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Laser Dentistry – Newbury Township, OH

More Precise and Comfortable Treatments

For years, metal dental tools have been the standard for the most basic treatments performed in dentistry. At Dr. Jason Majors’ practice, laser dentistry has become a major part of treatment, including basic ones like dental fillings, periodontal therapy, crown lengthening, and others. Overall, you can expect care that is more comfortable, precise, and targeted. It also means your aftercare will be easier and shorter, making future treatments even easier. Don’t settle for anything less; contact our office to experience the difference!

Why Choose Jason D. Majors, DMD for Laser Dentistry?

  • Professional Dentist Experienced in Treatment
  • Virtually Pain-Free Compared to Traditional Methods
  • More Conservative Treatments – Less Aftercare Required

Anesthetic-Free Dental Fillings

Typically, a dental filling requires local anesthesia to remove any discomfort during treatment. Thanks to the precision and accuracy of our Solea dental laser, we can perform this basic dental treatment without using any anesthetic whatsoever. Even though our office makes use of The Wand™, which means administering anesthetic more comfortable, you won’t have to deal with the inconvenience of having a numbed mouth following your treatment. Whether you need a brand-new filling or you need to have an old one replaced, laser dentistry makes the whole process much easier.

Laser Periodontal Therapy

If your gums feel tender or they’ve become inflamed, you likely need periodontal therapy to reduce your symptoms. Scaling and root planing is typically done with metal dental tools. Unfortunately, scaling and root planing can also lead to healthy gum tissue being removed unintentionally. With laser dentistry, we can provide a more comfortable and precise treatment experience with less time spent in aftercare and more valuable gum tissue preserved.

Laser Gum Recontouring

Does your smile look “gummy,” making your smile appear smaller than it actually is? Depending on your genetics, gum tissue can excessively cover teeth, making it difficult to show your smile with confidence. Thanks to laser dentistry, we can easily remove small portions of your gum tissue in a precise and conservative way. Not only does this make your teeth more visible, but it makes your gum line more even as well.