Lasers Used for Diagnosis
Updated on Wednesday 21st September 2016
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Lasers are used in dentistry for more than 20 years and are less invasive than traditional dental instruments such as, drills, scalpels or needles. Most of lasers are using water to perform the cutting procedures, having the laser energy passing into a water spray. The lasers can be used for tooth extractions, gum tissue reshaping or biopsy. In order to receive laser procedures, our dentists in Dubai will properly examine your dental history and the oral health. It is good to know that you can also receive successful dental implants in Dubai.
The meaning of laser diagnosis
The dental treatment decisions must be 100% accurate and the laser procedure can offer this percentage due to its detection aid that can analyze the tooth decay amount and the bacteria activity. The laser dentistry diagnosis can offer details about the early stages of tooth decay, about tooth fissures, helping the Dubai dentist to properly treat the cavities and to propose effective treatments to all patients with dental problems.
For periodontal treatments or for oral surgery like biopsies, the dentist will use the soft-tissue laser for a better visualization and performance. Using lasers on different dental problems instead of drills and other dental instruments will reduce a patients’ anxiety and no anesthesia is necessary.
The procedures that require laser treatments
In our modern dental clinics in Dubai you can receive teeth-whitening treatments, and our dentists will use teeth bleaching solutions activated by laser energy, that can hurry the whitening procedure. Lasers are also used to eliminate mouth lesions and to release the pain caused by unwanted abscesses. They are also used to eliminate tooth decay and to prepare the enamel for filling placement.
If you are having questions about lasers used for diagnosis or for dental procedures, you can contact our dentists in Dubai.