Gum Disease Treatment
  • Keep your teeth intact by taking action early
  • Improve your breath & eat comfortably
  • Get healthy pink gums with pain-free treatment
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Regain Good Oral Health With Gum Disease Treatment in Vacaville

Stats Image Nearly 1 in 2 adults at least 30 years old has signs of gum disease. Source.
It can be difficult to spot signs of gum disease in the early stages. That’s why visiting us for checkups is so important! We’ll monitor the health of your gums and recommend treatment if we notice signs of disease. With our gum disease treatment in Vacaville, you will:

  • Avoid potential tooth and bone loss
  • Improve your breath
  • Achieve better oral and overall health
  • Enjoy better confidence in the state of your smile
  • Heal quickly, thanks to our laser procedures

If you are concerned about your gums, call us today at 707-873-3406 for an appointment. Unlike many dentists, we offer treatments for both minor and more advanced cases of gum disease.

While it’s difficult to spot the early signs of gum disease, it’s important you pay attention to symptoms. For example, schedule a visit right away if you notice bleeding after you brush your teeth or floss, swollen or red gums, or bad breath that won’t go away.

Enjoy a Healthy Smile With Laser Treatment Options

One of the many benefits of visiting us for your oral care needs is our use of the latest dental technology. To treat gum disease, we our Fotona Lightwalker laser treatment to eliminate the infection in your gums. Laser procedures are:

  • Less Invasive – Some forms of treating advanced cases of gum disease involve cutting into the gumline. However, with the use of lasers, there’s no stitching or cutting at all.
  • Quick to Heal – Because there’s no cutting, you’ll experience minimal discomfort and healing is much faster. Plus, there’s no bleeding and less swelling.
  • More Precise – Lasers repair and restore your gum tissue without harming any healthy gum tissue in your mouth.

Using a laser-assisted procedure called LANAP, we can actually regenerate healthy gum tissue. As a result, you can avoid the tooth loss that can occur with more severe cases of gum disease. While there is minimal discomfort with laser therapy for your periodontal treatment, we do offer sedation with laughing gas if you’re nervous or concerned about discomfort.

For comfortable gum disease treatment in Vacaville, call us today at 707-873-3406 or schedule online.

Common Questions About Gum Disease Treatment

What is gum disease treatment?

Gum disease treatment is designed to remove plaque, tartar, and bacteria from around and under your gumline. Your hygienist or dentist will use special instruments to carefully get your gums back into shape, or they will use a gentle laser to remove damaged gum tissue and seal your gums back at the same time.

Is gum disease treatment painful?

Our team is dedicated to providing you the most comfortable treatment possible. We use a local anesthetic that will numb your gums so you don’t feel any discomfort. If laser treatment is needed, it is a quick and painless method for eliminating infection from your gums. In addition, laughing gas is available to help you relax during your treatment.

What are gum disease symptoms?

In its early stages, there are often no noticeable symptoms of gum disease. However, there are several signs of gum disease you should look out for. If your gums bleed when you brush or floss, or if they’re red and puffy and sore to the touch, you may be experiencing gum disease. If any of these signs are present, you should contact our office as soon as possible for an appointment.

What causes gum disease?

Gum disease, also called periodontal disease, is an infection caused by bacteria in your mouth. Bacteria form a clear, sticky film called plaque that build ups around your gumline, leading to inflamed and infected gums. Left untreated, the infection causes your gums to separate from teeth, creating “pockets” where more bacteria accumulates. In advanced stages of gum disease, the infection spreads from your gums to the bone that supports your teeth. Your teeth will loosen and possibly fall out.

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