Modern Tools And Technology For Better Dentistry

Hello and welcome to another August edition of the Advanced Dental of Las Cruces blog!

We know that some of you have been put off by antiquated dentistry methods involving scary things like scalpels and drills. But we have some good news for you: times have changed at the dentist’s office. At least they have at ours. We now make use of lasers to do the complicated work we used to do by hand.

We think you will be impressed by the possibilities that this sort of technology opens up. Plus, you can rest assured that now more than ever, you experience will be pleasant and pain-free when you come visit our New Mexico office.

Read on to learn more about it, and then make sure you get in-touch with our team to schedule your next appointment!

Lasers At Work

Not so long ago, it would have been unimaginable that lasers could be used by dentists to eliminate the need for sawing away with a scalpel and drilling deep into your teeth.

Fortunately, a new day has dawned. Lasers allow us to save you time, create less discomfort for you, and deliver quicker healing in the aftermath of your procedure.

Gentle Gum Disease Treatments

Having periodontal disease is bad enough. But gum disease treatments used to involve special tools that would be thrust below your gumline to scrape away the problem-causing plaque and tartar.

Lasers do that in a more gentle fashion and they do it better because they destabilize and break down the bacteria while sterilizing the area and restoring your health.

You’ll be surprised by how easy it is.

Simple Solutions For Gummy Smiles

Cosmetic dentistry is now easier too. If your teeth and gums are not properly proportioned it can cause a great deal of embarrassment. We have long been able to fix that though. The problem was that gum reshaping used to require a scalpel, stitches, and it was sometimes unpleasant.

Any more, laser technology has made this kind of work a snap. We can now reshape your gums without making any cuts. Our lasers can be programmed to vaporize gum tissue on the spot. That means that the procedure is faster, and the laser seals your gums right away so there won’t be any tenderness or drawn out healing process.

Handling Tooth Decay

Dental lasers are so versatile that they can even be focused to go after cavities. We can reliably utilize them to eliminate decayed areas of your teeth while leaving the healthy parts untouched.

Imagine getting dental work done without hearing the drill (a major source of fear for many people)! Plus, we can get rid of the decay for good!

Make Technology Work For You!

We hope you have been inspired by today’s post to take the next step towards a better smile.

Around here, we treat every patient just like our own family, and we take the time to work with you on a personal level to provide you with an individualized treatment plan that includes all the latest tools and technology. Sound good?

Contact Advanced Dental of Las Cruces today to learn more and get started!

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