Now available at Bells Corners Family Dentistry
Laser therapy for soft tissue dental procedures and it’s now at Bells Corners Family Dentistry. Our award winning laser offers better soft tissue control with less bleeding then traditional dental methods. With quick surgical capabilities, numerous hygiene procedures (where permitted) plus modes for Pain Therapy and Whitening, laser therapy is a highly versatile and productive instrument that we are proud to offer you at Bells Corners Family Dentistry.
Laser therapy is one of the most advanced dental treatments today. Using a unique technology that combines focused light and thermal energy for a highly precise, exceptionally gentle dental experience. Laser therapy allows us to perform a wide range of procedures with benefits including:
- Faster healing time and less trauma to teeth and gums
- Less anesthetic for most procedures
- Less post-operative discomfort
- Making dental care a more relaxing experience for you
Laser treatments provide our patients with greater comfort, less bleeding, faster healing, and also helps and better results than conventional treatments. In addition, laser therapy helps in desensitizing sensitive teeth which contributes to our goal of making our patients as comfortable as possible with every visit.
A Bells Corners Family Dentistry can often get you in and out of the dental chair faster! With Laser therapy, more can be completed in a single visit.
At Bells Corners Family Dentistry, our Laser therapy provides consistency, safety, and precision for better management of soft tissue conditions.
At Bells Corners Family Dentistry, our Laser therapy targets and removes embedded bacterial pathogens and inadvertently, dead or infected epithelium and granulation tissue.
What Can Laser Therapy Do?
REMOVE ORAL LESIONS
TREAT GUM DISEASE
PROVIDE ALTERNATIVE TO TRADITIONAL ORAL SURGERY
Canker sores and cold sores can be painful making it difficult to talk and eat. Laser therapy can safely and efficiently treat sores on your lips, tongue, inner cheek and gums — often relieving pain immediately.
If you are experiencing pain and discomfort, laser therapy works as a therapeutic device that helps to temporarily increase your blood circulation as well as to temporarily relax your muscles within 5 to 10 minutes of treatment.
Laser therapy may be recommended as part of your treatment plan during the early stages of gum disease to help control the bacteria in your mouth and prevent the progression of this disease.
No one wants surgery, but when oral surgery is required, a scalpel and stitches can cause pain and discomfort. Laser therapy is a gentler alternative providing patients with less pain and faster healing.