99% of the periodontitis treatments suggested by dentists involve using laser.
The dental laser is present in every dental office and is easy to use. Unfortunately, it is not very effective.
Although, in theory, the laser’s action is beneficial, it cannot work in the depth of the bone because it has a short wavelength and a very brief action time.
Thus, even for someone who rigorously clean their teeth every 6 months, after the age of 45, the signs of dental mobility, gingival retraction, and deep degeneration of the maxillary bone may appear.
The really unpleasant part is that when all these problems occur, the solution selected by most dentists is the extraction of the tooth and then the dental implant.
Even if you might consider that the extraction of a tooth is not a big concern, because it can be replaced with a dental implant, this is not a treatment. Once started, bone resorption will continue to take place and, in a relatively short time, all teeth will be at risk.
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Until recently, there was no solution. Once periodontitis appeared, it was combated through teeth cleaning and laser therapy, but without a chance of cure.
Today, however, there is ESG (Electronic Stem Generator). It is a new device that works on the electromagnetic waves, and it distinguishes from laser in several essential aspects:
Unlike laser, ESG manages to stop the activation of the destructive osteoclasts, curing periodontitis, tooth mobility, or gingival retraction.
ESG can be used not only when problems occur, but also preventively. If it is used for prevention from the age of 30, it avoids the activation of osteoclasts, and thus it avoids loosing teeth until seniority.
Therefore, by using ESG as early as possible, one may get to enjoy their natural teeth until old age.