How Does Laser Dentistry Work?
Lasers are used to deliver energy at different wavelengths into the gums and teeth, and can target enamel, tooth decay or gum tissue. The laser removes small layers of tooth or gum material, while preserving the integrity of the underlying tissue.
Because there is no drill in direct contact with the tissue, there is no uncomfortable vibration when using dental lasers. Lasers are minimally invasive, making them perfect for patients with dental anxiety.