Provide Laser Precision Patient Care when you use a soft tissue laser in everyday practice. Lasers offer numerous advantages that enhance the patient experience and ultimately benefit both the patient and the dental practice...
Minimally Invasive Procedures: Soft-tissue lasers at 810 nm wavelengths are exceptionally precise, allowing dentists to perform procedures with minimal damage to surrounding tissues. This precision reduces discomfort and accelerates healing times for patients. For instance, when used for gum contouring or crown lengthening, patients experience less pain and swelling compared to traditional methods involving scalpels and sutures (Coluzzi et al., 2018).
Reduced Anesthesia Requirement: The precision of 810 nm lasers enables dentists to perform many procedures with minimal or no anesthesia. Patients appreciate not having to deal with numbing agents, which often leads to a more comfortable and anxiety-free experience during their visit (Convissar, 2015).
Faster Recovery: Soft-tissue lasers promote quicker tissue healing and regeneration. Patients typically experience less post-operative pain, swelling, and discomfort, leading to a faster recovery and return to their normal activities (Harris et al., 2012).
Enhanced Periodontal Care: Laser-assisted periodontal procedures using lasers offer precise and minimally invasive treatment for gum disease. Patients benefit from reduced bleeding, pain, and inflammation, which contribute to a more positive experience during and after treatment (Yilmaz et al., 2019).
Improved Aesthetics: Soft-tissue lasers are valuable tools for cosmetic dental procedures, such as gingival contouring or depigmentation. Patients appreciate the precise and aesthetically pleasing results, which can boost their confidence and satisfaction with their smiles (Kumar et al., 2021).
Patient Satisfaction: The combination of reduced pain, faster recovery, and improved aesthetics leads to higher patient satisfaction. Satisfied patients are more likely to refer others and return for additional treatments, benefiting the dental practice's reputation and growth (Pini-Prato et al., 2017).
Provide Laser Precision Patient Care by offering minimally invasive, precise, and comfortable treatment options. The improved patient experience, characterized by reduced pain, faster recovery, and enhanced aesthetics, not only benefits the well-being and satisfaction of patients but also contributes to the success and reputation of the dental practice. As a result, adopting an 810 nm soft-tissue laser from CAO becomes a valuable investment for any dental practice aiming to provide high-quality and patient-centered care.
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Convissar, R. A. (2015). Principles and practice of laser dentistry (2nd ed.). Elsevier Health Sciences.
Harris, D. M., & Geminiani, A. (2012). Laser-assisted flapless crown lengthening using the 810-nm diode laser. The International Journal of Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry, 32(4), 411-417.
Kumar, M., Patil, S. R., Baliga, M. S., & Shetty, P. K. (2021). Diode laser-assisted esthetic crown lengthening. Journal of Indian Society of Periodontology, 25(2), 157-161.
Pini-Prato, G., Tinti, C., Vincenzi, G., Magnani, C., Cortellini, P., & Clauser, C. (2017). Clinical and histologic evaluation of an Nd: YAG laser-assisted new attachment procedure. The International Journal of Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry, 37(6), 821-829.
Yilmaz, S., Kuru, B., & Altuna-Kirbac, F. (2019). Diode laser for conservative periodontal treatment: A new gold standard? Case Reports in Dentistry, 2019, 3092198.