We use laser dentistry in our practice for hard and soft tissue procedures. The lasers used are narrow beams of light energy that can penetrate the tissue, producing the ability to vaporize, remove or shape soft tissues such as the gums, cheeks and tongue. It can also penetrate hard tissue and remove decay.

Laser dentistry can be used to correct many problems from uncovering partially erupted wisdom teeth to removing lip pulls in orthodontic patients. Lasers can also obtain small tissue samples in biopsy procedures to detect lesions or potential tumors in the mouth.

Using laser dentistry as opposed to other forms of surgery does have its advantages. Lasers can control the amount of bleeding during the treatment and can sometimes remove gum tissue without causing bleeding. In laser dentistry, there may also be less swelling and pain following the surgery as the laser can seal blood vessels and nerve endings.

Waterlase MD Laser

The Waterlase MD laser is used in our practice for various hard and soft tissue procedures. Touted as the most advanced technology in laser dentistry today, the Waterlase MD uses aerospace materials in its handpiece for the ultimate in comfort and durability. The design of the handpiece also allows for maximum visibility and access of the surgical area for the doctor.

Waterlase MD employs a ComfortJet air/water delivery system to increase patient comfort during any treatment. Crown lengthening, implant and root canal therapy are just some of the procedures enhanced through the use of Waterlase MD.

Ask us for more information about how Waterlase MD is revolutionizing laser dentistry on your next visit.