Dental Lasers & 3D Cone Beam Imaging Technology
THE BIOLASE ALL TISSUE LASER
This innovative state of the art instrument offers tremendous benefits over traditional hand-directed scalpels and similar instruments, including:
- Faster appointment time without reducing efficacy
- Less operative and post-op discomfort
- Less bleeding at the site of treatment
- Better precision during laser gum surgery when handled by a trained professional
- Same cost as gum surgery without lasers
The Benefits of BIOLASE Dentistry
BIOLASE dentistry uses laser energy and a gentle spray of water to perform a wide range of procedures without the heat, vibration and pressure.
The BIOLASE laser allows a more conservative approach to the periodontal and peri-implant treatment.
The BIOLASE laser uses energy to perform surgery, with minimal to no bleeding. That results in faster, more comfortable healing. The laser is an excellent tool in the management of gum problems.
The procedures performed with the BIOLASE are as follows:
TREAT PERIODONTAL DISEASE with the Periodontal Repair protocol
The BIOLASE laser is used to remove debris and bacteria on teeth and gums that can cause bleeding gums, gum recession and even loss of teeth.
IMPROVE YOUR SMILE
We may suggest contouring or shaping your gums using BIOLASE dentistry to improve the appearance of your smile – safely removing excess gum tissue that may give you a “gummy” smile, or make your front teeth appear irregular in size or shape.
In some instances, a crown lengthening procedure Is necessary in order to expose sufficient tooth structure that allows your dentist to complete a restoration.
The gum and bone recontouring or shaping your gums using BIOLASE is a conservative and SAFE means of performing the procedure.
REMOVE ORAL GROWTHS
Quickly and safely remove growths or excess tissue in your mouth including gum tissue over an unerupted tooth, small “tags” called papilla or operculums, and growths called fibromas.
FIX A “TONGUE TIE” OR PREVENT GUM RECESSION
Connections that restrict the movement of your tongue or cause your gums to recede can be “released” with less post-operative pain.