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Laser Dentistry

If you have a fear of the dentist and their drills or scalpels, you may be pleased to know that laser dentistry is the revolutionary new alternative to treating your teeth and gums. Completely safe, lasers can make your dental treatments more comfortable. 

A relatively new feature, laser dentistry uses focused beams of light to treat a wide range of oral health conditions. From removing or reshaping tissue during restorative treatment to treating ulcers, laser dentistry gives your dentist greater control during dental procedures.

What Can be Treated With Laser Dentistry?

There are many types of procedures that can be used for laser dentistry. Some of them include:

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If you are interested in finding out more about how laser dentistry may help your oral health concerns, please contact our friendly team at Dentists of Ivanhoe today. Serving locals around Ivanhoe, Preston, Eaglemont and surrounds, our convenient location and payment plan options are designed to help you feel more comfortable about your next visit. Book your appointment today.

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To arrange a consultation with our dentists in Ivanhoe, or for any enquiries, please call our clinic today.


Here are some frequently asked questions to get to know us better.
There are many benefits, including: bleeding is minimised when treating soft tissues, as the laser encourages blood clotting; anaesthesia may be unnecessary with some procedures; wounds can heal faster; due to its laser focus, the procedures may involve less damage to the surrounding tissues; and the laser sterilises the area, so the chance for bacterial infections is lower.
Absolutely. Dental lasers are incredibly advanced, and have been found to be just as safe, if not safer, than alternative dental tools when used by a trained dentist. As there is no drill in direct contact with your gum tissue, you won’t experience any uncomfortable vibration. Lasers are minimally invasive and are ideal for patients with dental anxiety.