Which Treatments Can Be Performed Using WaterLase?
This versatile tool can be used during a number of procedures, including:
- Gum surgery
- Small cavity treatment
- Crown lengthening
- Removal of excess bone
- Restoration preparation
- Cold sore treatment
- Tooth extraction
- Root canal therapy
During your personalized consultation, our team can determine whether this treatment method is appropriate for your needs and goals.
Advantages of Laser Treatment
High-speed drilling creates strong vibrations, placing significant pressure on teeth. This can cause hairline cracks to form, which can lead to future dental complications that require restorative treatment. Laser dentistry, on the other hand, is designed for maximum precision, minimizing the impact on the surrounding gums, teeth, and bone. As such, your dentist can preserve more of the natural tooth structure and protect the health of your smile.
Our experienced team is dedicated to providing patients with unparalleled service and advanced treatment options, which is why we have incorporated WaterLase into our dental procedures.
In addition, the gentle nature of this laser treatment minimizes post-operative pain and results in less bleeding and swelling. This technology also reduces or eliminates the need for anesthesia, improving patient comfort and reducing the overall cost of the procedure. For patients with several dental concerns, our doctors can streamline your treatment with WaterLase, performing multiple procedures in one visit.
Accessible Laser Dentistry
To make this vital treatment more affordable for our patients, we offer several payment options. We accept dental insurance through MetLife, Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and Horizon Dental in addition to all major credit cards. We also offer zero percent financing for qualifying patients. If you have questions about your finances, our friendly staff would be happy to assist you.
Improving Your Dental Experience
Our experienced team is dedicated to providing patients with unparalleled service and advanced treatment options, which is why we have incorporated laser dentistry into our procedures. If you're interested in learning more about the benefits of WaterLase, contact us online or call our office at (201) 332-0403.