What Is Laser Dentistry
Laser dentistry is a relatively new advancement in oral health technology that has progressed significantly in recent years. Laser dentistry is a cutting-edge technology that has revolutionized the way dental procedures are performed. The use of lasers has made treatments faster, less invasive, and less painful. Laser dentistry offers a range of benefits, including improved accuracy and precision, reduced bleeding and swelling faster healing times, and less post-operative discomfort.
Laser Treatment for TMJ
Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders are common and can cause pain, discomfort, and limited jaw movement. Traditional treatment options include medication, physical therapy, and surgery. However, laser treatment for TMJ has become a popular and effective alternative. Laser therapy uses focused light energy to reduce inflammation and promote healing. The procedure is quick, non-invasive, and can be performed in-office with minimal discomfort.
LBR Periodontists (Laser Bacterial Reduction)
LBR lesions are white patches that form on the inside of the cheek, gums, or tongue. While they are usually harmless, they can be a sign of pre-cancerous changes in some cases. LBR lesion removal is a quick and effective procedure that uses a dental laser to remove the lesion. The laser precisely targets and removes the affected tissue, leaving healthy tissue unaffected. The procedure is minimally invasive, with little to no bleeding or discomfort, and a quick healing time.
PRP (Platelet-rich Plasma) for regenerative dentistry has gained popularity in the aesthetic community, often used in “vampire facials” and micro-needling, as well as in hair restoration and wound healing. It is obtained by the double spin method, a hard spin to separate red blood cells and a soft spin to separate platelets and white blood cells.
A frenectomy is a procedure to remove a frenulum, a small flap of tissue that connects the lip or tongue to the gums. In some cases, the frenulum may be too short or tight, causing discomfort or difficulties with speaking or eating. A frenectomy is a quick and minimally invasive procedure that can be performed using a dental laser. The laser precisely removes the affected tissue, leaving healthy tissue unaffected. The procedure is quick, with minimal bleeding and discomfort, and a quick healing time.