Laser Dentistry Services

Laser Dentistry Services in Tampa, FL

What to do about swollen, tender, red, or bleeding gums:

Do you suffer from swollen gums or bleeding gums?

Finally, there’s good news for those of you who suffer from gum disease (i.e., gingivitis and periodontitis). Dr. Witt now offers an exciting laser-based technique for the treatment of periodontal disease, an FDA-cleared and patented procedure called Laser Periodontal Therapy. With this therapy, there are no incisions or stitches. You heal naturally with full retention of your gums, and they feel so much better!

Through the use of the PerioLase Laser, designed by Millennium Dental Technologies, Inc. especially for Laser Periodontal Therapy (LPT™), we can rapidly treat your moderate to severe gum disease so that you can quickly return to your normal routine!

More About Laser Gum Treatments

There are alternatives to gum disease without damaging healthy gums or surgery!

Laser Treatment

Covered by most insurance plans. No scalpel. No stitches. In just a few hours, you can help save your gums.

Gum Disease Explained - by Dr. Witt

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Why Is Laser Periodontal Therapy (LPT) Better?

  • LPT does not involve cutting or suturing. It’s like erasing a blackboard.
  • There’s much less discomfort with Laser Periodontal Therapy than with standard surgery both during and after the procedure.
  • It takes less time than traditional surgery: two 2-hour visits and two follow up visits. Traditional surgery requires four sessions of about one hour each, with subsequent visits for suture removal and additional check-ups.
  • LPT gives better, longer-lasting results. In fact, 98% of LPT-treated patients remain stable after five years, while only 5% reportedly remain stable after surgery.

 If you suffer from tender, red, swollen, or bleeding gums, call us today at (813) 977-7000 for an appointment to evaluate your condition.


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