iPlus Laser Dentistry-Tooth and Gums
What is laser dentistry?
Dr. David Peck makes sure that only the latest and the best dental technology is available for his patients at his clinic in Springfield, MA. One of the state of the art innovations for dental procedures is the use of iPlus Laser Dentistry systems. By definition, laser dentistry works as a cutting instrument or a vaporizer of tissue when light energy is delivered to the area. The iPlus Laser Dentistry system provides painless, fast and effective dental services. Dr. David Peck describes it as a No-Drill and No-Needle dentistry solution, so it’s fast becoming a popular choice among his patients. The iPlus dental laser does not have the heat and the vibration that a drill has so it’s very comfortable and is very much preferred by patients.
What are the procedures that can be done through iPlus Laser Dentistry System?
iPlus laser dentistry has been found to be effective in managing various dental conditions using the no drill, no needle principle. Some of these procedures include teeth whitening, dental fillings, gum sculpting, soft tissue crown lengthening, excisional and incisional biopsies, laser assisted periodontal therapy, root canal treatment and apicoectomies, oral lesion removal, cold sore treatments, exposure of unerupted teeth, and treatment of minor mouth and gum irritations. And of course, pediatric procedures are popular because the lack of needles or dental drills is very appealing to kids.
What are the benefits of the iPlus Laser Dentistry System?
The iPlus Laser Dentistry system is highly recommended since it is far less invasive compared to the traditional dental procedures. Procedures can be completed faster and because it is very precise, less work is done on a patient’s mouth, meaning the time needed to subject a patient to uncomfortable devices, prodding and poking is reduced. Using iPlus Laser Dentistry also guarantees faster healing, less bleeding, and reduced swelling. The need for using an anesthesia is reduced, thereby decreasing the overall risk. Patients also reported less post-op discomfort and less surgical trauma, and there are definitely less post-op complications with the use of this system. Like any dental procedure, it is recommended that you have a thorough consultation with your dentist to discuss your treatment options so that you are able to make an educated decision.