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A Complete Guide to the Waterlase MD

October 20, 2017

Filed under: Uncategorized — tntadmin @ 7:12 pm

If your Halloween plans involve going out to a costume party, then you want to make sure you have the best smile possible to show off to friends and acquaintances. Before the big party, ask Dr. Kathryn E. Ryan about the WaterLaseMD laser. This technology helps with a number of dental issues, including a gummy smile and advanced gum disease.

Why Does Our Office Use It?

There are numerous benefits to using this laser technology. For starters, it allows us to treat a patient’s dental problem in fewer visits, which patients enjoy immensely. It also greatly reduces the amount of discomfort a person experiences while at the office. Finally, the treatment increases the case acceptance rate. While every procedure may not be right for everybody, more people can benefit from the WaterLase MD than some alternatives.

How Does the Device Work?

The WaterLase MD laser is an FDA-cleared machine that utilizes both a water spray and an Yttrium Scandium Gallium Garnet laser. This makes it minimally invasive while being no less slow than similar treatments. Some dental professionals have found that the WaterLase MD is even more efficient at cutting through osseous tissue than other types of lasers used in the dental industry.   The WaterLase MD was designed to be intuitive for professionals to use. The laser follows hand movements precisely, and it comes with a water reservoir alert system that automatically replenishes the tank. The device also comes with storage systems to allow dental professionals to hold all pertinent items right there, so the treatment does not have to be halted for any reason.

Where Can You Schedule Your Next Appointment?

There is a lot to be scared of during Halloween, but one thing you should never fear is getting the dental treatments you need to have a healthy smile. Contact our office today to speak with a professional prosthodontist who can tell you more about the WaterLase MD laser and other prosthodontic procedures.

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