TAKING THE ANXIETY OUT OF DENTAL TREATMENTS WITH WATERLASE
Today, a dentist serving Naples can provide a wide range of dental treatments with less discomfort. Traditional dentistry relied upon scalpels and drills to improve patients’ smiles. Because WaterLase uses a laser to precisely target only affected teeth and tissues, this non-invasive treatment makes dental work more comfortable and effective than ever before. Keep reading to learn more about how WaterLase takes the anxiety out of dental work with increased comfort, improved convenience, and unparalleled precision.
When a dentist relies on WaterLase, you can expect to be much more comfortable during any dental procedure. Most people feel anxiety about dental visits because they associate dental work with pain. With WaterLase, your dentist can finally perform both routine and complex dental procedures with little to no anesthetic. That means no shots, no numb lips, no drill, and no anesthesia. Your dental procedures will not only be comfortable, they will be nearly pain-free.
WaterLase dentistry allows dentists to target only the specific teeth or tissues that require dental work. Because laser dentistry cuts only minimally and conservatively, you can expect little to no bleeding. Recovery is also much faster with laser dentistry. Your dentist will not have to damage surrounding healthy tissue when he or she fills a cavity, performs a root canal, or fixes a chipped tooth. That means you can expect little to no recovery time or swelling after your WaterLase procedure.
WaterLase also alleviates anxiety about visiting the dentist because patients do not have to schedule as many appointments. Arranging multiple visits to a dentist for different procedures can be both intimidating and next to impossible with your busy schedule. With laser dentistry, a dentist uses little or no anesthesia. That means your dentists can perform multiple procedures in a single dental visit, saving you time and money. When your dentist uses WaterLase, you will have more time for your career and personal life.