Virtually Painless Treatment with Waterlase Laser Dentistry
With the assistance of a Waterlase® Laser, which has been FDA approved since 1997, Dr. Mark Schlesinger is able to deliver incredible results. Due to the extreme precision that can be accomplished with the high-tech laser, he is able to perform efficient, highly accurate procedures. At Dental365 in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island, you can undergo advanced hard and soft tissue procedures, with less downtime and a quicker recovery. Laser dentistry replaces traditional dental tools to offer our patients a wide variety of treatments, including gum contouring and some types of oral surgery, virtually pain-free.
A Unique Technology
Waterlase technology combines laser energy with air and water to achieve similar results to traditional dental techniques with little to no discomfort. A constant stream of water keeps your tooth well-hydrated throughout the procedure, minimizing heat and discomfort. The laser is then able to effectively address both soft and hard tissues with precision and accuracy. Waterlase has been cleared for numerous dental procedures, including:
- Hard tissue applications, such as preparing for fillings or dental crowns
- Soft tissue applications, including biopsies and cosmetic procedures
- Surgical procedures, such as those that involve the contouring or altering of bone
- Endodontic treatment, including many of the aspects of root canal therapy
- Periodontal therapy, such as removing infected or inflamed gum tissue
Laser dentistry techniques are available for both adult and pediatric patients, allowing your whole family to benefit from virtually painless treatment.
Laser dentistry provides many benefits over traditional dental instruments such as drills and scalpels. Waterlase treatment is more convenient, safer, and often more precise than other methods. Not only do patients typically experience shorter treatment time, Dr. Schlesinger can often combine multiple simple procedures into a single visit.
The precision of the laser also requires less tissue removal of and reduces the damage to the healthy sections of the tooth. With a drill, larger amounts of tooth need to be removed, increasing the possibility of complications, such as cracks and fractures. Laser dentistry also reduces trauma to soft tissue, producing little to no bleeding or postoperative swelling. In addition, the laser produces no friction, resulting in more comfortable treatment than with traditional drills.
By scheduling your treatment at Dental365, you can experience the peace of mind that comes from knowing your dentist has the highest level of laser dentistry training.
Laser dentistry is also healthier and can produce less risks of infection than traditional methods. Smaller treatment areas combined with Waterlase’s single-use tips mean the potential for cross-contaminations is greatly reduced. It also can reduce the need for anesthetic, meaning fewer shots and a quicker recovery time.
Why Choose Us?
By choosing to undergo laser dentistry with Dr. Schlesinger, you are not only benefiting from a superior technology. You are choosing one of the only doctors in New York who has received a mastership certification from the World Clinical Laser Institute (WCLI).
This certificate from the WCLI means that Dr. Schlesinger has completed a 12 month fellowship as well as over 60 hours of continuing education in laser dentistry. He passed both a written and clinical simulation examination, demonstrating an advanced knowledge of lasers and their dental applications. By scheduling your treatment at Dental365, you can experience the peace of mind that comes from knowing your dentist has the highest level of laser dentistry training.
Safe, Effective Treatment
Waterlase’s versatility means a wide range of patients can experience the benefits of laser dentistry at Dental365. Dr. Schlesinger can use this technology for smile makeovers as well as full mouth reconstruction and many other procedures. Contact our office online or call us on Long Island at (516) 308-7646 to learn more about laser dentistry and what our team can do for you.