Laser Dentistry

One way to provide highly accurate, delicate treatment without the possibility of damaging healthy tissue is through the use of a soft tissue laser. Treatments completed using the soft tissue dental laser are generally painless and do not necessitate the usage of incisions or the need for stitches. While the laser is cleaning out tissue in addition it disinfects the spot which significantly cuts down the risk of an infection. On top of that, healing time is reduced as compared to treatment methods completed with a scalpel.

Dental Diode Laser

One way to provide highly accurate, delicate treatment without the possibility of damaging healthy tissue is through the use of a soft tissue laser. Treatments completed using the soft tissue dental laser are generally painless and do not necessitate the usage of incisions or the need for stitches. While the laser is cleaning out tissue in addition it disinfects the spot which significantly cuts down the risk of an infection. On top of that, healing time is reduced as compared to treatment methods completed with a scalpel.

Dental lasers are a very effective technique to deal with gingivitis or perhaps a gummy smile. Again, along with the exact control, the dental professional has the ability to deal with the infected gum tissue without the trauma to healthy gum tissue. Whenever gum surgery to remove extra tissue which overlaps onto the tooth surface is completed with a laser you will find little swelling and bleeding, and no requirement for stitches. The process is relatively painless and healing is much faster.

Hard Tissue Laser

The hard tissue dental laser utilizes a combination of laser energy and water to complete numerous dental procedures once done with a dental drill. The hard tissue dental laser gives us remarkable control and precision throughout treatments allowing the doctor to save healthy tooth composition.

It will not create the high-pitched noise and vibration of a standard drill so treatments are much easier for patients. The truth is many patients find they no longer necessitate anesthesia for some treatments.

Contact Info

  • Address

    2000 Swift St. • North Kansas City, MO 64116

  • Email

    Info@NKCDental.com

Office Hours

Monday

6:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Tuesday

6:30 AM - 7:00 PM

Wednesday

6:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Thursday

6:30 AM - 7:00 PM

Friday

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday

Closed