Find out how we can offer comfortable and convenient dental care with our new laser technology.
There are always amazing advancements being made to the dentistry field, and some of them are so major that we want our patients to know about them right away. While lasers have been incorporated into the dental world over the last couple of decades, they have made treatments and techniques vastly easier for our patients and for our New Haven, CT, prosthodontist Dr. Francesco Maratta. Now with our sophisticated FDA-approved Waterlase Dental Laser, we are able to handle a myriad of dental issues more effectively.
Our Biolase Waterlase Laser allows our New Haven, CT, prosthodontic specialist to:
- Remove decay without the need for a drill or even local anesthesia
- Treat and reduce uncomfortable symptoms of a cold sore
- Reduce tooth sensitivity caused by foods or drinks, or following certain oral surgeries
- Treat gum disease and prevent the need for surgery
- Recontour and reshape the gums, which is ideal for those with receding gums due to gum disease
This laser technology can improve the health of your teeth and gums, as well as enhance your smile’s appearance. Laser technology is efficient and can even make your dental procedure easier, boasting fewer side effects such as bleeding, swelling or an extensive recovery time.
When it comes to tackling dental decay the idea of a dental drill can scare patients who already find going to the dentist a bit nerve-wracking. But with our WaterLase technology, we make it easier to treat cavities without the need for a loud, anxiety-provoking drill.
Plus, this laser technology is so much more precise than a traditional drill, which means that less of the natural tooth structure will need to be removed before a filling can be placed. Preserving as much of your natural tooth as possible is important to the strength and integrity of the tooth, and WaterLase offers an amazing advantage over older methods.
If you want to find out more about the Biolase Waterlase Cosmetic Laser system then you’ve come to the right place. Call our New Haven, CT, dental office today to find out whether this treatment could improve your oral health.