Laser Therapies

Laser Bacterial Reduction (LBR):

LBR is a dental procedure that utilizes laser technology to target and eliminate harmful bacteria in the oral cavity, reducing the risk of gum disease and promoting overall oral health. By employing focused laser energy, LBR minimizes bacterial colonization in pockets around the teeth, offering a non-invasive and efficient method to reduce gingival inflammation and enhance oral hygiene.

Laser-Assisted Periodontal Therapy (LAPT):

LAPT involves the use of lasers to treat periodontal diseases by selectively removing infected tissue and promoting the regeneration of healthy gum tissue. This advanced approach may reduce the need for more invasive periodontal surgeries, leading to quicker recovery times and less discomfort for patients, while effectively addressing the underlying causes of periodontal issues.

Treatment of Aphthous Ulcers (Canker Sores) or Cold Sores with Laser:

Laser treatment for these tissue lesions involves the application of low-level laser therapy to accelerate the healing process, alleviate pain, and reduce inflammation associated with these common oral sores. By promoting tissue repair at a cellular level, laser therapy provides a non-invasive and expedited solution for individuals experiencing discomfort.

Laser Tooth Desensitizing:

Laser tooth desensitizing is a procedure that employs laser technology to address tooth sensitivity by sealing exposed dentin surfaces and reducing nerve sensitivity. This non-invasive method offers a quick and effective solution to alleviate discomfort caused by hot or cold stimuli, providing patients with lasting relief from tooth sensitivity without the need for invasive treatments.

Laser Tooth Whitening:

Laser tooth whitening is a cosmetic dental procedure that enhances the brightness of teeth by activating a tooth whitening gel with laser energy. This accelerated whitening process is known for its efficiency in removing stains and discoloration with less propensity for post-procedural sensitivity, resulting in a visibly brighter and more radiant smile in a relatively short period.

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Cosmetic Dentistry

Teeth Whitening

Many people desire a brighter or whiter smile. Unfortunately, whitening toothpastes or trends seen in the media may not always be safe or effective in ...
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Restorative Dentistry

Gum Disease Treatment

What is gum disease? Gum disease (periodontal disease), is an infection of the gum tissue surrounding and supporting the teeth.  It is a major cause of tooth ...
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Preventative Dentistry

Oral Cancer Screenings

Changes to the tissues in your mouth can be hard to detect on your own. At each cleaning/check-up appointment our team of trained providers will ...
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