Laser Dentistry

What Is Laser Therapy and How Does It Work?

Laser Therapy is commonly referred to as Laser Assisted Periodontal Therapy (LAPT). Certain lasers can be used for soft tissue treatment only, while others can be used for both soft and hard tissue applications. The diode laser that performs LAPT is an important and extremely effective therapy used by us.
The treatment works by harnessing the laser’s energy and conducting it through a very thin fiber that can effortlessly access infected periodontal pockets and deliver instant treatment. Due to the tremendous accuracy of the laser, the connective tissue is spared and healing and regeneration can occur rather than the formation of a pocket seal. Stimulation of existing stem cells permits the formation of new root surface coating and new connective tissue formation on tooth roots.

Why use Laser Therapy?

Because gum disease is a chronic inflammatory disease caused by a bacterial infection and can lead to more serious diseases, the detoxifying effect of laser treatment is most valuable in treating the patient. There are no signs of thermal side effects in any of the patients treated. Most all studies have specifically indicated no adverse tissue events thereby demonstrating the safety of the diode laser.

No need for dental drills

Treatment of pyorrhea (Bleeding Gums) without surgery by laser

Painless root canal treatment by laser

Cosmetic & facial treatment by laser

Analgesic effect minimum Anesthetic requirement

Single step procedure for teeth whitening

Immediate relief from painful oral ulcers & tooth sensitivity

Effective Treatment of restricted mouth opening (OSMF) by laser

Bloodless dental & oral procedure - so less or no swelling, no pain, no drug

Faster and better healing

Laser assisted wisdom tooth removal