Laser therapy in dentistry can help with a number of problems:
- Teeth whitening – Lasers can be used in an in-office setting to help in teeth whitening procedures. A peroxide solution, once applied to the surface of the tooth, is ‘activated’ by the laser which speeds up the whitening process.
- Tooth decay and gum disease – Lasers can be used to remove decay and to help reshape gums to remove bacteria during a root canal.
- Lesion removal and biopsy – Lasers can be used to remove any lesions in the mouth and to remove tissue for biopsy sampling.
Lasers, in some cases, may be a less invasive procedure and may minimize bleeding and swelling during soft tissue treatments.
Contact Comprehensive Dental Care
The professionals at Comprehensive Dental Care will determine if laser therapy may be something you can benefit from in your dental procedure. Call us today to schedule an appointment and discuss your laser therapy treatment options.