When your gums are in bad shape or possessing a different gum color than the before you tend to feel uncomfortable and unhappy. Your smile, overall oral appearance, and overall body health trend to be hampered.
However, the good news is that you can get your gums treated and altered to your best-desired shape. Lasers have been revolutionized in such a manner that they give promising results despite Laser gum not being a proven treatable method.
Here at our clinic, we have a fully equipped and professional team of dentists who are quite aware of the type of procedure involved in laser gum.
How it is done?
The Veneers dentist tends to use the laser to gain access to the affected gum tissues from around the enamel’s root. When the inflamed gum tissues are gotten rid of and the root is out on exposure, then the scaling of the root starts. However, this constitutes of scraping off plaque which may have formed around the root of the enamel and below the normal line of the gum.
The smoothening of the root then takes place where the veneers dentist tends to use dental instruments to remove any rough spots which may harness the accumulation of bacteria and somehow future infections. The site which is in between the gums and the root may regenerate when the healing process takes place.
During the procedure, the dentist prompts to use local anesthesia that you will experience zero pain while undergoing the operation. The recovery period of a laser gum surgery depends on how you take care of yourself by limiting some activities until the site’s wound heals up. In a few weeks time you are sure to display a beautiful smile with no aching red gums.
Is the procedure hurtful?
Even though local anesthesia is used to ease the operation pain and discomfort during the procedure, it will still make you experience minimal pain though not so hurting.
However, there are some ways you can deal with the discomfort and pain which is usually experienced after the laser gum surgery. You can use a cold ice pack on the outer area for a couple of minutes to ease the pain. Nevertheless, the pain after the procedure is often mild.
The recovery period is often pacified not to be longer than just a few weeks, nine or less.
Since the pain experienced after the laser gum procedure is often mild, the Veneers dentist may recommend some pain-relieving medications. This may include the use of the pharmaceutical drug, ibuprofen.
Be observant with your diet since the gums tend to be sensitive after Laser gum.
You should limit any strenuous activities. Carrying out too many activities may boost your blood to rise up to the area of surgery. This may harness hurting pain, bleeding and swelling of that area hence prolonging your recovery period.
Avoid consumption of very hot beverages and very cold drinks since this may boost the sensitivity of the gums.
Benefits of laser gum
- Healthier gums.
- Improved overall oral health.
- Improved smile.
- Good overall health state.