Non-Surgical Perio Therapy

What is Non-Surgical Perio Therapy Using Waterlase?

Gum disease is a serious oral health issue that is quite common. Here at American Aesthetic Medical Center, we are offering the latest nonsurgical perio therapy using waterlase. Laser dentistry has changed how the periodontal treatment works, making it possible for anyone to go through it with minimal side-effects and less pain. The Waterlase dental laser technology repairs and treats damaged gum tissue that would otherwise be treated with oral surgery.

What is Waterlase Laser Technology?

Waterlase is the latest art of dental laser technology. This technology allows our doctors to remove disease that is causing bacteria by using small laser light. The laser is applied to the gums to remove the bacteria that is causing discomfort, pain, and swelling. The pain factor is less with the procedure as this device keeps tooth hydrated during the procedure.

A number of beneficial aspects are linked to the use of this procedure. Nowadays, most of the doctors recommend the use of this procedure instead of performing gum surgery. Hence, our doctor will discuss available treatment options on the basis of your issue in the initial consultation. We focus on the individual requirements of our patients so we offer both traditional and advanced treatments to accomplish desired goals and maintain your oral health.

Benefits of the Procedure

  • No drills are required.
  • Less downtime is linked to the procedure.
  • Less bleeding.
  • Less swelling.
  • Only diseased tissue is removed.
  • Minimally invasive procedure.
  • Safe procedure

How Does It Work?

Perioscopy features advanced microscopic video technology with up to 48 times magnification. In addition to it, the technology allows the direct vision of the tooth root in order to boost conventional cleaning, root planning, and scaling tactics.

Latest technology brings new advantages. Along with providing non-surgical, pain-free, and comfortable treatment, the procedure also targets invisible deposits that cause inflammation & bleeding. Periodontal disease and other dental issues can be indicated at an early stage with the use of this technology. Most significantly, the standards of oral healthcare lead to the next level in assisting the treatment of tooth loss or other dental or gum diseases.

No doubt, non-surgical procedures are not helpful in each and every situation. There are conditions when it becomes necessary to perform a surgical procedure. In such a situation, our doctor will let you know the severity of the problem and discuss this aspect with you. We are also dealing with surgical procedures.

Preoperative Instructions

Our doctor will provide you some specific instructions that you may need to follow before starting the procedure. It is not necessary but depends on the severity of your problem.


We will provide you details regarding the procedure in the initial consultation.