Why use a laser?
Lasers are the future of dentistry! The use of a laser in the everyday dental practice yields excellent results in the treatment of many diseases, especially those affecting soft oral tissue. Treatment is almost painless and guarantees long-lasting results. Compared to traditional methods, dental and cosmetic laser technology has numerous
This means setting a higher standard for patients that will benefit from simple and fast treatments and at the same time enhancing your studio’s professionalism.
- 1. Non-invasive, painless operations
- 2. Faster and more effective treatment
- 3. Less anesthetic required
- 4. Haemostatic and bactericidal effect
- 5. Minimal bleeding means a clear operating field
- 6. Clean cutting conserves healthy tissue
- 7. No turbine vibrations and noise
- 8. Faster healing
Thanks to its bactericidal effect the laser can quickly and thoroughly decontaminate gingival pockets: this produces a significant reduction of bacteria and avoids a long and uncomfortable recovery.
The bactericidal action of the laser is particularly effective in the root canal, in the apical delta and in the dentine tubuli, speeding up the healing process of peri-apical lesions in comparison to traditional treatments.
The laser is undoubtedly the fastest and most effective way to achieve naturally white teeth. The laser light is used to activate the whitening gel which absorbs the energy from the light and penetrates tooth enamel to increase the lightening effect on the teeth. The presence of titanium oxide in the gel protects the enamel therefore minimizes pain and tooth sensitivity.
With dental diode lasers it is possible to perform a bloodless surgical operation with a complete haemostasis and an effective decontamination of the tissue. At Dental Careers LLC laser is used to get these indisputable advantages associated with faster healing and less swelling, and more predictable results.
Surgical laser treatments include:
- 1. Exposure of unerupted teeth
- 2. Fibroma removal
- 3. Frenectomy and frenotomy
- 4. Gingival troughing for crown impressions
- 5. Gingivectomy & Gingivoplasty
- 6. Gingival incision and excision
- 7. Implant recovery
- 8. Incision and drainage of abscess
- 9. Leukoplakia
- 10. Operculectomy
- 11. Oral papillectomies
- 12. Reduction of gingival hypertrophy
- 13. Soft Tissue crown lengthening
- 14. Vestibuloplasty
- 15. Teeth whitening