Laser Treatment

Laser Treatment in Innovative Dental Care: Painless Smiles with Denttera

The innovative laser treatment offered at Denttera is a revolution in modern dentistry. This method adds a new dimension to dental health by offering patients a painless and fast treatment experience. Laser treatment offers an effective solution in many areas such as gum diseases, mouth sores, peri-implantitis treatment and tooth sensitivity, providing faster healing and reduced risk of infection compared to traditional methods.

This state-of-the-art application of Denttera allows us to step forward in the field of dentistry in Ankara by increasing patients’ comfort and satisfaction during the treatment process.


Laser Treatment

As a painless and comfortable treatment alternative, laser therapy is the most modern way to maintain and improve your dental health. This method offers our patients faster and more effective treatment options, making their smiles healthier and brighter.

What is Laser Therapy?

Laser therapy is a high-tech method that treats tooth and gum problems using high-energy beams of light. This method is preferred for minimally invasive interventions in dentistry because the laser beam targets the affected tissues in a precise and controlled manner. Laser treatment offers a less painful and comfortable alternative to traditional methods.

For which dental problems is laser treatment suitable?

Laser treatment is particularly effective for gum disease, peri-implantitis treatment, frenectomy, gingivectomy, treatment of mouth sores and sensitivity treatment. It is also used in sensitive gum surgeries and root canal treatments. The precision of the laser ensures treatment without damaging the tissues.

Is Laser Treatment Painful?

Laser treatment is generally less painful than traditional dental treatments. The precise and controlled use of the laser causes minimal damage to the tissue, which reduces pain and discomfort. Most patients experience minimal pain or discomfort during and after laser treatment.

How Long Does Laser Treatment Take?

The duration of laser treatment depends on the procedure and the size of the treated area. Many laser procedures can be completed faster than traditional methods. For example, a simple gum treatment can be done in a few minutes, while more extensive procedures may take longer.

What is the healing process after laser treatment?

The healing process after laser treatment is usually fast and uncomplicated. The precise nature of the laser does not damage the surrounding tissues and speeds up the healing process. Patients may experience less swelling and discomfort after treatment and can return to their normal activities faster.

How does laser treatment work on gum diseases?

When treating gum disease, laser therapy reduces the risk of infection by sterilizing the affected areas. This method precisely shapes the gum tissue and promotes the healing of healthy tissue. The laser also reduces the risk of bleeding and promotes faster healing.

What are the advantages of laser treatment?

Laser treatment offers many advantages over traditional methods: faster healing, reduced risk of bleeding and infection, minimal pain and discomfort. In addition, laser treatment provides aesthetic results by offering a precise intervention in the tissues.

Is it Suitable for Everyone?

Laser treatment is a safe and effective option for most patients. However, it may not be suitable for patients with certain health conditions, so it is important to always consult with a dentist.

What are the precautions to be taken during the treatment?

During laser treatment, both the patient and the dentist should wear special glasses to protect themselves from laser beams.

What Does It Cost?

The cost of laser treatment varies depending on the type and extent of treatment. Generally, it may cost more than traditional methods, but the benefits may justify the cost.

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