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Laser Dentistry in Gurgaon - The Dental Hub

 

Lasers are used in dentistry to treat a variety of dental problems like tooth decay, gum problems, lesion removal and teeth whitening.

A laser dental treatment works by firing an intense beam of light energy to perform precise dental procedures. They are easy to control and allow dentists to painlessly cut or vaporize tissue on contact, eliminate decay in teeth, and remove soft tissue from gums.

 

Lasers are a relatively new feature of dentistry. Dental lasers use focused beams of light to remove or reshape tissue during restorative treatments, cure bonding agents and activate bleaching agents during teeth whitening.

Keep smiling by consulting with our advanced laser dentistry specialists in Gurgaon today. at affordable charges.

Contact us today by visiting The Dental Hub Clinic located at Golf course road near DLf Phase 5..

WHAT IS A LASER AND HOW DOES IT WORK ? 

 

​Lasers produce energy in the form of light. A narrow beam of light is emitted from the laser that is highly intense and it comes it contact with the tissue and causes reaction. The light produced by the laser can remove or shape tissue.

Use Of Lasers in Dentistry 

The most common uses of dental lasers are to :

  • Reduce the discomfort caused by canker and cold sores.

  • Expose the wisdom tooth that is partially erupted.

 

  • Implement biopsy processes.

  • Manages the tissues in the gum at the time of crowns or other processes.

  • Remove inflamed gum tissues and aid in the treatment of gum disease.

  • Helps in removing overgrown tissues as a result of medications.

  • Remove muscle attachments that limit proper movement.

  • Reshapes bones and gums during the process of crown lengthening.

Benfits of Using Dental Lasers

 

The most common benefits of dental lasers are :

  • Lasers cause less or almost no pain so there is hardly any need of anesthesia that allows the patient to enjoy a more relaxed dental experience.

  • Laser procedures can be more precise.

 

  • Also, lasers can reduce symptoms and healing times associated with traditional therapies.

  • Decrease the quantity of bacteria in both diseased gum tissue and in cavities of tooth.

  • Control bleeding and swelling during treatment of soft tissues.

  • Helps in preserving healthy tooth during removal of cavity.