Laser Dentistry

Virtually pain-free dentistry is now a reality. Have you been avoiding the dentist because of the drill? No need to avoiding visiting the dentist anymore.  Laser dentistry is changing the face of the dental world, providing pinpoint accuracy and eliminating the need for drilling and anaesthesia in the majority of cases to remove decay gently in preparation for permanent restorations (fillings). Dr Chris Lauf, dentist at Smile Central, is one of the first dentists in Queensland to start using lasers for routine dentistry and is very experienced with the gentle application techniques.

Laser Dentistry can be used on a number of general dentistry procedures involving:

  • the removal of decay
  • cavity preparation
  • root canal therapy
  • cosmetic procedures
  • gum or other soft tissue procedures

Without doubt, the greatest benefit of laser dentistry is the increased level of comfort our patients experience during treatment. Laser dentistry is able to reduce the requirement of pain medication post-dental procedure and minimises swelling and inflammation to surrounding surfaces.

Complimented by our computerised injection system for local anaesthetic, we can offer you virtually pain-free treatment. Laser treatment has the benefit of dramatically decreasing the time required sitting in the chair for treatments such as fillings and the removal of tooth decay.

The use of lasers for dental treatment is completely safe and highly effective; it really is the future of dental treatments. So stop avoiding the dentist and discover the advantages of laser dentistry today.

These advantages include:

  • Increased comfort during treatment
  • Less need for anaesthetic injections
  • Reduced bleeding
  • Short and comfortable healing process

To discover more about laser dentistry, or to book a consultation at our Aspley dental practice, book online or call us today.

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Our highly trained dental practitioners are committed to provide patients with excellent oral care and comfort.

Monday8:30am to 5:00pm
Tuesday8:30am to 6:30pm
Wednesday8:30am to 5:00pm
Thursday8:30am to 8:00pm
Friday9:00am to 4:00pm