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Laser Dentistry
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Laser biostimulation is a fast and effective way to treat wounds and to speed the healing process, particularly around injection points and for the treatment of maxillo-facial pain - Including TMD, facial pain, migraine, or sinusitis. It has been shown that dental lasers are safe for both children and adults. In addition, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved several types of dentistry lasers for use on adults and children. Many of the lasers for dentistry are similar or identical in design to other medical lasers that have been used successfully for years in the specialties of ophthalmology, neurosurgery, Ear/Nose/Throat (ENT), and dermatology.

Advantages of Laser Dentistry include:

  • Minimal anesthesia
  • Minimal bleeding
  • More controlled swelling
  • Reduced postoperative infection/discomfort
  • Less chance of infection
  • Reduced time in dentist's office
  • Less pain
  • Enhance effect of tooth whitening
  • No absorption of harmful chemicals
  • Faster healing
  • Preservation of tooth structure
  • A more sterilized environment (dental laser kills bacteria)
  • For the treatment of canker sores and herpes lesions-The laser can actually decrease the pain experienced by these sores

Laser Dentistry Procedures and Effects:

Laser dentistry or laser periodontics allows for the treatment of gum disease at an earlier stage. In addition, it can be useful to pregnant women and people with debilitating medical conditions. While there is no guarantee of total "pain free laser dentistry", discomfort is greatly reduced. By receiving dental laser treatments, patients often have no need for Novocain or other anesthetics! Dental laser treatment, often referred to as laser periodontal treatment, works well for treating canker sores and bacterial infections around teeth and gums.

During a treatment it is also common for the patient to wear protective glasses to protect his/her eyes from continued exposure to bright light. The laser emits a tiny ticking sound-a far cry from the days of traditional dental drills. However, keep in mind that a laser might not be appropriate for all procedures. Today, many dental services can be performed with either the laser or traditional treatment, and are generally covered by most insurance plans. Your dentist should be able to determine whether or not laser dentistry is right for you.