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What is Waterlase Technology?

If you suffer from dental phobia, have no fear! There are a lot of painless biological dentistry options nowadays and one of them is Waterlase technology!

What is Waterlase Technology?

Waterlase technology is a safe, gentle and painless alternative to traditional dental tools. Using laser and water spray, Waterlase can perform many procedures without an anesthetic or a drill.

In a traditional drilling procedure a dentist uses the friction of a drill to treat affected areas of a tooth. The Waterlase system instead allows a dentist to use a water-energizing laser in combination with air and water to treat the targeted tooth, bone, or tissue.

Why use Waterlase technology?

  • Virtually Painless
  • Natural Water-Powered Dentistry
  • Safe and Precise - It removes very precise amounts of tooth, without damaging or cracking the rest of the tooth.
  • More Convenient - multiple procedures in a single visit! This saves you and the dentist time and money!

Indianapolis Dentistry Uses Waterlase Technology

Dr. Reese use Waterlase technology in some dental procedures. For initial cavity preparation, it is often the preferred method to remove decay, disinfect the residual tooth surface of contaminants, and provide a surface to allow bonding or fusion with a resin or glass (porcelain) restorative material.

Procedures where Waterlase Technology is Used

  • Periodontal (Gum) disease treatment
  • Gum lifting
  • Gum Recession treatment
  • Abscess removal
  • Herpetic lesion removal
  • Biopsy
  • Crown Lengthening

Have a pain-free dental experience from Indianapolis Dentistry

If you’ve been avoiding the dentist for fear of the needle and drill, or just want a dental solution that is faster and more comfortable, stop delaying your dental treatment and ask for pain-free laser dentistry or inquire about our many sedation modalities we have available from pills and gas to relax you to full IV sedation.

Schedule an appointment today via email or by calling 317-882-0228.