What Happens If I Do Not Choose LANAP® Laser Treatment?

Laser Dentistry in Elyria & Westlake, OH
  • Infected teeth may need to be extracted
  • Long recovery time with pain and swelling
  • Dental implants may be necessary to replace missing teeth

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FAQs About Laser Dentistry in Elyria & Westlake, OH

Q: What is the difference between periodontal disease and gum disease?

A: Periodontal disease is the term we use to describe an advanced form of gum disease. It starts as a bacterial infection of the gums and can lead to bone and tooth loss. This oral infection may require laser periodontal treatment.

Q: What is the least painful way to treat gum disease?

A: Laser periodontal treatment is a minimally uncomfortable way to treat gum disease because it is less traumatic than traditional gum surgery. Since it is a minimally invasive procedure, patients enjoy a very fast healing time.

Q: What are the benefits of laser gum surgery?

A: Laser periodontal treatment promotes a fast healing time and typically does not cause the gums to recede. The laser treatment can save healthy teeth and also encourages bone regeneration around the tooth structure.

Q: How do I know if laser periodontal treatment is safe?

A: The PerioLase® MVP-7™ laser is FDA cleared for the treatment of gum disease and is backed by several research studies. Dr. Guirguis is trained to offer laser gum surgery in his practice.

Q: How do I know if laser treatment is right for me?

A: If you are concerned about the health of your gums, contact Dr. Guirguis in Westlake, OH for a personalized consultation. He can determine if laser periodontal treatment is right for you.

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Office Hours

Monday: 9-5 Elyria Location Office
Tuesday: 9-5 Westlake Center Ridge Office
Wednesday: 9-2 Westlake Detroit Office
Thursday:9-5 Elyria Office
Friday: By apt only