Advanced Laser Therapy

Advanced Laser Therapy


The use of laser in dentistry as an alternative to the scalpel and traditional surgery, makes it possible to treat patients with less invasive, less painful and often more accurate technologies that can give better results.

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The use of laser in dentistry represents an excellent support in both less severe and very complex cases, thanks to a wide range of advantages that can be summarised as follows:

  • During a laser procedure  the patient usually  doesn’t require anaesthesia;
  • The use of the laser, combined with that of magnifying instruments, makes it possible to treat pyorrhoea, even in the advanced stage without resorting to surgery. In particular, the magnification of the area allows for treating the roots, thus avoiding having to surgically open the gums, while the laser enables the elimination of pathogenic bacteria;
  • The laser beam is able to penetrate inside the periodontal pocket, eliminating the bacteria that  give rise to the disease;
  • The laser reaches the microorganisms hidden in the areas where pharmaceutical products cannot reach;
  • The laser immediately eliminates bleeding gums and the discomfort normally caused with surgical intervention;
  • It eliminates or reduces the mobility of the teeth;
  • It closes the periodontal pockets and destroys the bacteria;
  • It regenerates the periodontal tissues;
  • It guarantees a much higher rate  of success for the patient;
  • It makes it easier to overcome any relapses;
  • It reduces biological and economic costs for the patient;
  • This modern device also represents an interesting novelty for the treatment of periodontal diseases to ensuring excellent and above all, pain-free results.