What makes you nervous about coming to see the dentist?
Is it the sound of the high-pitched drill?
The fear of pain and the fear of injections?
Then why not ask about our new dental laser technology!
Heat, vibration and pressure are the primary causes of pain associated with the use of the traditional dental drill. Since cutting both hard and soft tissues (teeth and gums) with the laser does not generate heat, vibrations or pressure, many dental procedures can be performed pain-free with less need for anaesthesia, less use of the drill and fewer numb mouths.
Additionally, using the laser for gum procedures reduces bleeding, swelling and pain after the treatment and the need for pain medication in many cases.
Accuracy & Precision
The laser can precisely remove tooth decay, bone and gum tissue while leaving the surrounding tissues unaffected. This conserves and allows you to keep your healthy tooth structure.
High-speed drills can cause hairline cracks and fractures in the teeth which can eventually lead to future dental problems. The laser reduces damage to the healthy parts of your teeth and minimizes trauma.
Laser preparations can increase bond strength of the tooth restorations resulting in longer lasting fillings.
Less Bleeding & Swelling
Due to its conservative, gentle cutting action and coagulating capability, the laser performs many soft tissue (gum) procedures with little bleeding and less swelling after the treatment.
Fewer Dental Visits
Since you often do not need injections or anaesthesia, the laser can perform many procedures in all areas of the mouth in just one visit. This technology also gives us the ability to perform many procedures that were previously referred to a specialist.
The laser is extremely versatile. It can be used for a wide range of teeth and gum procedures – from the removal of tooth decay, cavity preparations, root canal treatment, smile design and many other uses.
So why not try the latest 21st Century lasers – it’s safe, effective and advanced dental care.
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