Experience Healthy Gums at Last with Laser Periodontal Therapy from Dr. Sasson

June 3, 2013

Did you know that nearly three out of four Americans is currently suffering from one of the stages of gum disease? That’s a large percentage, and one that Dr. Sasson takes very seriously at his Brookline, MA dental office. He and his staff also understand that a  very, very small number of those patients actively seek out treatment, whether due to not knowing they have the disease in the first simple or instead dreading the invasive and uncomfortable surgery that may be used during their treatment. That’s why our team at Boston Smile Center now offers Laser Periodontal Therapy™, a revolutionary method for treating infected gums – no blood, discomfort, or fear required!

Protect Your Smile and Your Self-Confidence

In the past, dentists used scalpels and sutures to effectively carry out surgery on the gums – an unsettling experience in many patients’ eyes, for sure. With the help of Laser Periodontal Therapy™, these tools are things of the past, though. Instead, Dr. Sasson removes infection in the pockets between the teeth and gums with the help of a dental laser, which provides a much more comfortable experience. Better yet, the laser even seals the newly disinfected site with a blood clot, which eliminates the need for messy stitches.

Laser Periodontal Therapy™ also allows dentists to preserve much more of your healthy bone and tissue structure, making it one of the most conservative procedures available. Studies have even shown that it can regenerate disease root surfaces and reconnect tissues by enlisting your own body’s healing mechanisms!

If you think you may be suffering from gum disease, contact Boston Smile Center in Brookline, MA today to schedule your FREE consultation with Dr. Sasson. Our team is dedicated to providing patients with comprehensive and personalized dental care that always puts their comfort first. Don’t let infection sneak up on you – instead, face it head-on with our help!

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