Removes the cause of the disease and stimulates healing,
The key to treating periodontal disease is to eliminate or significantly reduce the number of certain aggressive bacteria in your gums (pockets) and to stop them from coming back.
Effective and Non-Invasive Duo-Lase™ Assisted Treatment is one way of achieving this result.
After the bacteria in your mouth have been analysed, we use two different lasers over several sessions with the aim to significantly reduce the number of these aggressive bacteria (Photo-Dynamic Pocket Decontamination) so the cause of the disease has been eliminated and we use a second laser for Bio Stimulation, which gives your cells energy to heal in the most effective way.
The treatment is a true, non-invasive and effective alternative to the traditional method of surgically treating periodontal disease. So far 99% of our patients who have completed the prescribed treatment, have been successful. It is important to point out that your oral hygiene regime will have to change and we will help you with that. How you maintain and clean your teeth at home plays a major part in the long term success of this treatment. After the treatment is completed, it is recommended that you have a professional cleaning with our hygienists every 3 months.
We will give you your confidence back by saving your teeth, with Duo-Laser Periodontal treatment.
Benefits of Duo-Lase™ Treatment:
- In the majority of cases, the process is found to be without major discomfort
- We can save teeth which usually would have to be extracted
- It’s a long term result which is easy to maintain
- You will have beautiful healthy teeth and fresh breath again
- You can socialise with friends and family in confidence
How Duo-Lase™ Treatment Will Save You Money in the Long Term
Our policy at The Behrens Dental Practice is to save the teeth you have by treating the gums that have become infected and regenerating the bone tissue in the mouth.
If you have been diagnosed with periodontal disease and choose to leave your mouth untreated, losing your teeth is inevitable.
When this happens, replacing your natural teeth with implants and dentures will be substantially more expensive than embarking on this treatment whilst your teeth can still be saved.