Laser Dentistry Technology Advantages
We offer Laser Dentistry For Many Dental Procedures
Our Carmichael dental offices seeks technology that reduces anxiety, time and complications when it comes to dental procedures in Sacramento. In our offices, the laser is replacing the drill for many dental procedures! The laser has become the go-to technology to prepare tooth surfaces for bonding crowns, overlays and veneers. Many soft tissue procedures are now less painful, faster and have little or no bleeding. Laser procedures heal faster since the laser cauterizes blood vessels, reducing bleeding and opportunity for post-procedure infection.
Less Pain, Faster Healing With Dental Lasers
Today, laser dentistry is preferred over the scalpel in many dental procedures. Laser dentistry helps our Carmichael dental practice offer more precise and less painful ways to deal dental procedures like crown lengthening, bonding and prepping teeth for fillings. Laser dentistry uses finely focused beams of light projected to help reduce bleeding and pain. Dental lasers can be used to perform a wide variety of treatments, including soft tissue shaping and removal.
Top benefits of laser dentistry:
Laser dentistry brings modern benefits to many dental procedures!
- Faster healing of gum tissue.
- Reduces or completely eliminate anesthesia.
- Reduced bleeding during and after treatment.
- Reduced or completely eliminate sutures and stitches.
- Reduced risk of bacterial infections after procedures.
How can laser dentistry benefit me?
What would you think about faster, less painful dental procedures that also healed faster? Laser dentistry offers benefits in an increasing number of dental procedures. Along with cosmetic and restorative dental treatments, Dental Laser technology is also effective for preventative dentistry. The procedure will take far less time than conventional methods, and cause far less anxiety and discomfort.
Prepping A Tooth For Fillings or Crowns
Imagine no drilling for fillings! Dental lasers can eliminate the need for drilling and anesthesia when a tooth is prepared for a filling. A side benefit is that Lasers kill bacteria around the surgical site, which helps reduce post-operative complications like infections. Dental lasers can be used to shape gums to expose more of the natural tooth during when having a crown down.
For More Information on Dental Laser Technology Call: (916) 481-9255