March 11, 2021
Spirochetes Killed(Part 1 of 3) Dr. Ben Sutter, DMD uses the 10.6-micrometer LightScalpel CO2 laser therapy for his patients to destroy the high-risk pathogenic bacteria (spirochetes and trichomonads) associated with periodontal disease. Dr. Sutter visualizes (via the Phase Contrast Microscopy) and compares changes that take place in the patient’s Subgingival plaque as a result of the CO2 laser perio-pocket de-epithelialization and closed-flap sulcular debridement. Learn more about Dr. Sutter and his treatment of periodontal disease. Published on April 2, 2016
- Spirochetes Killed – 2 Weeks Post Operation
- Spirochetes Killed – 6 Weeks Post Operation
- Matthew Rowe, DDS, MS, Interview – Choosing a dental laser for my practice
- Gingivectomy for Crown Prep – Ben Sutter, DMD
- Fibroma Excision with CO2 Laser from LightScalpel
- Giant Cell Fibroma Excisional Biopsy – Ben A. Sutter, DMD
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