Laser Dentistry

Laser Dentistry

Enhancing dental treatment with laser technology

The use of laser technology in medical science has given a chance for immense possibilities. Not only has treatment has become more comfortable, but even efficient. Imparting the laser treatment in dental science has also extended the level of treatment giving highly accurate and precise results.

What is Laser Dentistry?

Laser dentistry is a minimally invasive, precise, and effective way of treating dental disorders with the help of laser light. It is an integral part of several advanced dental procedures such as gum surgery, cavity treatment, and other dental issues of the mouth such as removal of overgrown tissues, teeth whitening, etc. Laser dentistry is ideal for children who have trouble staying still for standard dental procedures.

What can you expect?

Laser dentistry can resolve several issues of your teeth and gums such as

  • Root canal infections
  • Gum disease (moderate to chronic levels)
  • Gum reshaping 
  • Wisdom teeth extractions
  • Treats sleep apnea
  • Regenerates damaged nerves
  • Removes oral tumors
  • Teeth whitening

What are the benefits of laser dentistry?

Laser dentistry is a much-anticipated method of treating dental disorders of the oral cavity. It ensures smooth and effective procedures, reduces discomfort, and increases healing time for patients. Laser dentistry provides the following benefits.

  • Procedures rarely require the need for sutures
  • Procedures would not require anesthesia
  • Laser light can also sterilize the gums
  • Reduced bleeding during procedures

Types of Dental Lasers

There are two types of dental lasers used for dental procedures which are approved by the FDA.

Hard Tissue Lasers - They are highly absorbable by tissues of the bone and useful for cutting through tooth structure.

Soft Tissue Lasers -These lasers are highly absorbable by water and hemoglobin making them more effective to be used in the more delicate tissue layers.

During Your Laser Procedure

Your laser procedure would seem just like any other dental procedure. Patients who have a tough time dealing with anxiety and fear would be administered with dental sedatives. The laser would only generate slight vibrations and would not cause any discomfort as compared to other dental tools. If the procedure creates any signs of bleeding, it would be easily wiped away. 

Patients would be advised to continue good oral hygiene habits. We will instruct you more about laser dentistry and aftercare tips. 

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