Laser Dentistry

It is possible to work with the new generation dental laser without contacting the teeth and other tissues. In this way, there may be no need to anesthetize the tooth as there will be no pain due to heat, vibration and friction. For this reason, it can be preferred for patients of all age groups who have a fear of dentists.

Disinfection and sterilization are provided in the area where laser is used.
The laser beam, whose power can be adjusted, acts selectively on the decayed tissue, allowing the treatment to be completed with minimal material loss. (It only removes the rotten area from the tooth.)

In surgical procedures performed with laser, there is almost no bleeding during the procedure. The chances of complications, swelling and discomfort that may occur after each surgical procedure are reduced and a faster recovery is achieved.

It is possible to get better results in a very short time in laser “teeth whitening” procedures.
It is successful in root canal treatment and root canal disinfection in teeth with apical lesions.

In patients with genetically excessive purple discoloration (hyperpigmentation) in the gums, this problem can be eliminated by laser peeling in 3 or 4 sessions.

Laser applications should not be confused with composite filling applications, popularly known as laser filling, which are hardened with a light source.