Lasers In Dentistry
What is Dental Laser?
Dental laser is a part of laser family intended precisely for procedures in oral surgery and dentistry.
How does laser work?
What is soft tissue laser?
lasers are used for soft tissue surgeries in the oral cavity to do a lot of procedures
Cosmetic and Laser
There are other cosmetic procedures done by laser such as removing pigmentation of the gum or color change the gum. This uses wavelengths which are partially absorbed by pigment in the tissue.
Laser at Dentistry
Dental procedures involving lasers may sound like something from science fiction, but for a growing number of dentists, it is today's reality.
Laser and cleaning
Lasers sometimes are used for debridement (tissue cleaning) and disinfection of diseased periodontal pockets (pockets full of bacteria and debris from tartar or build ups). Closure of treated pockets is permitted by their coagulative ability to form fibrin.
Some of the benefits of lasers
The use of a laser can diminish injury after surgery, and decreases the need for anesthetics.
There will be almost no bleeding following soft tissue procedures. In addition, the risks of electrosurgery procedures are avoided.
Is dental laser safe?
Yes, lasers have been used in dentistry since 1990. Lasers is a safe and effective treatment for a varied collection of dental procedures.