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Pain Free Laser Dentistry

Our Laser

The EPIC Laser is the only diode laser with three unique therapy modes –

Soft Tissue Surgery,
Whitening, and
Pain Therapy.

How Do Lasers Improve Dental Care

Lasers are a great asset in modern dentistry. However because they are expensive to purchase and maintain, most dentists fail to utilise their benefits.

Using a laser for certain treatment can have a number of benefits for patients by

Providing faster healing times,
Reducing the risks of infection,
Creating less bleeding.
Creating less postoperative pain.

The laser generates a beam of concentrated light bringing energy into your mouth to help remove areas of infection as it destroys many bacteria and viruses found in the mouth.

The Ultimate in Patient Comfort

One of the most promising aspects of laser dentistry is the opportunity to do more with less anesthetic, and less damage to the tissue. Our EPIC laser delivers on that promise with ComfortPulse, a proprietary innovation that delivers precisely controlled micropulses of diode energy to the tissue, followed by “down” time to allow tissue to relax and respond positively to laser treatment.

Our EPIC laser also introduces a new ComfortPulse setting that delivers pulses to the tissue as short as one ten-millionth of a second, resulting in improved patient comfort, less damage to surrounding tissues, and better healing. With Our EPIC laser, patient comfort is a reality

Improving your smile

The appearance of your smile can be improved by contouring or shaping your gums using a laser. We safely remove excess gum tissue that may give you a 'gummy' smile, or make your front teeth appear irregular in size or shape.

There is no bleeding afterwards as the laser seals the tissue as it removes it. In addition the degree of tissue control is much higher than would be the case using a scalpel or electro surgery unit.

Tooth Whitening

Laser teeth whitening is a 1 hour procedure with results that can last you 2 to 3 years.

A protective layer is placed over your gums and soft tissues before we apply the whitening gel to the teeth. The laser is then used to activate the gel in order to whiten the teeth.

We always recommend that Laser Power Whitening is used in conjunction with trays.

Studies have shown that our EPIC Laser can perform a full-mouth, in-office whitening procedure with an average of 4-6 shades in only 20 minutes of treatment time (not including set-up or take-down), faster than any other in-office whitening system.

Treatment of Sore and Infected Wisdom Teeth

We treat infected Wisdom teeth in many ways, with antibiotics, cleaning regimes, gels and even extraction. However one of the most effective ways of getting instant pain relief if the laser and unlike and injection, is completely PAIN FREE.

And in our experience the pain relief lasts until the antibiotics kick in.

Treatment of Tooth Extraction Sites

Soreness after extractions is very common, and though it can be prevented in many cases by strictly following the Post Extraction Advice, it is still a far too common and painful complication

Using the Apex laser, in much the same way as we do before the extraction, after about 10 minutes the pain is completely gone, and it is completely PAIN FREE.

And in our experience the pain relief lasts until the antibiotics kick in.

Desensitising Sensitive Teeth

If you have sensitive teeth, then a 20 minute procedure per tooth with a laser provides an effective solution with no local anaesthesia.

Although a permanent treatment for sensitive teeth, it should be noted that if further recession occurs in those areas, then they may become sensitive again.

Sterilising root canals during Root Canal Therapy

Lasers are used in addition to conventional root canal therapy to sterilise the canal. This improves the success rate by destroying bacteria in lateral and accessory canals that are not easily accessible by conventional treatment.

Treatment of Gum Disease

We use our laser to remove debris and bacteria between your teeth and gums that can cause bleeding gums, gum recession and even loss of teeth. The laser is highly effective at killing bacteria and may even stimulate gum tissue growth.

Take advantage of our Laser's capabilities including performing "pocket therapy" using single-use disposable Perio tips.

Our EPIC Laser is a painless and effective alternative to the traditional method of surgically treating periodontal disease.

When treatment with Our EPIC Laser is combined with Good Effective maintenance then the results are excellent.

Benefits of Laser Gum Treatment:

It eliminates the disease
Completely painless
You can save teeth, which usually would have to be extracted*
It’s a long term result which is easy to maintain
You will have beautiful healthy teeth and a fresh breath again

Treating Cold Sores and Ulcers

If you suffer from cold sores or ulcers, then by using a laser's energy to minimise any sores developing and increasing the blood circulation. This helps improve healing in the area allowing the ulcers and the sores to heal more quickly than they would do otherwise.

Take advantage of our Lasers capabilities including relief of lesions (aphthous ulcers, herpetic lesions).

Tissue Healing

Laser energy can be directed at areas where surgery has been carried out, such as the placement of a dental implant or removal of a wisdom tooth. The laser improves blood flow and accelerates healing, reducing post operative discomfort.

Most surgeries inside your mouth can be carried out using a laser as it has the benefit of minimising bleeding and pain during and after the procedure. Traditional scalpel and sutures cause more tissue injury, pain, swelling and bleeding.

Single-Use Tips Eliminate Cross Infection

We use disposable single use tips for diode lasers.

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For more information on laser dentistry, call our practice in Milton Keynes, on 01908 690326.

We offer integrated 3D CT X-rays and Dental Implants


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