Posted on 8/10/2019 by Beautiful Smiles Office
|Technology helps people in many ways. It makes it easier to do things and helps increase productivity. One type of technology that is finding more and more uses is lasers. These are not the lasers found in science fiction movies.
They are lasers that can help people with their oral health. There are several ways that the lasers we have in our office will improve the health of your teeth and gums along with your overall oral health.
How Dental Lasers Work
All lasers rely on light to do their work. The concentrated light of dental lasers is an effective tool for cutting or for vaporizing tissue. That can make it effective for helping to clean the teeth and gums and to deal with a variety of dental problems.
Dental lasers are sometimes an alternative to a dental drill. They can reduce the need for anesthesia in some procedures. They can help limit any blood during a procedure and they can preserve more of the healthy tooth during a cavity removal. For people dealing with dental anxiety, the dental lasers can help them get the care they need.
Ways Dental Lasers Help
There are many different ways that we can use dental lasers to help with your oral health. They can help remove any decay of the teeth. They can remove bacteria from the teeth and the gums. They can help reshape gums during root canals. Lasers are an effective way to take a biopsy when checking for cancer. They can also remove lesions that form in the mouth.
Dental lasers may seem like they are from a science fiction novel, but they are an important tool for our office. They can help everyone maintain the best oral health possible.
For more information about this or any other oral health issue, contact our office to schedule an appointment.
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