Laser Dentistry in Oregon City, OR
Developments in dental technology have led to the use of lasers for numerous procedures, or laser dentistry. Lasers have provided us with several benefits, including pinpoint accuracy and reduced bleeding, swelling, and pain. At Beavercreek Dental, we are proud to offer Solea technology for your laser dental procedures.
Solea Laser Dentistry
We use Solea, the latest in laser dentistry technology, at our office. Solea uses a CO2 laser dental system and offers the ability to perform a variety of dental procedures in a single setting. It has a unique wavelength and is computer controlled. The laser is virtually noiseless and eliminates the need for anesthesia. It is precise, fast, and has greatly improved our efficiency in performing your necessary procedures. We are highly trained by the company in the use of this technology.
With Solea, Dr. Kim and his team can cut any tissue, soft or bone, with a single setting, thanks to its new software. There are numerous benefits to the use of this technology, including enhanced comfort and the ability variety of procedures performed without anesthesia.
Additional benefits to Solea laser dentistry include:
- Less invasive procedures
- Minimal bleeding
- Significantly shorter recovery time
- Faster, quieter treatments
- Less follow-up visits required
- Enhanced precision to preserve tissue and enamel health
Because the laser operates on a 9.3 µm wavelength, laser treatments are often faster and quieter than any other laser, providing a major benefit to patients who may experience anxiety during dental work. The speed of the laser also allows us to perform multiple procedures in a single visit, reducing the total number of visits you require.
What Procedures Can Be Performed with Laser Dentistry?
At Beavercreek Dental, our team uses laser dentistry to perform a variety of different procedures:
- Periodontal treatments. If swollen gum tissue prevents us from being able to completely perform scaling and root planing, the laser can remove the infected gum tissue, providing necessary access
- Crown lengthening (removing excess gum tissue that makes your teeth appear small)
- Treatment of tooth decay. Lasers can clean decay from cavities, preparing the tooth for a filling
- Preparing teeth for restorations, such as dental veneers, crowns
- Frenectomies or tongue-tie surgery
- Removal of lesions. The laser can cleanly remove a section of a lesion for a soft tissue biopsy
- Treatment for sensitive teeth
Learn More About Laser Dentistry with Beavercreek Dental
Ready to learn more about what laser dentistry can do for your smile? Call Beavercreek Dental today!