Laser dentistry is a specialized branch of dentistry that employs laser technology for various dental procedures. Using focused beams of light, dentists can perform tasks such as dental fillings without traditional drilling, treat gum diseases by removing infected tissue, reshape gums, conduct oral biopsies, enhance teeth whitening, and aid in root canal therapy. The benefits of laser dentistry include reduced pain and bleeding, faster healing, improved precision, and decreased anxiety for patients. However, it’s essential to note that not all dental procedures can be replaced by lasers, and dentists assess each case individually to determine the most suitable treatment approach. As laser dentistry continues to advance, it promises to provide more efficient and comfortable dental care experiences for patients.
Due to significant restorative work and a history of gum disease, Diana had always been hesitant to whiten. Now, she will continue with her restorations to match her whiter smile.
A self-proclaimed “dentistphobe” Allen decided. on a whim to try whitening to freshen up his appearance.
Before her college graduation, Dani touched up her smile with Philips Zoom.