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Are you looking for advanced technology for dental treatments? Try laser dentistry. A beam of light can assist in whitening your teeth and can also be used as a cutting instrument. Dentists can use laser therapy for an array of treatments.
Are your teeth decaying? Lasers can prepare the surrounding enamel for a filling. They can even detect cavities. Why use a laser over traditional cavity treatment? Lasers kill bacteria in cavities without the need for a drill. Traditional drilling can be noisy and create quite a mess as bits of your enamel fly everywhere.
Does your gummy smile make you want to keep your mouth closed when someone is taking your photo? Are you looking to remove some of your inflamed gums? Laser therapy is a great treatment for these types of issues. The laser can cut and reshape gum tissue so that you can gain back confidence with a great smile.
Do you find your teeth are extremely sensitive to hot and cold? You might have exposed dentin that is causing you to feel every little bit of temperature change. Your dentist might suggest laser therapy to treat your sensitivity concern. Lasers can seal portions of your tooth that are exposed when they shouldn’t be. Sealing eliminates the negative sensations you experience with sensitive teeth, providing you with normal exposure to hot and cold.
Are your teeth extrinsically stained and you desire them to be whiter? A professional whitening procedure at your dentist can be just the trick and guess what? Lasers can help. Lasers speed up whitening treatments, allowing you to get on with the rest of your day. Are you ready to have a brighter smile in a short amount of time? Come to the dentist for continual efficient treatments that will have you looking terrific for your next work photoshoot.
Besides the many dental procedures that lasers help in, there are many other benefits.
• Reduction of patient anxiety, allowing the dentist to eliminate the use of a drill
• Less need for anesthesia because laser is a less invasive way to treat many dental issues
• Minimizes swelling and bleeding during soft tissue procedures
Ask your dentist about the types of laser therapy they use and if you are an ideal candidate for this type of treatment. Who knew lasers had so many benefits?