The focused light of a laser enables operations to be carried out more precisely than with any drill or scalpel. In this way, healthy tissue is preserved, which reduces the unpleasant nature of dental treatment.
Laser dentistry can be used in a range of fields: whether for cavities, periodontitis or root canal infections, laser technology provides a more gentle alternative to conventional treatments. Therefore, it is particularly suitable for children or patients with a fear of dental treatments, but of course this almost pain-free method also benefits all other patients as well. Bacteria and germs are killed effectively by the laser beam. Oral laser surgery is associated with less bleeding, which also speeds up the healing process. And last but not least, the laser can reach areas that were previously inaccessible with conventional instruments. These advantages, amongst others, have led laser technology to become an integral part of modern dentistry.