What is Laser Dentistry?
Using lasers to treat different kinds of dental conditions forms the basic definition of Laser Dentistry. They have commercially been used for clinical dental practice since 1989.
It is observed that laser treatments pose relatively less discomfort as compared to drills and other non-laser tools, during and after the dental procedures catering hard or soft tissues. The acronym LASER stands for “light amplification by the stimulated emission of radiation”. The device used produces a very focussed and narrow beam of light energy, which reacts when comes in contact with the tissue, removing or shaping it.
Laser Dentistry is employed in diverse routines, including:
Using lasers can make dental implementations cost-effective, comfortable, and quite efficient. Laser dentistry as a non-conventional treatment option for distinct dental issues has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). But currently has yet to be recognized fully by the American Dental Association (ADA), though it has been under potential considerations for the field.
Types of Laser Procedures: There are two main types of procedures employed in laser dentistry, issues of the teeth are termed as hard tissue, and the ones catering to the gums are said to be soft tissue procedures.
Common Hard Tissue procedures comprise of:
Common Soft Tissue procedures comprise of:
Based on the type of laser equipment being used and the condition being treated for, such treatments differ in prices. Given the convenience of laser treatments getting completed in fewer sessions and sittings, they are less expensive as compared to their traditional non-laser counterparts.
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