As technology and innovation improve, the field of dentistry becomes more patient-friendly and effective. New methods allow dentists to perform conservative treatments that are more comfortable for the patient. At Frost Dental Group, we perform minimally invasive treatments that provide lasting results by staying up-to-date on the latest practices for improving your patient experience.
We consistently utilize laser dentistry during our procedures. The technology allows us to perform the most precise treatment with minimal discomfort and downtime for you.
What is Laser Dentistry?
Lasers are used for a range of different dental procedures, often for shaping or removing gum tissue. The intense beam of light emitted by lasers offers an accuracy that is unmatched by more traditional techniques. In our practice, we use lasers in conjunction with other tools to create the best result possible for the patient. Depending on your specific needs, laser dentistry might benefit you.
What Can Laser Dentistry Treat?
At Frost Dental Group, we use laser dentistry during minor oral surgeries such as extractions and small biopsies. A laser is often ideal when reshaping gum tissue during crown lengthening procedures. Laser dentistry is also integral to the treatment of gum disease and can effectively remove infected gum tissue without affecting your surrounding teeth.
The Benefits of Laser Dentistry
Lasers are often less invasive than a dental drill and may allow you to receive treatment without any form of anesthesia. For patients who experience dental anxiety, lasers can take away much of the discomfort that you may experience when coming in for a dental appointment.
Lasers are also known to produce fewer symptoms than more traditional procedures, which means that you will experience a shorter downtime after your treatment. Laser easily controls bleeding while in use, eliminating many of the symptoms that would otherwise occur post-treatment. You will be able to return to your normal routine immediately after you receive treatment with a dental laser.
Call Today for More Information!
If you would like more information on laser dentistry or to find out whether laser dentistry is right for you, contact Frost Dental Group and schedule an appointment at 201-438-8870.