indispensable tool

Some dentists swear by lasers

Dental lasers are possibly an indispensable apparatus in a dentist’s toolkit or an emerging-but-unproven technology. It depends on whom we ask.

They came into use in ubiquitous dentistry about 15-20 years ago though even now are used usually by about 6% to 8% of dentists nationwide. The dual categorical categories are soft-tissue lasers, used mostly for resin contouring and teenager surgical procedures, and hard-tissue lasers, used to provide small- to moderate-size cavities.



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