Lasers bringing a difference to Cosmetic Dentistry

Lasers advance dentistry once again

Over the course of the past weekend, Dr Doshi talked about how Lasers were overtaking the dentist drill to a group of established highly qualified dentists.

His seminar ran over due to the excitement it was stirring amongst the dentists. There was also an exhibition of all the latest innovative Dental Lasers that dentists could now use.

This proved to be an eye-opener with regards to the possibilities dentistry now offered patients.

Dr Doshi discussed the advantages of lasers in dentistry and how the end result was far superior due to the simple but ingenious results that were created.

“Leading dentists have been searching for methods of creating beautiful smiles that involve pain-free and quick techniques for a long time. Dental lasers are proving to be a great solution.”

Dental lasers have carved themselves a niche in dentistry and their multiple uses have diversified the options available to patients today.

A Range Of Dental Lasers at our Private Clinic

At The Perfect Smile Studios, dental lasers are used in various situations to facilitate an enhanced result and provide more comfort during dental procedures. They provide a multitude of treatment options that would have otherwise involved long-term expensive surgery.

Examples of the use of dental lasers include:

  • Treating ulcers and cold sores
  • Laser teeth whitening
  • Removal of dental decay
  • Wound healing
  • Improving gum health
  • Root canal treatments
  • Abscesses
  • Biopsies

At The Perfect Smile Studios, we use dental lasers on all of the above but they now play a major role in general dentistry as well. Dental lasers are used in dental work to improve the aesthetics of the front teeth and also the appearance of the gums to make them look more symmetrical.

“In fact, our dentists also use lasers on fillings instead of the dentist drill. This is because lasers can be used to remove dental decay as well.”

Dental lasers can be used to eliminate bacteria (as in root canal treatments) or recontour your gums to improve aesthetics. The final solution is dependent on the treatment plan of your choice and the goals you are trying to achieve.

The investment for dental lasers can be extremely high but the return on investment for the patient, practice and the dentist is extremely high. These include :

  1. shorter treatment times
  2. increased precision in dental treatment
  3. improved in options of treatments available
  4. reduced patient discomfort and healing time
  5. improved treatment results

These fundamental increase the growth of  the practices, and increase the word of mouth referrals to the practice because of increased patient satisfaction.

Call our internationally renowned award-winning studios to book in a consultation on how dental lasers may help you. Call on 01992 552115 to assess your suitability and find you a way forward.

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Is Laser Dentistry Safe? Dr.Rahul Doshi was the Clinical Advisor to BILD (British Institute of Laser Dentistry ) At The Perfect Smile Studios, we are proud to be one of the very few practices in the country that offer the many benefits of laser dentistry and it is increasingly becoming a popular choice for patients.