The laser generates special rays of light, able to interact with the tissues to treat the problems of your mouth and your teeth with a simultaneous action of bio-stimulation that accelerates and improves the quality of healing

The laser is used in many aspects of medicine: in ophthalmology (the most widespread), in dentistry, in robotic neurosurgery (the most advanced). Why? Because a laser therapy guarantees the reduction of intra- and post-operative pain, a faster healing, final result without traumas and without stress.

The laser allows to perform unique treatments with precision and speed. It is effective in case of hypersensitivity (hot and cold), herpes, oral thrush and angiomas.

Laser technology is particularly indicated in treatments for children, it allows to work on  hard tissues, for example to treat cavities without anesthesia and in total absence of vibration and noise.

Among the most common laser uses, we can find:

* Dental sensitivity: they allow the sealing of the dentinal tubule, and thus reduce the sensitivity

* Periodontal disease: allow to reduce the presence of microorganisms in periodontal pockets and eliminate the epithelium inside them

* Dental cavities: in these treatments the laser is used to eliminate tooth decay and prepare the enamel to receive the filling. As long as it is a small cavity.

* Whitening: used to accelerate whitening procedures. A bleaching solution with peroxide is activated with the laser to make the treatment faster

* Wounds: prevents bleeding due to its cauterizing activity, which facilitates healing and, therefore, reduces the risk of infections

* Removal of lesions: the laser can be used to remove injuries and relieve the pain of canker sores.

* Orofacial pain and temporomandibular disorders: reduces muscle pain by stimulating the production of endogenous opioids.