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The Many Benefits of Laser Dentistry

For decades, leading-edge dentists have used laser tools to improve their dental practice. With ultra-precise lasers, dental practitioners can deliver less invasive treatments and get more accurate information about your teeth to drive better outcomes for you. 

That’s why Arman Dayan, DDS, offers laser dentistry to all of our patients at Dental Arts of Beverly Hills. With these state-of-the-art tools, he can perform a broad variety of treatments, supporting your long-term oral health. He can perform gum reshaping and address periodontal disease. Additionally, he can use lasers to get a highly accurate scan of your teeth for ideal dental restorations. In short, at our office, Dr. Dayan can use laser dentistry in multiple ways.

But why should you choose laser dentistry? Let’s look at some of the benefits.

Faster healing

If Dr. Dayan uses laser dentistry to perform an oral procedure like gum reshaping, the laser cauterizes as it cuts your soft tissue. This means you’ll bleed less and may not need stitches afterward. Ultimately, the in-procedure cauterization helps you heal from your treatment faster. 

Reduced risk of infection

Similarly, the lasers Dr. Dayan uses also sterilize as they work. This means your procedure site is kept completely clean, significantly slashing the likelihood that you develop an infection afterward. 

More accurate, convenient dental restorations

Dr. Dayan doesn’t just use the lasers as surgical tools at our practice. He also offers 3D laser scans. 

With this laser technology, he can take a highly accurate picture of your mouth. This allows him to create extremely precise dental restorations like crowns, dentures, and bridges without the need for a dental impression. That means you can skip the messy, gag-inducing molds, instead sitting comfortably for a quick, touch-free laser scan. 

Better gum health

At Dental Arts of Beverly Hills, Dr. Dayan offers laser bacterial reduction. 

More than 70% of people will deal with periodontal (i.e., gum) disease at some point during their lives. By using laser dentistry to treat periodontal disease, Dr. Dayan can target the bacteria that causes gum issues and restore your oral health. 

Additionally, if your periodontal disease has advanced to the point that you have pockets along your gum line, Dr. Dayan can perform laser pocket reduction surgery to reverse this issue. 

All told, laser dentistry offers a broad range of benefits. If you’re curious to see what leading-edge dental lasers can do for you, call our office, or book an appointment with us online today. 

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