At Lisa Siddall, DDS, we use the minimally-invasive Solea® all-tissue laser to give our patients a more holistic dental treatment experience. Dr. Siddall and Dr. Dunn prefer laser dentistry for its ability to deliver more precise, quick, and comfortable treatments.
Laser dentistry treatment offers many innovative benefits:
- Anesthesia is not required for many laser dentistry treatments
- Recovery time post-treatment is generally much quicker than with traditional dental treatment
- Laser dentistry treatments are often more comfortable for patients
- The risk of bacterial infection is lowered due to the precision of laser dentistry treatments
Solea® All-Tissue Laser
Lisa Siddall, DDS is proud to announce the addition of the Solea® all-tissue laser to our holistic dentistry practice. This top-selling, state-of-the-art laser provides a safe, effective, and anesthesia-free experience to all patients. In addition to laser fillings, Solea can be used on a range of soft-tissue surgeries for safer results and more rapid healing times. With this specialized dental laser treatment, you can expect a noise-free, needle-free, drill-free, blood-free, and suture-free procedure!
For patients who need surgery for severe gum disease that cannot be cured with antibiotics or other treatment methods, Dr. Siddall or Dr. Dunn will perform a gingivectomy using laser dentistry.
A gingivectomy is a surgical procedure that removes and reshapes loose, diseased gum tissue to get rid of pockets between the teeth and gums. After a gingivectomy, it will often be easier for patients to keep their teeth and gums clean.
This laser dentistry procedure has many different names, including laser gum reshaping, gum surgery, gum contouring, and dental crown lengthening.
Even if someone has straight, healthy, and symmetrical teeth, the beauty of their smile could be overshadowed if the gum line is uneven or falls too far below the lips. If you’re suffering from a “gummy smile”, laser dentistry could be the right solution for your smile.
Cold Sore Treatment
For patients suffering from cold or canker sores, Dr. Siddall and Dr. Dunn often recommend laser dentistry treatment. Laser cold sore treatment heats the sore lesion in order to kill the virus and stimulate your body’s healing. Treatment typically lasts about 15 minutes, and most patients feel better immediately following their appointment.
Questions About Laser Dentistry?
Wondering if laser dentistry could be the answer to your best, healthiest smile? Give Lisa Siddall, DDS a call today to schedule your laser dentistry appointment!
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