Laser Dentistry in El Segundo, CA
Laser Dentistry Offers Accuracy, Comfort and Accelerated Healing
The laser has entered the realm of dentistry, and now has become the gold standard for advanced providers like those at our cutting-edge center. Whenever possible, we use laser dentistry instead of more traditional methods because of its safety, efficiency and comfort.
Many patients regard laser dentistry as a way to finally experience practically painless dental care, and they appreciate the reduced healing time of surgical laser procedures. If you have been avoiding the dentist, we invite you to discover laser dentistry at our unparalleled facility.Contact Us About a Free Consultation
Virtually Painless Treatments
A major reason that people avoid the dentist is that they are afraid of any associated pain. Laser technology allow us to uncover dental implants, perform gingivectomies and frenectomies, and treat gum disease while minimizing patient discomfort.
Dr. Hossein Javid and our team are focused on using minimally-invasive techniques that include lasers whenever possible. This reduces the time it takes for soft and hard tissues to heal, and improves the overall experience for patients.
Training and Experience Make the Difference
Why are some dentists using lasers, and others not adopting this advanced technology? The answer lies within the training and expertise required to thoroughly operate laser dental equipment. Every team member who uses lasers at our facility has received additional advanced training.
This ensures that you receive trustworthy results. Over his more than two decades in practice, Dr. Javid has treated countless cases involving the use of dental lasers.Schedule an Appointment
How Laser Dentistry Works
If you need a procedure such as a gingivectomy, frenectomy or osseous surgery, Dr. Javid can utilize lasers like the BIOLASE WaterLase® iPlus™ 2.0 and BIOLASE EPIC™ X diode. These high-tech pieces of equipment operate using rapid pulses of energy rather than friction to remove bacteria.
They cut through damaged tissue only, and leave healthy tissue unharmed. In addition, the lasers that are used at our dental center help reduce the amount and complexity of sedation and/or painkillers needed during and after treatment.