Laser in Dentistry
Lasers are important tools for the Specialized Dentist and can be useful in all areas of dentistry (conservative dentistry, aesthetics, surgery, implantology, endodontics …) as they treat quickly, painlessly, effectively and more accurately with the conditions or lesions of the oral cavity.
Is it painful?
A key benefit of laser use is the reduction of pain for the patient. Depending on the case and the sensitivity of each patient, Laser application can be performed under local anesthesia.
What are the main advantages of Laser in dentistry?
With the use of Laser and its strong sterility properties,
- we can achieve access to inaccessible parts of the mouth.
- Reduction of treatment or surgery time.
- The procedure is performed more precisely.
- Pain is minimized during treatment and postoperatively.
- Reduction of stress
- Faster healing of the patient
- Elimination of fear of bleeding
In what cases does the Laser work?
The lasers are widely used in dentistry for the treatment of conditions such as:
- Frenulum teeth incisions
- Root canals – Endodontic therapies
- Painful tooth extractions
- Crown (visible part of the tooth )extensions
- Whitening and other treatments
- Removal of caries
- Dental hypersensitivity treatment
An important role in the outcome of dental laser treatment is played by its operator which is your dentist, who should be experienced and properly trained to avoid mistakes and achieve the best possible result in any case.