Treating dental issues with lasers
Lasers have been used in dentistry since 1994 and are used to treat:
- Tooth decay. Lasers can remove decay and prepare the enamel for a filling
- Gum disease. Lasers are used to remove bacteria and reshape gums
- Biopsy. A biopsy is a small piece of tissue that is removed by the laser to test for cancer
- Lesions and canker sores. Lasers remove lesions in the mouth, and can relieve pain caused by canker sores
- Teeth whitening. Lasers can speed up a teeth whitening procedure by activating the peroxide bleaching solution
How do lasers work?
Lasers deliver energy in the form of light. In dentistry, they act as a cutting instrument as they vaporize any tissue they contact. They can also be used to “cure” a filling, strengthening the the bond between the filling and the tooth.
Replacement Teeth With Staying Power
When asked what makes a smile unattractive, many people respond, “missing teeth.” Missing teeth are on display whenever you talk or smile. With proper care, dental implants can be long-lasting, effective replacements for missing teeth.
“Willlie suffered with severe TMJ issues and he has been successfully recieving treatment to help correct these concerns. He has been wearing a physiological fixed mouth appliance to help with his jaw and he also recieved reconstruction on his upper teeth with the placement of implants and cosmetic porcelain restorations.”
Lisa Ground’s Story
“Lisa Ground was unhappy with her overall smile and appearance. She has completed aesthetic porcelain reconstruction and is extremely happy with the changes it has made. She has had great success and has gone on to become the Mrs. North America Globe Classic 2015 winner.”