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3 Ways Laser Dentistry Improves Your Oral Health

February 8, 2019
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Posted By: Dr. Ardalan Sanati
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If it’s been a while since you’ve visited a dental practice, you will be happy to learn that a lot has changed in recent years. More and more, state-of-the-art technology is being utilized to improve your overall experience by speeding treatment times, improving your comfort, and ensuring more favorable outcomes.

One technology that many patients are excited about is laser dentistry. Dentists use the same type of laser that's used for medical procedures but they have been adapted for use in certain dental procedures.

Treatment with lasers is non-invasive, efficient, minimizes bleeding, and provides faster recovery times. Since laser dentistry in Vienna, VA can be adapted for different procedures, we can easily treat many concerns.

Gum Disease Treatment

If you’ve ever had gum surgery that required cutting, you know it’s an uncomfortable procedure with long recovery times. However, today we use dental lasers to stop the infection by comfortably removing diseased tissue while preserving healthy tissue to promote faster healing.

Remove Oral Growths

Anyone who’s had herpetic sores or cold sores and fever blisters knows they can be painful, But your dentist uses lasers to eliminate them comfortably. Regarding cold sores, it's been found that repeated treatment with lasers minimizes the risk for a further outbreak in the same location.

Improve a “Gummy” Smile

Do you see too much of your gums when you smile? Today, dentists use lasers to trim the excess tissue and restore balance and harmony to your smile.

We Offer Comfortable Laser Treatments

If you have any of these conditions and would like to learn more about laser dentistry in Vienna, please call Tysons Dentistry to arrange an appointment with Dr. Sanati and Dr. Shahram. They will be happy to evaluate your needs and explain how dental lasers can improve your experience and promote better oral health. 

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