Dr. Mark Nelson and Dr. Treagan White use advanced laser technology to provide children with faster and more comfortable treatments. Laser dentistry allows us to ensure that your child receives quality care that will help them to maintain a beautiful smile and will make their experience in our office easier. To learn more about laser dentistry in Centerville, Utah, and to schedule an appointment with our experienced pediatric dentists, call Children’s Dentistry today at 801-295-8322.
Laser dentistry involves the use of lasers to complete dental treatments more comfortably, quickly, and effectively. At our dental practice, we are dedicated to always providing you with the best possible dental care. Our pediatric dentists and team continuously update their education and our office to provide you with a more pleasant and efficient dental visit. We are proud to offer laser dental treatment to ensure that your dental experience is comfortable and positive.
Lasers can be used for a number of dental treatments. During your visit, our pediatric dentists may recommend laser dentistry to:
- Treat periodontal disease by removing bacteria and infected tissue
- Cure (harden) a dental filling
- Remove the decayed or damaged portion of a tooth
- Treat cold sores and canker sores
- Speed up teeth whitening
- Recontour the gumline
There are many benefits of laser dentistry. Many treatments completed with a dental laser are very comfortable and may not require the use of an anesthetic. Dental lasers also shorten treatment time and healing time and decrease the risk of infection following treatment. In addition, lasers minimize bleeding both during and after treatment, and because they are extremely precise, we can treat the targeted area without affecting nearby healthy tissues. To learn more about the advantages of laser dentistry, we invite you to call or visit us today.
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Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions about your child’s first visit or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Nelson, Dr. White, or Dr. Hiné.