with lasers is fast, effective an more comfortable for you.

Treating gum disease with lasers is fast, effective an more comfortable for you.

A more comfortable alternative to traditional surgery

Laser Gum Disease Treatment in Chesterfield

Dr. Kardaris will explain the gum disease treatment procedure and answer all your questions.

Dr. Kardaris uses a laser for treatment of more severe gum disease. There are many advantages to laser treatment as opposed to traditional surgical treatments. Laser therapy is minimally invasive and thus much more comfortable for the patient.

Less pain and faster healing

Dr. Kardaris likes to make your treatments as comfortable for you as possible. She feels that advanced technology can help in this. She has chosen one of the most advanced lasers for treating gum disease for this reason.

How it works

The laser uses light energy to remove diseased tissue and it kills the bacteria that cause gum disease inside the pocket. The laser has a tiny fiber that is about as thick as three strands of hair. This tiny fiber slips between the gum and the root of the tooth and removes only the diseased tissue, leaving healthy tissue and bone.

Advantages of Laser Gum Disease Treatment

Laser Gum Disease Treatment in Chesterfield

The DEKA laser makes treatments faster and speeds up healing in many cases.

There are many advantages of laser treatment that result in a more comfortable overall experience and a faster recovery period. Here are some of them:

  • Less bleeding
  • Little to no swelling
  • Less tissue damage
  • Fast recovery period
  • Minimally invasive
  • Less sensitivity afterwards
  • Less discomfort

Other uses of laser

There are different settings on the laser that allows Dr. Kardaris to use it for different purposes. It can be used for desensitizing an area without anesthesia, for example.

Dr. Kardaris uses the laser for minor surgical procedures and even for helping you to get rid of cold sores or mouth ulcers.

To make an appointment, call 636-449-0215 or click here to request an appointment online.