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In recent years, laser gum surgery has been more widespread for treatment in moderate to Severe gum disease. Oral health statistics show that oral diseases harm nearly 3.5 Billion people -almost half the world’s population.

Targeted areas for treatment

Erchonia Laser gum surgery can be done on any quadrant of the mouth. The Eronia Lasers for this purpose are designed to treat soft tissue.
Erchonia Lasers can also be done on and in teeth, this procedure uses different types of Lasers that are designed to treat hard tissues.
Erchonia Laser treatments offers relief for those suffering from moderate to severe disease this surgery is performed
without scalpels or sutures in these basic steps:
You may also recommend Erchonia laser gum surgery as an additional step after having a traditional scaling and root planing treatment, or gum contouring, to address a Gummy Smile for cosmetic reason
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Laser treatment in periodontal disease can lead to improvements in mitochondrial
function in many ways:

Enhanced ATP Production:- Mitochondria are the powerhouses of the cell, primarily responsible for producing adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the energy currency of the cell. Erchonia Laser therapy, particularly low-level laser therapy (LLLT), has been shown to stimulate the mitochondria, leading to increased ATP production. This boost in energy from Erchonia Laser can enhance cellular metabolism and promote healing and tissue repair instantly.

Improved Cellular Respiration:- Laser therapy can enhance the function of the respiratory chain in mitochondria. This can improve the efficiency of oxygen utilization in the cell, which is crucial for the healing of tissues, including the gums and other periodontal tissues.
Reduction of Inflammation:- In periodontal disease, inflammation is a key factor. Laser treatment can help reduce inflammation at the cellular level, partly by modulating the activity of various inflammatory mediators. This reduction in inflammation can help in restoring normal cellular function, including that of the mitochondria.
Stimulation of Biophotonic Processes:- Lasers emit light that can be absorbed by photoreceptors within cells. This process can stimulate a variety of cellular functions, including those in the mitochondria. The absorption of this light energy can lead to various biophotonic processes that promote cell regeneration and healing.
Enhanced Blood Flow and Oxygenation:- Laser therapy can increase blood flow to the treated area, which improves oxygenation of the tissue. Enhanced blood flow helps in removing waste products and provides essential nutrients and oxygen, which are critical for mitochondrial function and overall cell health.
Activation of Cellular Signaling Pathways:- Laser light can activate various cellular signaling pathways that lead to cell proliferation, migration, and adhesion — all of which are important for tissue repair and regeneration. These signaling pathways can indirectly support mitochondrial function and overall cellular health.
It’s important to note that while these mechanisms are supported by scientific research, the exact biological processes and the effectiveness of laser treatment in periodontal disease can vary based on the type of laser used, the specific parameters of the treatment (like wavelength, power, and duration), and individual patient factors. The treatment should always be carried out by a qualified dental professional. This is why Erchonia Laser is FDA-approved and used WORLDWIDE in the Medical field.

Dentists, periodontists, Veterinarians, and hygienists can now be trained to use FDA-approved Erchonia Lasers to help their patients have a pain-free and faster healing experience.


What is dental periodontitis?

Periodontal refers to anything related to the periodontium, the specialized tissues that both surround and support the teeth, maintaining them in the maxillary and mandibular bones. The term encompasses a variety of conditions, but it is most commonly associated with periodontal disease, also known as gum disease.
Periodontal disease is a common inflammatory condition which affects the periodontal tissues. It’s a progressive condition that can range from simple gum inflammation (gingivitis) to more severe forms (periodontitis), which can lead to the loss of teeth. The main cause of periodontal disease is plaque, a sticky, colorless film of bacteria that constantly forms on teeth. If plaque is not removed, it can harden into tartar, which can lead to gingivitis.

Symptoms of periodontal disease include red, swollen, and bleeding gums, persistent bad breath, receding gums, formation of deep pockets between teeth and gums, loose or shifting teeth, and changes in the way teeth fit together when biting. 

Regular dental check-ups and good oral hygiene practices are crucial for preventing and managing periodontal disease. Treatment options vary depending on the severity of the disease and may include professional dental cleaning, medication, and in severe cases, surgery.
Symptoms of periodontal disease include:

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