Using the innovative laser dentistry in dental care, we at Shalby Hospitals offer you a minimally invasive treatment process for different oral problems such as cavity treatment and gum surgery. Laser dentistry calls for the use of highly focused light beams to extract overgrown tissue, reshape gums, or whiten teeth.
Advantages of Laser Dentistry:
- Cuts and coagulates precisely, in one step
- Minimizes post-operative inflammation and discomfort
- Offers a clean and bloodless operating field
- Reduces patient recovery time
- Reduces the need for anesthesia
Pediatric Laser Dentistry
This technological procedure can be used instead of a drill or scalpel and its gentle action can help dispense any fear and anxieties associated with dental visits.
Laser Dental Implants
Dental Implants using the laser are so precise that the site can be prepared with minimal trauma to the surrounding tissue, and there is very little bleeding with often no need for stitches. The action of the laser greatly reduces the provocative reaction so there is much less discomfort following surgery-in fact some patients report no uneasiness at all! The laser also disinfects the region, promotes healing of soft tissue and regeneration of new hard and soft tissue.
Painless Root Canal Treatment by laser technique
The laser can be used to open the canal and then, using a combination of air, water and light energy, can remove diseased tissue and clean out and disinfects the canal. The anti-bacterial action of the laser improves the chances of the root filling succeeding.
What are dental lasers uses for?
Laser dentistry is utilized in different techniques, including:
- Treatment of cold sores
- Fillings and Tooth Preparation
- tissue healing
- Cleaning of gum pockets
- gum surgery
Lasers can make dental medications more proficient, savvy, and agreeable.
How laser treatments are performing?
The two main types of procedures used for laser dentistry are hard tissue and soft tissue procedures. Hard tissue refers to the teeth, and soft tissue refers to the gums.
The two fundamental kinds of systems used for laser dentistry are hard tissue and delicate or tissue procedures. Hard tissue refers to the teeth, and delicate tissue refers to the gums.
Fillings and Tooth Preparation
The laser can, in the correct conditions, be utilized to set up a tooth for a filling instead of a bore. Frequently no anesthesia is required. The laser works with no warmth or vibration, so causes practically no inconvenience and this likewise ensures the encompassing veneer. It is so precise that it preserves more of the healthy tooth structure and destroys bacteria locally to ensure no contaminant is left in the tooth.
Gum Disease/Periodontal Treatments by laser technique
Gum disease forms in pockets around the tooth which can weaken its attachment to the gum; eventually causing it to fall out. With lasers these can often be managed non-surgically and with less discomfort. Lasers don’t compromise on efficacy: they can actually penetrate deeper into the pockets of gum disease and lead to a smaller risk of recurrence and a better healing response.
Tongue ties removal
These can be carried out without the need for stitches and with little or no anaesthesia. There is little post-operative pain and the frenum doesn’t
Gum Contouring and Soft Tissue Surgery
This can be done more precisely so the cosmetic outcome is greatly improved. Because no scalpel is used there is much less post-operative pain, swelling, bruising and bleeding.
Treating cold sores
Lasers can minimize healing time and reduce pain from cold sores.
Lasers speed up the bleaching process amid teeth-whitening sessions.
Dental Cosmetic and Implantology
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