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Laser in Dentistry

After the invention of laser in the early ‘60s, experts started looking into ways to use it to the benefit of dentistry. Several researches and developments have been made in this field since 1960, making it possible to be safely and effectively used in the 21st century by dentists.

Laser is a state-of-the-art technology that produces concentrated energy in the form of a light beam. This energy can be used in our mouth via an optical fibre to treat soft tissue, including gums, teeth, cavities, mouth ulcers, herpes etc. The technology of dental lasers helps the dentist handle each case with a high degree of accuracy. The dental laser sheds new light on oral health care. The laser is neither radioactive nor accumulated in the body. It is simply enforced and concentrated light.

Laser Treatments include:

  • Periodontitis treatment(gum disease)
  • Gingivitis treatment
  • Aesthetical restoration of gums and gingival contour
  • Gingival surgery
  • Removal of hyperplastic tissue from the gums
  • Treatment of herpes and aphthae
  • Removal of dental caries(fillings)
  • Root canal treatment

Benefits for using the laser dentistry:

  • A faster healing time
  • Less pain
  • With some procedures, anaesthesia is unnecessary
  • Lasers are sterile, which means there is less chance for an infection
  • Lasers are extremely precise, so less healthy tissue must be removed
  • Disinfection of the cavity in caries removal
  • There is potentially a decreased need for sutures with soft tissue lasers
  • Bleeding is minimized in treated soft tissues, as the laser promotes blood clotting
  • The chance for bacterial infections is lower because the laser sterilizes the area
  • Wounds can heal faster, and it’s possible for tissue to regenerate
  • The procedures may involve less damage to the surrounding tissues
  • Stronger and longer lasting fillings
  • Faster procedures meaning less time on the dental chair.