DENTAL LASERS FOR NERVOUS PATIENTS, ADVANCED DENTAL LASER TECHNOLOGY
Pain-free dental laser treatment at Didsbury Dental Practice, Manchester
We are delighted to now be able to offer patients all the benefits of advanced laser technology for all your dental care needs.
Dental laser treatment offered at Didsbury Dental Practice is perfect for anxious patients who do not like the sound of the dentist’s drill and want to spend less time in the chair. Treatments carried out using lasers also require less anaesthetic and can often be completed without the need for any anaesthesia at all.
Lasers are designed to be used on both hard tissue, which is the tough tooth enamel, and soft tissue, which is the gums surrounding the teeth. Using laser technology we can gently reduce dental decay without the heat, vibration and pressure associated with a normal dental drill.
What Are the Benefits of Dental Laser Treatment?
- Lasers are hygienic and reduce the risk of infection
- Reduced need for anaesthetic
- Post-operative bleeding is reduced or eliminated
- Tissue damage is minimised with less bruising and discomfort
- Reduced pain and post-surgery swelling
- Greatly reduced healing times
Are Dental Lasers Safe?
Lasers are one of the safest and most advanced dental technologies available today and have been used to treat millions of patients. Lasers can, however, be harmful to eyes so the patient, dentist and any assistants will all wear special laser safety glasses when lasers are being used.
ARE YOU WORRIED ABOUT YOUR NEXT VISIT TO THE DENTIST AND THINK LASERS COULD BE A GOOD OPTION FOR YOU?
Competitive PricesCompetitive Prices
We understand the cost of living is going up, and people are finding it difficult, and that’s why we have made a conscious decision to implement competitive price points for our patients. We want to be able to cater to every budget and price point, and this is why we go out of our way to get this part of the process right.
Compassionate StaffCompassionate Staff
A lot of people are nervous about going to the dentist, and this means it is important to have staff who are compassionate and understanding. Our team of professionals are supportive, compassionate, and understanding, and provide personalised attention for every patient.