Laser Gum Surgery in Thousand Oaks, CA

Laser Gum Surgery

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Benefits of Laser Gum Surgery

Laser gum disease treatment is one of the latest advances in modern dentistry, and includes benefits such as:

  • No cutting of the tissues
  • Minimal or no pain
  • Fast healing time
  • No sutures
  • Predictable results
  • Prevents bone loss
  • Eliminates bacterial spread
  • Enhances the smile as the gums heal

Dr. Jacqueline Subka Discusses the Comfort and Ease of Laser Gum Sugery

Near-Painless Gum Disease Treatment

You no longer have to put off gum disease treatment because of dental anxiety or fear of pain. Although laser gum surgery is a minimally invasive procedure, Dr. Subka offers sedation dentistry for patients who have very high anxiety or fear of going to the dentist. We are here to make your visits that much more comfortable and can administer sedation if you need it.
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Laser Gum Surgery vs. Osseous Surgery

Today’s innovative laser technologies allow us to eradicate infection in the mouth without making a single incision. Unlike osseous surgery which involves cutting the gums to gain access to the pockets around the teeth, the laser procedure involves passing the laser over the gums to kill only bacteria. This does not require any cutting of the tissues and there are no sutures involved. The gums heal naturally and relatively quickly, compared to osseous surgery.

A Minimally-Invasive Alternative

Gum Disease is a progressive condition, which is why we encourage patients to seek treatment as soon as any symptoms present themselves. This will help stop the infection from progressing and reduce the risk of irreversible damage to the gums and supporting structures. Many patients are concerned about invasive surgery to eliminate harmful bacteria, but we offer laser gum surgery as a minimally-invasive alternative.

Dr. Jacqueline Subka can map out a treatment plan that uses laser technology to treat the infection and restore your healthy smile.