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Laser Dentistry

Laser Dentistry

Tinton Falls, NJ

Laser dentistry has quickly become one of the most popular forms of dental care, with many patients turning to this technology as an alternative to traditional procedures like teeth whitening and veneers. In fact, according to the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD), 40 percent of cosmetic dentists say they use lasers in their practices regularly, and another 26 percent occasionally use them.

What Is Laser Dentistry?

Laser dentistry is a relatively new field in the dental industry, using highly concentrated beams of light to perform procedures such as cavity removal, root canals, and gum reshaping.

These lasers can precisely target specific areas without causing damage to surrounding tissue. As a result, patients experience less discomfort during treatment and may have a faster recovery time.

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These lasers can precisely target specific areas without causing damage to surrounding tissue. As a result, patients experience less discomfort during treatment and may have a faster recovery time.

Laser dentistry can also reduce the need for anesthesia and traditional drilling, making it a popular choice for patients with dental anxiety. In contrast, not all dentists offer this type of treatment who undergo extensive training to safely use laser technology in their practice.

Overall, laser dentistry offers valuable benefits for both dentists and patients alike.

What Are The Advantages Of Laser Dentistry?

When it comes to dental treatments, many patients want quick and painless procedures. Laser dentistry can provide just that. Some benefits of laser dentistry include the following:

•     Lasers can precisely target specific areas, making them an excellent option for cavity preparation or gum reshaping procedures.

•     Lasers help minimize bleeding and swelling, so recovery time is often shorter with laser dentistry.

•     Lasers can reduce the need for anesthesia or stitches during specific procedures.

•     Laser dentistry can help to kill bacteria and prevent infection.

•     The precision provided by lasers allows for more conservative treatments, preserving as much healthy tooth structure as possible.

If you're looking for a comfortable and efficient dental experience, consider choosing Premier Periodontics and Implant Dentistry for the best laser options.

Are There Any Potential Disadvantages Of Laser Dentistry?

While laser dentistry may offer certain benefits, such as reduced discomfort and a faster healing time for patients, there are also certain potential drawbacks.

For example, dental lasers can be expensive for a practice to acquire and maintain. In addition, not all procedures can be performed with a dental laser, so traditional methods may still be necessary in some cases.

There is also the potential risk of tissue damage from overexposure to the laser. However, these disadvantages can usually be mitigated through proper training and the use of caution by the dentist.

Overall, deciding to use dental lasers should involve weighing the potential risks and benefits for each case.

What Should You Consider Before Any Laser Dentistry Treatment?

Before deciding on laser dentistry, you must consult your dentist to determine if the treatment is proper for your specific dental needs. Your dentist will also consider any existing medical conditions and current medications, as these may affect the effectiveness or safety of the procedure.

In addition, it is essential to inquire about the experience and training of the dental team performing the procedure.

Advanced technology, such as a laser, requires specialized knowledge and skill to ensure successful outcomes.

At Premier Periodontics and Implant Dentistry, all of our dentists are highly trained and certified in using dental lasers for various treatments. We prioritize patient safety and comfort while delivering superior results. Choose Premier Periodontics and Implant Dentistry for your laser dentistry needs, and rest assured that you will be in capable hands. For questions and appointments, call (732) 747-1766.

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