Laser Dentistry

Laser Dentistry

Laser dentistry simply refers to the use of LASER in Dental Treatments.

It’s widely used in tooth decay, gum diseases, and to speed up the teeth whitening procedures. In this procedure, a very thin but powerful beam of light for the treatment. When laser dentistry is performed then patients feel less or even no pain. It’s very safe and effective. 

At Clinic Eximus, we use the best dental technologies for patient’s treatment. Dental laser treatment is perfectly fit for you, our team of expert professionals will help you to get the right treatment.

How Do Lasers Work in Dentistry?

Laser in its full version is known as ‘Light Amplification by the Stimulated Emission of Radiation’. 

When LASER is absorbed , it elevates the tissue temperature and thus produces PhotoChemical effects .The procedure takes several steps & is effective for several dental problems. The LASER is being used as a robust dentistry tool due to its efficiency, ease of use, cost, and comfort. It has soft tissue and hard tissue applications. Works better for different surgical and dental procedures. The laser has emerged as an inseparable part of dental strategy in our dental practice.

Uses of Laser Dentistry - An Innovative Way to Treat Dental Problems

Today, Laser is being used in Dentistry for different purposes. Its usage is not limited to a certain degree but has broad usage.

Gum Disease

It’s also advantageous in conducting successful Gum Surgeries , reshaping gums and crown Lengthening.

Biopsy

In addition to the above-mentioned usage, LASER is quite effective in removing a small piece of tissue. Lasers are also effective to remove the lesions in the mouth.

Confidence Root Canal Disinfection

Chronically infected teeth have various microbes that are resistant to antibiotics . In these cases , LASER is the best way to disinfect the root canal thus increasing the success of the Root Canal Treatment considerably.

Tooth Whitening

In addition, Lasers are quite good in speeding up teeth whitening procedures. A laser beam is applied to the peroxide bleaching solution. On applying a laser beam the peroxide bleach solution results in a fast whitening process.

Treat Infections

Laser is considered as one of the best solutions for a mouth infection and provides relief from the mouth sores.

Chronic Muscular Pain

LLLT ( Low Level LASER Therapy ) is a deep relaxation therapy that calms down muscles and relieves chronic pain . This muscle injury mainly occurs after injury to TMJoint, Bite issues, Wisdom Tooth Removal .

Tooth Decay

Laser is the best fit for removing the tooth decay problem.

Benefits of Laser Dentistry

Dental LASER is one of the finest ways to treat different types of dental health concerns. It causes less pain. Globally, dentists have shown their belief in laser dentistry due to its wide range of benefits. Let’s go through the benefits of laser dentistry. If you’re planning to go with this.

  • Minimally-invasive
  • Minimized discomfort
  • Minimized anxiety
  • No high-pitched drill noise
  • No drill pressure
  • No drill vibration
  • Less bleeding
  • Less anesthetic
  • Stimulated tissue regeneration
  • Quicker recovery time
  • Easier recovery
  •   Reduces the chance of  bacterial infections
  • Safe & Effective in context of gum tissue
  • Faster Recovery .
  • Less damage to the tissues.

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Laser dentistry is a form of dentistry that is becoming more popular among dentists. Dentists have to train to use lasering tools instead of only shots and drills. Laser dentistry is named for its use of lasers to detect cavities, correct gum problems and for removing tooth decay from a tooth. All of these procedures and more can be done using lasers instead of cutting, using shots for anesthesia and drills to cut away your tooth. Plus, laser dentistry is virtually painless for most patients—even infants. It is a very great alternative for patients who want a quicker recovery and a better experience in the dental office.

Dental phobia is when patients fear going to the dentist to the point where they can have panic attacks and intense anxiety in a dental office. These feelings generally stem from worries of pain from shots and drills. Colgate reports from Peter Milgrom, DDS—a dental author and professor at the University of Washington—that up to 8% of people “refuse” to go to the dentist because of dental phobias. However, laser dentistry takes away the fear of shots and drills because those are not used during a laser dentistry procedure.

 

Patients benefit from:

  • Low anxiety from the lack of shots and drills being used.
  • Significantly reduced pain, as lasers eliminate the need for anesthesia in most cases. This is because lasers seal off nerve endings as they are used.
  • Minimized bleeding and swelling. During soft-tissue treatments, the laser seals blood vessels, encouraging immediate blood clotting.
  • No need for stitches. Because the area has been cauterized, stitches may be completely unnecessary for many patients.
  • Reduced infection risk because the laser sterilizes the area immediately during treatment.
  • Increased precision. Lasers are very precise and allow the dentist to minimize trauma to an area because there is only lasering instead of cutting, which can spare the surrounding tissue from inadvertent damage.
  • Faster healing and regeneration. Because there is less bleeding, trauma and infection, a patient can heal more quickly. Plus, the wound seals immediately.

Laser dentistry is for people of all ages. Adults are generally used to going to dentists, so they may prefer laser dentistry or they may do just fine with normal dentistry using shots and drills. However, lasers are a much better alternative for infants and children who need dental work done, but who don’t do well with shots, drills or having stitches in their mouth. We are a practice that actually focuses on children and infants because great experiences with dentistry at a young age can help ensure that children continue to see a dentist as they age.

Laser lights are useful for gently passing light through a tooth to find hidden cavities. Where there is no cavity, the light will pass through tooth material. If there is a cavity, the area will be dark, and a dentist can see the exact size and shape of a cavity. Using a laser, they can gently remove part of the tooth, clean out the decay and fill the tooth once more. This is just as effective as other forms of dentistry without all the anesthetic shots and very loud drills.

Sometimes, patients can have abnormalities or growths with their gums. This is especially common with pregnant women who have a surge in blood production. That can make small nodules grow on the gums that may be bothersome. Some conditions like gum disease can also cause abnormalities or growths with the gums. Lasers can help remove those abnormalities. A laser is simply passed along the growth, and as it is removed, the area seals itself immediately.

Starting in the 1990s, dental lasers were and still are used for:

  • Treating hot and cold sensitivities by sealing tubules at the root of the teeth.
  • Disinfecting cavities in the teeth prior to cavity fillings.
  • Finding subsurface cavities that elude x-rays and traditional probing tools.
  • Fixing a gummy smile.
  • Removing benign tumors inside the mouth with the gums, cheeks, palate and lips.
  • Accelerating the teeth-whitening process.
  • Repairing speech impediments and limited movement in children and infants, which are caused by the tongue or lip attachments.
  • Accelerating the teeth whitening process, as laser light can be used to whiten teeth.
  • Helping with TMJ pain, tooth sensitivity and inflammation. Laser light is a gentle alternative to other methods used to treat TMJ.

 

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