Laser Treatments

A  majority of patients are normally anxious before  consulting with a dentist.  Laser treatments provide less stress, particularly for children ,and allow better coordination of  treatment planning and follow-up.

In many cases, the drill can be eliminated altogether thus reducing disagreable side effects( noise, vibrations and pressure.) Anaesthesia becomes unnecessary  for many procedures, hence, less fear of needles. Soft tissues are less inflamed  and swelling is reduced, thus eliminating undesired side-effects of classical dental treatments.

The newest generation of lasers also provides relief for sensitive teeth.

Efficiency of action

  • Laser guarantees a higher quality of work provided by the dentist.
  • Laser  is a non-rotating device and avoids collateral damage to adjoining tissues in the oral cavity.
  • Laser permits regeneration and healing much more rapidly than traditional surgeries (scalpel, electrosurge).
  • Bacterial post-op complications are reduced  thus favoring  proper healing and regeneration.
  • Laser has a preventive effect  on caries (cavities) and hardens dental enamel.
  • In many periodontal cases, laser can help reduce tooth loss and mobility.
  • Results can be observed clinically


Efficiency of time

The practitioner as well as the patient need no longer wait for the anaesthesia to take effect, thus enhancing the use of time for multiple treatments and eliminating unnecessary extra  appointments.

Laser permits  the practitioner to propose otherwise unavailable treatments such as periodontal , esthetic  and microdentistry