The next time your visit to the dentist reveals tooth decay, ask about Waterlase technology. Waterlase uses laser energy and a high-powered stream of water to gently remove decayed, infected matter from the tooth. Since this matter is softer than enamel, the healthy part of the tooth is left unharmed. You can see laser dentistry in action when you watch this video.
It’s a clip of “The Doctors” TV show, which features a dentist who demonstrates how she uses Waterlase to treat a cavity in her eight-year-old patient, Zack. Compared to conventional cavity treatments, Waterlase doesn’t require any injections to numb the area because it’s already completely painless. It also takes just a few minutes to complete the treatment.
Glenwood Premier Dental is pleased to offer state-of-the-art laser dentistry in Hazlet because your health and comfort are our top priorities . Get in touch with our friendly office staff by calling (732) 264-4477.