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Laser Dentistry in Thornton

High-Tech Dentistry in a
Practice You Trust

There have been many recent advancements in dental technology — making procedures cleaner, easier, and less painful.

There is a common fear associated with going to the dentist. From painful injections to loud drills, it’s no wonder why many people are off-put when going to the dentist. But with the help of laser technology, you no longer have to deal with those fears — ever again.

So, if you are looking for a modern dentist who vows to use only the best dental technology and practices, you’ve come to the right place.

What Lasers Are Used For:

Laser technology can cut through both hard and soft tissue quickly and efficiently. We only use the latest in laser technology to remove tooth decay and to reshape the gum line without pain or excessive bleeding of the mouth. We also use lasers to fix “gummy” smiles and to help those with periodontal disease. Laser Dentistry is not a standalone way to treat Periodontal Disease, but it works in conjunction with traditional therapies.

Laser dentistry is painless, minimally invasive, and eliminates the need for stitches because your tissues will heal faster with this type of treatment. Patients are often able to resume their regular activities immediately following treatment. As a result, they may experience less post-operative pain and swelling than they would with a traditional surgical procedure using drills.

Benefits of Laser Dentistry vs. Traditional

Over the past decade, laser technology has advanced significantly, making it possible to use lasers in many types of dental procedures that were previously performed using traditional surgical methods.

But, what are the differences between laser dentistry vs. traditional treatment? We will tell you! Unlike traditional methodologies, the benefits of using lasers in dentistry include:

  • Less bleeding during and after surgery
  • Reduced risk of infection
  • Faster healing time and less swelling due to reduced bleeding
  • Less need for anesthesia in some cases
  • No stitches are required as with some surgeries

The benefits of laser dentistry are astounding and leave our patients smiling time and time again.

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