Laser Dentistry Near You

The Waterlase Dental Laser enables your dentist to perform different procedures on the teeth, bone and gum tissue.

Laser dentistry uses patented technology combining laser energy and water spray––this process is called Hydrophotonics. Laser dentistry in Yellowknife offers less trauma when compared to traditional methods, allowing your dentist to conduct a wide range of dental procedures on patient’s teeth, gums and bones more comfortably.

Benefits of Laser Dentistry

Laser dentistry near you, provides patients with many benefits, including:

Comfort
The use of the traditional dental drill can be quite uncomfortable for patients, due to the heat, vibration, and pressure it causes. Alternatively, the Waterlase uses laser energy and water that gently functions without coming into contact with your teeth.

Convenience 
With laser dentistry in Yellowknife, less anesthesia will be required which speeds up your dentist visit. Also, the Waterlase allows your dentist to perform procedures that once would be referred to a specialist.

Improved Filling Strength
When your dentist uses laser dentistry near you, it can increase the bond strength of composite restorations, leading to longer-lasting restorations.

Faster Healing
The Waterlase can conduct several procedures on your gum tissues with little to zero bleeding and less post-operative swelling and pain.

Waterlase Dentistry

Laser dentistry can be used to perform numerous hard and soft tissue procedures, including:

Fillings
The Waterlase can eliminate tooth decay and fill the teeth, typically without the need for needles.

Remove Oral Growths
Laser dentistry can remove growths or excess tissue in your mouth.

Gum Recession Prevention
Muscle connections that lead to gum recession can be addressed with little discomfort using the Waterlase.

To Treat Periodontal (Gum) Disease
The Waterlase can eliminate debris and bacteria between the teeth and gums that can result in bleeding gums, gum recession, and tooth loss.

Increase Root Canal Success
The Waterlase can help to disinfect the root canals to eliminate more bacteria and result in a higher rate of long term success.

Want to learn more about Waterlase? We offer laser dentistry in Yellowknife, NWT X1A 2P9. Schedule your appointment today!