Gum Disease Laser Therapy

Dr. Perry is proud to offer the latest technology available for periodontal therapy: laser treatment. There are numerous advantages to using laser therapy as opposed to the traditional methods requiring a scalpel and sutures.



With laser treatment, there is reduced or no bleeding, minimized swelling, no charring, and no drill noise or vibration. The stress and anxiety often associated with dental work is therefore eliminated when you experience quick, effective, and essentially pain-free laser procedures. Also, postoperative sensitivity is greatly limited by laser dentistry, and recovery time is much quicker than with traditional methods. In fact, due to the less-invasive nature of the laser technique, the mouth begins to heal immediately after work is completed!

Reduced Risk of Infection:

The laser’s high-energy light beam acts as a sterilizer on the area it is working, thereby reducing the risk of bacterial infections and relapses.

Anesthesia Limited or Eliminated:

Because laser dentistry is virtually painless, no longer will you suffer with fear of injections and numbness. Often, only a light anesthetic spray is required. Laser treatment eliminates the complications and cost associated with anesthesia.

Uses: much lower chance of gum disease returning when laser therapy is used as opposed to traditional surgery.

Dr. Perry can perform a variety of procedures using laser technology, such as a frenectomy, osseous surgery, and gum grafting. Dr. Perry is also able to use laser technology as a way to regenerate healthy gums and remove diseases areas in a virtually painless way. This method also encourages healthy gum to regenerate and attach to the teeth. There is a

Bleeding gums, tooth decay, bone loss—does this sound like a nightmare?

This is the reality of gum disease, and it’s surprisingly common.


Stop periodontal disease before it steals your smile!

Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is a bacterial infection affecting the gum and bone tissue around the teeth. Periodontal disease can cause teeth to loosen—eventually causing tooth and bone loss. In fact, gum disease is the number one cause of tooth loss in adults.


Why patients pick “Building A Better Smile” with Dr. Perry for periodontal treatment:

Innovative, Non-Surgical Solutions

Have you been avoiding periodontal treatment because you can’t stomach the thought of dental surgery? We provide an innovative alternative to traditional, invasive surgery. Using state-of-the-art periodontal lasers our team can eliminate harmful bacteria, while promoting and strengthening gum tissue regeneration. Laser therapy is gentle, comfortable, and requires very little recovery time. With laser therapy, we are able to save more natural teeth than ever before—even if you’ve been told that you’ll lose your teeth to gum disease, there’s still hope for you.


You Have a Partner in Periodontal Treatment

Our periodontal team will not only restore your gum health—we’ll help you maintain healthy teeth and gums with a personalized treatment plan. We tailor periodontal care to meet our patient’s specific needs and dental goals. We want you to feel confident about your periodontal care—we’ll explain your treatment plan in detail and answer any questions you may have. You’ll be supported during and after treatment—it’s our goal to teach you how to prevent further infections, gum recession, and bone loss.


Your Oral Health Affects Overall Wellness

Emerging research shows that there is a link between gum health and a patient’s overall wellbeing. Gum disease not only destroys your gums, teeth, and bone—it can actually wreak havoc on your body as a whole. Our goal is to help patients conquer gum disease and maintain oral health in order to lower their risk of heart disease, chronic respiratory disease, and stroke. Using the latest laser technology Dr. Perry is able to detect and treat gum disease in its earliest stages, as well as treat existing cases non-surgically. She can test for the specific bacteria assessing the infection by using the BANA test and the Oral DNA test. These tests will tell what the specific bacteria are that is causing the infection. This allows the infection to be treated more affectively.