How does laser dentistry work?

Laser dentistry isn’t some farfetched version of dentistry in the future, in fact it’s a very real way for patients who don’t like needles or drill bits. By focusing a beam of light and set to various wavelengths, the patient can enjoy pain relief and immediate attention without the pain or discomfort found in traditional treatments.

These lasers can help you whiten your teeth, clean enamel, heal your gums or even soft tissue treatments. Laser dentistry is on the fast pace to replace our traditional means of oral hygiene and care, with a significantly lower threshold of pain. For patients with sensitive teeth, laser treatments may be their only option. As the technology advances, you can be sure that the evolution of laser dentistry is sure to rewrite the book on oral hygiene and proper dentistry care for patients around the world.