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Versatile lasers work on hard tissues
While other lasers work on soft tissues
Quick and comfortable

How dental lasers work

Dental lasers are useful to treat mouth conditions with the use of light energy.  With its selective feature, the laser penetrates a specific depth depending on a particular kind of tissue we intend to treat.

The tissue cells are gently broken apart when they absorb the laser light which stirs up the molecules of the tissue.  This action precisely treats the desired area leaving healthy gums, bone and tooth structure unaffected.

Uses of dental lasers

Different kinds of dental lasers are available to treat various kinds of oral tissues.  We can use lasers on hard tissues such as teeth and bone.  Soft tissues like gums can also be treated with lasers.

When we use lasers on soft tissues to remove diseased gums, reshape healthy gum tissues, treat mouth sores, decontaminate gum pockets and other signs of infections of periodontal disease.

We can additionally use lasers on hard tissues to remove tooth decay as a preparatory step to prepare the teeth for fillings, bonding, sealants, root canal therapy, reshape bone, treat sensitive teeth and other restorations.

The benefits of lasers

There are many benefits of using lasers:
  • There is minimal impact on oral tissues since they precisely target a certain tissue.
  • They’re painless and mild hence little or no anesthesia is needed.
  • They lessen swelling and bleeding which in turn speed the healing of gum tissues.
  • The risk of infection is reduced by decontaminating the areas affected.
  • They have no vibration or whining sound that are much quieter than a dental drill

Dental treatment is made comfortable and effective with dental lasers.  A versatile tool to maintain the health of your mouth is an option beneficial you should consider.