Restorations extend the life of diseased and damaged teeth so that people can keep their teeth much longer. While many oral health conditions can be prevented with proper oral hygiene and routine professional care such as checkups and cleanings, restorations are still a necessity for most people. Beyond strengthening biological teeth, restorative dental care also includes prosthetics like bridges or dentures for replacing lost teeth.
Comfortable Dental Work through Laser Technology
Receiving restorations from our practice is comfortable. We utilize technology that reduces the invasiveness of treating caries and placing restorations. Our dentists use Waterlase by Biolase, a handheld laser that harnesses the power of water to remove soft and hard tissue with ease. Biolase reduces the need for local anesthetics and sanitizes oral structures as it removes debris and tissue. The Waterlase is approved by the FDA for use on adults and children.