Q: I was diagnosed with severe gum disease. Will my teeth most likely fall out? Even if I get laser treatment done and scalping? If so, when? A: If you have severe gum disease, the likelihood of keeping your remaining teeth without extreme care and hygiene and combined complex treatment specialists is questionable. Realistically, you
Will Severe Gum Disease Cause Teeth to Fall Out Even with Laser Treatment?
Category: Gum Disease
Q: How does laser therapy help with dental problems? A: If a patient has gum disease, then they might be a candidate for laser gum surgery, also known as LANAP. This laser therapy has regenerative qualities to enhance bone regeneration and stabilize the disease process with quick healing and is a less invasive approach to
Q: What could cause your gum to bleed? A: You could have gingivitis or gum disease with bone loss. On very rare occasions, a systemic disease or hormonal changes. Of course, poor oral hygiene and lack of professional cleanings can also cause this condition.
Q: Is it possible for dentists to detect periodontitis from initial exam and x-rays? A: A clinical exam and a current set of quality digital x-rays of all your teeth would be enough to diagnose periodontal disease.
Q: Is there a way to treat super sensitive gums? A: You need to be seen by a qualified laser periodontist. There is usually a reason for “sensitive gums”. Do they bleed? Are they receded? Are your teeth mobile? Do you have bone loss? As you can see, a consultation is necessary to give you