Solea® Laser Treatments
Our team is committed to providing our community with modern dental services, which is why we are more than happy to invest in dental technologies that raise the bar when it comes to quality dental care. Solea lasers are more accurate and efficient compared to older dental technology, and patients can look forward to having shorter, more comfortable dental visits. To learn more about our services or schedule your next appointment, please contact us!Contact Us
Solea Lasers: What are the Benefits?
Solea can be used for both hard and soft tissue procedures, and it speeds up the entire process while still offering quality results for patients. These lasers are also far quieter than dental drills, which can really help to ease dental anxiety and help patients have better experiences. There’s no painful injection that has to be done before the procedure, as Solea laser treatments do not require local anesthetic. These treatments are also pain-free, so patients do not have to worry about feeling uncomfortable during or after their treatment.
Typically when a cavity is filled, a large portion of the appointment is spent injecting a local anesthetic into the gums and waiting for it to take full effect. Once the treatment is complete, patients sometimes have to avoid eating for several hours so that they do not bite their tongues or the inside of their mouths while they wait for the numbness to completely subside. With Solea, patients don’t have to wait for their mouths to become numb or regain feeling again after getting a cavity filled; they can simply have their tooth decay removed in a quicker and easier way!
Using a laser to treat gum issues may seem intimidating, but laser dentistry is actually incredibly precise, meaning any part of the gums that does not need to be treated will not be touched by the laser. Dental lasers also help the recovery process, as they can help promote tissue regeneration. Should we see any signs of abnormalities on your gums or the inside of your mouth, we can carefully remove some of the tissue to test it and see if it is a serious problem like oral cancer. Solea lasers can also be used to treat canker sores, gum disease, and other dental issues.Contact Us