Laser Dental Treatments in New York City, NY
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What is Laser Dental Treatment?
Your oral health is vitally important because oral cancer, gum disease, and even tooth decay can impact more than your dental health — all of these issues can affect your overall health if left untreated. At East Village Dental Center, we're proud to offer our New York, NY patients a variety of laser dental treatments. These technologies allow us to treat a variety of conditions without the drills, metal tools, and other tools that may make going to the dentist nerve-wracking. Dental laser therapy can be used to treat gum disease, cavities, loose teeth, and even some cosmetic treatments. To learn how laser dental treatments can provide you with the stunning results you deserve, contact our office to request a consultation today.
Can I Have Laser Dental Treatment?
Dental lasers can be used for a wide range of treatments, which means you likely would be able to have laser treatment at some point in your life. We utilize different lasers for different functions, such as treating cavities, loose teeth, recessed gums, and more. Dental lasers cannot be used to treat teeth that have already been filled, and they can't treat cavities located between the teeth.
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What Should I Expect from Laser Dental Treatment?
At our New York City dental center, we perform dental laser therapy to provide more precise results, save teeth that would otherwise have to be removed, treat gum disease, and more. The details of your treatment will vary based on your particular treatment. We will go over what, exactly, to expect prior to your treatment. It's likely we'll provide a local anesthetic to make you more comfortable during your visit. However, laser treatments are often less discomforting than traditional treatment methods and have minimal bleeding. This typically eliminates the need for stitches and provides faster recovery.
Is There a Recovery Period After Laser Dental Treatment?
We will provide you with recovery instructions based on your treatment. We will give you everything you need to know for optimal at-home healing, and, of course, you should feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns. In some cases, your gums may be swollen and sore. In these cases, we suggest you follow a liquid- or soft-food diet for a few days until the swelling and soreness go down. If you had a gum treatment, it's likely we'll schedule a follow-up appointment to check on your healing and determine if additional treatment is needed. The good news is that dental laser therapy causes a lot less trauma to the mouth than standard treatments, so your recovery period should be minimal, and you should be able to get back to your normal activities shortly after your appointment.
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Does Insurance Cover Laser Dental Treatments?
Depending on your exact treatment, laser therapy may be covered, at least in part, by your insurance provider. Someone from our team will reach out to your insurance carrier to get a better idea of what your plan includes and see how we can best optimize your coverage. We will let you know what your out-of-pocket costs will be. To make getting treatment easier, we accept a range of payment methods and can help you find medical financing if you'd like.
Laser Dental Treatments in Manhattan's East Village
For advanced treatment, East Village Dental Center offers laser dental treatments for restorative and cosmetic procedures. This state-of-the-art technology can be used to treat gum disease, cavities, tooth decay, and more. Laser therapy is a less invasive treatment option and often allows for a quicker appointment and a shorter recovery period. For more information on how dental laser therapy can help your oral health, contact our New York, NY office today.