Only at our London clinic, will you have the opportunity to undergo our exclusive Nano Pulse Laser Periodontal Treatment for a non-surgical, non-invasive and pain-free approach, a solution for one of the subtlest and most severe oral conditions: pyorrhoea.
Topics: Laser technology
Did you know there is a practical, non-invasive, painless and non-surgical treatment for periodontal disease?
There is insufficient awareness regarding the widespread impact of periodontal disease in young adults. This is mostly due to the fact that its first symptoms go often unnoticed, as they are very subtle and can easily be ignored. However, unless treated correctly, periodontal disease evolves into a chronic and extremely pervasive problem and, in its final stages, leads to tooth loss.
When it comes to oral health in the UK, the latest data indicates that tooth extraction is particularly prevalent in youngsters. This could be referred to as a “tooth decay epidemic,” at least according to the 2018 NHS spending data. The survey states that nearly 43,000 hospital procedures involving the extraction of multiple teeth from patients not older than eighteen years of age have been carried out in 2016 and 2017 alone. The cost? Over 36 million pounds.
IMI Clinic specializes in the non-invasive, pain-free and non-surgical approach to periodontal disease thanks to what we call “Bio Laser Assisted Therapy.” This procedure has been perfected by internationally renowned Dr. Francesco Martelli, and is based on the permanent and definitive treatment of pyorrhea through the employment of the most cutting-edge and technologically advanced methods.
Have you ever heard of periodontal disease? Do you know what causes this severe inflammation that, in its final stage, leads to tooth loss? Can you recognize its symptoms?
Gum disease is a common condition that affects up to nine out of ten people in the United Kingdom. This disease interests the tissues surrounding our teeth, causing swelling, redness and sometimes even pain in the gum region. Although too often ignored, gum disease, if left untreated, can affect the mouth greatly, and damage the bone and ligaments that hold the teeth in place.
Topics: Gum disease