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If fear of needles and anesthesia is keeping you from getting your fillings done, then we have a solution for you.
State-of-the-art laser dentistry is, in many ways, revolutionizing the world of dental care. The dental laser is a gentle, effective tool that kills oral bacteria, removes damaged tissues, and supports healing.
At Hillcrest Family Dentistry, our team uses lasers for:
One of the primary uses of laser dentistry is to treat gum disease. Laser periodontal treatment differs greatly from traditional cut-and-sew surgery, because the lasers we utilize eliminate only damaged tissues; they leave healthy tissues intact. This conservative approach helps to refresh your smile, and promote gum tissue regeneration, with minimal discomfort and downtime for you, as the patient.
Dr. Vareldzis’s training in bioesthetic dentistry enables him to provide thorough, comprehensive care, with laser dentistry. We use top tools, like 3D scans, digital X-rays and CAD/CAM technology, we pinpoint sites of infection, and target them with laser therapy. The treatment we provide is designed to truly rehabilitate your smile, rather than simply provide short-term relief for unpleasant symptoms.
Laser dentistry is already, by its very nature, gentle and well-tolerated by patients of many ages. Additionally, our team offers sedation dentistry treatments for those with sensitive teeth, and those who are prone to suffering from dental anxiety. The comfort and expediency of laser dentistry makes it ideal for our busy patients.
Many laser dentistry treatments are designed to kill harmful oral bacteria, and promote oral tissue healing, and this process happens over time. We’ll work with you to develop a comprehensive dental plan, so that once you achieve a healthy smile, you can maintain it. We offer nutritional counseling, and we’ll optimize your at-home oral hygiene routine. Laser dentistry is really just one component of your larger treatment protocol.