WE’LL REMOVE THE BACTERIA FILLED POCKETS IN YOUR MOUTH THAT CAUSE GUM DISEASE AND BAD BREATH!
Pockets are created when your gums are not healthy and pull away from your teeth. Over time, bacteria fills up the pockets causing bad breath, yellow teeth, and an unhealthy foundation for your teeth. Often bacteria from the mouth can spread throughout the body, so it is very important to treat any existing pockets to keep your mouth and the rest of your body healthy.
Traditional Pocket Reduction Therapy:
What is Traditional Pocket Reduction Therapy?
Pocket Reduction surgery is a traditional procedure completed in order to treat moderate and severe cases of periodontal disease. Pocket Reduction surgery is also known as Osseous Surgery.
Why is Traditional Pocket Reduction Therapy used?
Pocket Reduction Surgery is completed in order to remove bacteria that has infected the gums and the bone that anchor your teeth into position.
How is Traditional Pocket Reduction Therapy performed?
Osseous Surgery involves limited incisions to open the gumline. Once the gumline has been opened, diseased tissue and bacteria are removed. Pocket Reduction Surgery often involves the addition of bone to replace bone that was lost due to infection.
Laser Assisted Pocket Reduction Therapy:
What is Laser Assisted Pocket Reduction Therapy?
Laser Assisted Pocket Reduction Surgery is a cutting-edge surgical procedure that uses a laser to perform pocket reduction surgery.
Why do we offer Laser Assisted Pocket Reduction Therapy?
Our practice invested in this technology to offer the highest quality treatment possible.
How is Laser Assisted Pocket Reduction Therapy performed?
Our practice uses the LANAP (Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure) protocol to provide pocket reduction therapy as a less invasive but equally successful modality. The LANAP protocol offers a less painful alternative to conventional surgery but also provides new bone growth and gum tissue re-attachment. Dr. Bennett has successfully treated thousands of sites using the LANAP protocol.