Dental issues such as tooth decay or discolored teeth are causing discomfort to many people. Don’t let these conditions affect your pearly whites. Stamford Dental Group offers laser dentistry among other highly advanced dental technology to augment several different kinds of tooth conditions so your smile can shine even brighter.
At Stamford Dental Group, our mission is to provide you with excellent and fulfilling dentistry that you can smile about. Our medical staff are experts in dentistry and are here to help realize your goals of a perfect smile. Contact us today to schedule a consultation appointment and explore our treatment options!What is laser dentistry?
Laser dentistry is approved by the FDA for the treatment of several dental issues. This technological advancement has been used for over twenty years to treat certain tooth conditions. We utilize laser dentistry for its optimal precision in treating patients all while providing them comfort. Our dental experts have found that laser dentistry along with our other dental technologies have been heavily reliable in treating many patient’s teeth in the past and have granted virtually painless experiences.How does laser dentistry work?
The lasers in our practice send energy through the form of light for precise treatment execution. Through this beam of light, the laser can remove or reshape designated tissue along with numerous other purposes. Consult with our staff to learn more about laser dentistry and if it may be the right treatment option for you!What are some treatments laser dentistry is used for?
One of the biggest pros of laser dentistry is that there is no use of traditional drills. Compared to drills, laser dentistry reduces the need for using anesthesia, minimizes bleeding and swelling caused from drilling, and can protect healthy teeth during a cavity extraction. Choosing laser dentistry also helps reduce anxiety in patients who are discomforted with the idea of dental drilling.Here are other forms of dental technology we offer:
At Stamford Dental Group, we offer state-of-the-art technological solutions to enhance your dental health. We want to help all of our patients' smiles to be bright and healthy. Contact us today to schedule a consultation appointment and find out if laser dentistry may be right for you!
Periodontal disease, more commonly known as gum disease, affects many adults in the U.S. Gum disease can have discomforting, if not unbearable effects on your dental health. At Stamford Dental Group, we want to help improve your dental well-being so you can smile bigger and your teeth can shine brighter.
At Stamford Dental Group, our mission is to provide you with excellent and fulfilling dentistry that you can smile about. Our medical staff are experts in dentistry and are here to help realize your goals of a perfect smile. Contact us today to schedule a consultation appointment and explore our treatment options!Two different kinds of periodontal disease:
Our hygienic experts here at Stamford Dental Group are highly trained in treating all stages of gum disease. We offer our patients individualized non-surgical treatment options to best suit their dental health needs for treating periodontal illnesses. During your consultation, we will discuss with you your maintenance plan to garner the best possible results. For periodontal care, we’ve had great success with performing soft tissue laser therapy combined with localized prescriptions that can help alleviate symptoms at the treatment site.Will my treatment plan be similar to anyone else’s?
Each patient’s maintenance plan will be created to best treat their individual periodontal needs. Depending on each patient’s periodontal health will determine the best course of action to take to enhance their dental well-being. Treatment plans can span over an interval of 2 or more months based on the severity of their condition. We may also advise you to use several different brushes, fluoride rinses, and vitamins to help strengthen your oral health.
Gingivitis has been a recurring condition in a high percentage of American adults. Catching early signs of periodontal disease and preventing it from growing in severity is our mission. If you are concerned about a possible indication of gum disease, contact us today to schedule a consultation appointment and find out how we can enhance your oral health.