Laser Dentistry - Oakbrook Terrace & Chicago, IL
Gum Disease Treatment
Why Choose A Laser Dentist?
The WaterLase iPlus laser offers patients a virtually pain-free treatment option that is as effective or more effective than traditional treatment methods. Using the dental laser, we are able to perform many procedures without a shot or a drill!
The WaterLase iPlus uses YSGG laser energy and a patented spray of water to gently and effectively cut soft tissue and bone, often with less reported instances of swelling or post-operative sensitivity or pain. We can also use the WaterLase iPlus to perform a variety of soft tissue procedures such as gingivectomy, scaling and root planing, gingival contouring, laser disinfection, and periodontal surgery.
The WaterLase iPlus removes the fear from periodontal care. If you’re ready to learn more about laser dentistry, call us today.
The Benefits Of Choosing Laser Dentistry
Virtually Pain Free Procedure
The WaterLase iPlus does not require cutting or sutures and patients typically report little to no pain.
A More Enjoyable Experience
97% of WaterLase patients would recommend the procedure to their friends or family.
Faster Healing Time
Patients who have a WaterLase treatment typically experience faster recovery time.
How Does it Work?
The WaterLase® Dental Laser uses a combination of YSGG laser energy and a spray of water in a process called HydroPhotonics™. Because the drill uses water and light energy there is no friction like with a traditional drill. Friction causes heat and ultimately pain. Because the WaterLase® does not cause such friction, there is less need for powerful anesthetics. In fact, many WaterLase® procedures can be done using no anesthetic at all!
Would you like to find out if you’re a candidate for laser dentistry in Chicago, IL? Call us today to schedule your no risk laser consultation!
Find Out If You're A Candidate For Laser Gum Therapy
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