Near  Abu Hamour Petrol Station,

Doha, Qatar

Welcome To Avenues Dental Center


Bleeding Gums

Dental Scaling

Periodontal Surgery

Laser Treatment

Gum disease is caused by a sticky film of bacteria called plaque. Plaque is always forming on your teeth, but if they aren't cleaned well the bacteria in plaque can cause your gums to become inflamed. When this happens your gums will pull away from your teeth and form spaces called pockets. Plaque then gets trapped in these pockets and cannot be removed with regular brushing. If untreated, gum disease could lead to bone and tooth loss.

Periodontal surgery may be needed to treat certain gum diseases and conditions, such as gingivitis or periodontitis. This type of surgery is commonly known as gum surgery.


The Procedure aims to treat the gum disease and any damage it may have been caused by:

Laser Treatment. What makes laser dentistry so popular with patients is the simple fact that less anaesthetic and damage to the tissue is caused, resulting in more patient comfort and quicker healing.


  • These lasers can be used to recontour the gums to improve the symmetry in your smile.
  • In the case of Gummy Smiles, this laser is used to remove excess gum tissue, exposing more of the healthy tooth for a beautiful smile.
  • Used in treating lesions, ulcers, and benign soft-tissue growths.
  • Treatment of gum disease can be easily done by eliminating infected pockets. This can help in stopping the gum disease and preventing it from re-occurring .
  • These lasers are very safe and are valuable tools in dental surgery for the cutting and removal of soft tissue.
  • They are very precise and minimally invasive which reduce pain during and after the procedure.
  • Reduces risks of infection, and offer patients a faster recovery than traditional method.


  • Regrowing damaged bones and tissues.
  • Preventing tooth loss.
  • Reducing gum gaps between teeth, known as black triangles.
  • Reshaping the jaw hone to lower the risk for bacterial growth in bone crevices.
  • Eliminating bacteria and infection.