August 15, 2019
If you asked 100 people if they liked the dentist’s drill, 100 would probably say no. That noisy uncomfortable dentist’s drill that emits a nasty odor when it hits your decayed teeth isn’t pleasant. In fact, some people avoid the dentist all together because of the dentist’s drill.
Thankfully, your Independence dentist Dr. David Schaefer has eliminated dentist’s drills with laser dentistry.
What is Laser Dentistry?
Laser dentistry is accurate and pain free. Your Independence dentist uses laser dentistry for all sorts of procedures as it minimizes infection and recovery time. With pinpoint accuracy, Dr. Schaefer recommends laser dentistry, especially for patients who have a fear of the dentist’s drill.
What is Laser Dentistry Used For?
Dentists in Independence use laser dentistry for tooth decay and filling placement. Lasers penetrate the enamel without damage to the healthy part of the tooth. This is especially helpful for root canal therapy. If you are a good candidate for laser dentistry, you won’t have to deal with the dentist’s drill or a needle either.
Dr. Schaefer may recommend laser dentistry for gum disease therapy. Because the laser is so precise, the diseased tissue is lasered away eliminated further bacteria growth. You’ll also keep more of your healthy gum tissue with laser therapy for periodontal disease.
Why Doesn’t Every Dentist in Independence Offer Laser Dentistry?
Because laser dentistry takes further education, not all Independence dentists offer the service. Make sure the dentist you have your eye on offers laser dentistry in Missouri if are searching for this type of service.
Dr. Schaefer and his team are preferred laser dentistry providers in Independence, and have helped thousands of people all over Missouri, with pain free dentistry.
If you would like more information regarding laser dentistry in Independence, call and schedule a no obligation consultation with Dr. Schaefer and his dental team today.
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