Laser Gum Surgery | Garden Grove, CA

Fight Your Gum Disease With the Precision of Laser Dentistry

According to the American Academy of Periodontology, 47.2 percent of Americans suffer from periodontitis, an advanced form of gum disease.*

Dr. Shaaban dreamed of becoming a dentist since he was a child. He has been practicing dentistry for over 15 years and takes part in many continuing education opportunities, allowing him to stay up-to-date on the latest techniques and technology.

The Dangers of Periodontal Disease

Advanced forms of gum disease have a number of adverse effects on your health. Periodontal disease can result in loose teeth and lost teeth, and can even impact the jawbone. Periodontal disease has also been linked to health problems outside the mouth, including some forms of cancer, heart disease, and difficulties for childbirth.

Laser Gum Surgery

By using the BIOLASE WaterLase® iPlus™ 2.0 laser, Dr. Shaaban is able to eliminate the need for scalpels and sutures in the treatment of advanced periodontal disease. The laser targets infected tissue and bacteria while leaving healthy tissue intact. This lets Dr. Shaaban effectively clean the root of the tooth and the gums and prepare them to reform a healthy attachment.

Advanced Treatments

Because of the seriousness of advanced stages of periodontal disease, advanced gum disease treatments are also rather invasive, often involving surgery. Advanced technology now allows you to avoid invasive surgery. By treating gum disease with lasers instead of scalpels, Dr. Shaaban offers a more effective treatment with a much faster recovery time.

Need to Discuss Your Oral Health Options with Town Square Family Dentistry?

Dr. Shaaban is committed to providing dental services that improve the health and beauty of your teeth while decreasing the need for more invasive procedures. Contact our staff and we'll be sure to follow up with you within 24 hours.

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