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Laser Dentistry In Melbourne

Laser dentistry is a modern treatment option for your dental needs

Traditional dental treatments can be painful, uncomfortable, and time-consuming.

A wide range of dental problems can be addressed using lasers in dentistry. It may provide a more comfortable treatment option for dental procedures involving hard or soft tissue than drills and other non-laser equipment.

Our goal at Magical Smiles is to provide you with the most relaxing and pain-free experience possible throughout your dental visits. We use cutting-edge laser technology as one of several methods to do this. Our modern methods of dentistry ensure that you receive comfortable yet effective treatments. Our dental staff has used laser dentistry to revolutionise various treatment procedures.

Our Laser Dentistry Treatment

We provide several innovative laser dental procedures to improve your entire dental experience.

Laser Gum LAPT

If you're looking for an alternative to traditional surgery, laser gum LAPT may be the perfect treatment for you. It is a revolutionary, precise surgical alternative that uses light energy to repair your oral health while improving your appearance and confidence.

Laser Gum Depigmentation

Magical Smiles offers dental treatment to gingival hyperpigmentation with one simple therapy. Our team of professionals will work with you to achieve the perfect shade of pink for your gums, and our results are long-lasting. With just one visit, you can have beautiful, healthy-looking gums that will make you smile with confidence.

Laser Root Canal Therapy

For a less aggressive and painless way to remove your root canal infection, Magical Smiles uses the TwinLight® laser for better outcomes and higher success rates. It is also more efficient than traditional root canal therapy, and in some cases, it can be done in one visit.

Laser Teeth Whitening

There is no better approach to restore your white smile than professional laser teeth whitening. With TouchWhite™, you may achieve a brighter smile with less discomfort. Teeth stain removal with laser technology can be five to ten times faster than conventional methods.

Laser Gum Lift

A laser gum lift is used to help change the appearance of a gummy smile by contouring and reshaping the gums. When combined with other periodontal treatments like crown lengthening or pocket reduction, it can help preserve tooth structure while minimising the need for more invasive treatments.

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Benefits of Laser Dentistry

The use of lasers can improve dental treatment efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and comfort. Laser dentistry also provides the following benefits:

Why Choose Magical Smiles For Laser Dentistry In Melbourne

It is common for people to be anxious about dental treatments and dislike going to the dentist.

At Magical Smiles, we try to provide you with an exceptional dental experience on every visit so you can feel comfortable about your dental treatment. We achieve this by having a welcoming and relaxing atmosphere and using advanced dental technology.

In dentistry, Fotona is a game-changing innovation. Precision in your treatments is made possible by their LightWalker laser. If you want to learn more about the advantages of laser dentistry, visit our Melbourne clinic, and we’ll be glad to assist you. We will create a personalised treatment plan to help you achieve your dental goals. We have flexible payment options, so you don’t have to worry about out-of-pocket expenses. If you want immediate attention, we offer same-day visits. Additionally, our professional team is available for Saturday appointments.

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Laser Dentistry FAQs

The cost of laser treatments varies based on the operation and the laser equipment used. They may be less expensive than non-laser treatments because laser treatments are usually done in fewer sessions. Visit us at Magical Smiles so we can discuss your dental treatment options!
Patients suffering from periodontal disease and looking for a faster recovery time and less pain management are ideal candidates for laser dentistry. It is also used in cosmetic dentistry to help patients with tooth discolouration, gummy smiles, and receding gum lines. With only a few exceptions, laser dentistry can be performed on most patients.
A few cases of tooth-breaking, carbonisation, and root melting have been reported as side effects of laser treatment, but these are extremely rare.
An adjustable tilt and a colour touch screen are two of the many features of the Fotona LightWalker Laser. It has innovative titanium handpieces that function on a narrow light beam to generate light energy. When the laser beam reaches the tissues, it causes the desired reaction.

The following two types of lasers are commonly used in dentistry:

Hard Tissue Lasers: The teeth can be cut with hard tissue lasers. Their light wavelengths are absorbed by a mix of water and a mineral present in teeth. Hard tissue lasers are most commonly used to prepare or contour teeth for composite bonding, repair worn-down tooth fillings, and remove various dental structures.

Soft Tissue Lasers: Two substances absorb soft tissue lasers: water and hemoglobin. Lasers can help with periodontitis by eliminating the bacteria and stimulating tissue regeneration. During penetration, soft-tissue lasers disrupt nerves and blood vessels. Since lasers don’t produce heat, they’re a painless therapy option. Also, lasers even speed up tissue repair time.

Laser dentistry has a low risk of complications. A skilled dentist must administer laser treatments, and you must wear protective eyewear during any laser treatment.
Even though laser dentistry is not entirely painless, it is less uncomfortable and more precise than traditional dental techniques. Patients will have less bleeding, and anaesthetic will not be needed as frequently.
Lasers cause less vibration and less discomfort than traditional drills. While the dental laser is being used, you may feel a slight cooling sensation.