Models - 44Fairly new to the dental industry, laser dentistry is something that many individuals aren’t necessarily comfortable or familiar with. However, by eliminating the need to use a traditional dental drill and solely rely on a unique laser, laser dentistry is something to consider for your next visit. Plus, due to its versatile nature, laser dentistry can be used to help with tooth decay, gum disease, biopsies, and teeth whitening. Read on to learn more about the 4 perks of laser dentistry.

  1. Precision

By cutting down on the need for anesthesia, shots, and drilling through bone and gums, laser dentistry offers precision that the dental field has never seen before. Unlike the discomfort of vibrations and heat caused by a dental drill, laser dentistry is able to target the infected or problem area in a succinct and precise way— reducing the likelihood of damaging the area around the surgical point.

  1. Pain and Swelling

Through its precise nature, laser dentistry eliminates the excessive bleeding and trauma to the oral surgical area caused by excessive drilling. Specifically, with a laser’s ability to gently cut into the gums, less bleeding and swelling occurs.

  1. Reduced Trauma

It might come as a surprise to some, but with the impact of dental drilling, it can cause fractures and cracks in surrounding teeth— resulting in further dental problems further down the line. However, laser dentistry reduces the trauma and helps to eliminate the possibility of affecting the surrounding teeth.

  1. Fewer Dental Visits

Wouldn’t it be nice to only have to go to the dentist a few times a year at most? With laser dentistry, you can achieve your dream of fewer dental visits. Because, let’s face it: getting it done right the first time, and not causing any further trauma, means fewer dental visits.

In this day and age that we live in, there are medical and dental advances happening all around us. And when it comes to oral health and care, laser dentistry is making new strides and is helping to reduce trauma, help with precision, pain, and swelling, and leave you with fewer dental visits.


To learn more about laser dentistry, schedule an appointment today!