Laser and family Dentistry

WaterLase permits your dentist to perform a large range of procedures with advantages including:




The Benefits of WaterLase dentistry



Your WaterLase dentist will typically get you in and out of the dentist chair quicker since it’s less doubtless that you’ll want an injection. It’s nice to avoid that shot, isn’t it? Not using anesthetic will enable your dentist to perform procedures that used to need over one visit during a single appointment. Also, a WaterLase dentist will perform procedures that meant an extra trip to a specialist, saving you even longer.



WaterLase (medical care for the teeth) uses laser energy and a gentle spray of water to (do/complete) a large range of teeth-related procedures. You need not to go through the warmth, vibration, and pressure related to the teeth-drill. With (more than two, but not a lot of) procedures, it's doable to use fewer pain reducing drugs or no pain-killer in any respect.





A WaterLase dentist will take away decay much more exactly than the drill. This protects additional of the healthy elements of your tooth and avoids micro-fractures that the friction of a drill will cause. Saving your natural teeth will save you the discomfort and price of bridges, dentures, and implants. Even better, studies show folks with natural teeth live longer.

What will WaterLase dentistry do?

We may use a WaterLase dentistry laser to treat your gums or different soft tissue in your mouth to:



Connections that limit the movement of your tongue or cause your gums to recede will be “released” with less post-operative pain.



We may recommend outlining or shaping your gums using WaterLase to improve the look of your smile - safely removing excess gum tissue that may offer you a "gummy" smile, or build your front teeth that seem irregular in size or form.



We suggest using WaterLase dentistry to get rid of debris and bacteria between your teeth and gums which will cause bleeding gums, gum recession, and even loss of teeth. For moderate to severe gum illness, ask your doctor regarding minimally invasive dentistry treatment for a possible repair.

We may additionally use our WaterLase iPlus laser to perform different procedures that could advantage you.



Quickly and safely take away growths or excess tissue in your mouth as well as gum tissue over an unerupted tooth, tiny “tags” referred to as papilla, and growths known as fibromas.

Maintaining a proper oral care with our ‘above the standards’ WaterLase iPlus laser technology will enhance your beautiful smile, chewing power, and natural looking teeth!


Dr. Patel Nikhil Patel, DMD Dentist

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