Laser Dental Implants Treatment
While some might miss the good old days, we’re living a great time when things once considered to be science fiction are now being put to great use. Lasers have found their way into real-life applications, used for industries like welding and printing, as well as dental and medical procedures. If you’ve been considering traditional dental implants, it’s time to reconsider. Beyond Dentistry Laser Center and our Dr. Simon Kappel are experts in performing laser dental implant surgery for patients that are in Brooklyn, and within and outside the country. Learn more about the benefits of laser dental implants and contact our office today to schedule your tooth implant procedure.
Learn the Benefits of Laser Dental Implant Treatment
If the idea of a sharp scalpel and a noisy drill makes you a bit uneasy, you’re not alone. Traditional dental implant treatments utilize those scary tools of the trade, but Dr. Kappel uses a precisely aimed beam of light that causes little to no bleeding and barely registers on your pain radar. That alone should ease your anxiety levels, but there are several other reasons why laser dental implant treatment is the best option to replace missing teeth. Laser dental implants are widely considered to be the future of tooth replacement for many reasons, including:
- Offer our dentist, Dr. Kappel, greater control than instruments traditionally used in dental surgery
- Minimize pain and discomfort, with few, if any, pain medications needed after the procedure
- Minimize bleeding and swelling, resulting in fewer post-op visits
- Don’t’ need dental drills, which cause sensations of heat and vibration
- Reduce the time needed to perform even multiple or whole-mouth tooth implants (ask about our dental implants in one hour)
Get Dental Implants Without Needing to be Sedated
With dental implants of the past, patients needed to be fully sedated or at least given a strong local anesthesia. That’s because preparing the area for the replacement teeth meant cutting and drilling. With laser dental implants, all of this inconvenience, anxiety, and pain is taken out of the equation! Unlike traditional oral surgery instruments, lasers do their work using a high-tech fiber-optic delivery system that prepares your gums for the dental implant with gentle pulses of focused light. Most of the time, a mild local or oral anesthetic is all that’s needed to keep you perfectly comfortable and at ease during the procedure and afterward. Laser dental implants mean little to no bleeding or swelling, so you can get back to your normal routine in just a matter of hours instead of days. We like to say it is cutting-edge technology without the cutting. To learn more about the pros and cons of laser dental implants vs. traditional dental implants, contact the Brooklyn area experts at Beyond Dentistry Laser Center today.
Laser Dental Implants in One Hour from Dr. Kappel
We know that there are many ways you can lose a tooth, but now thanks to laser technology, there’s a new way to solve the problem of missing teeth. Dr. Kappel is an expert in laser dentistry, and can send you home with dental implants in just one hour! Traditional dental implants might result in a nice smile, but they can be painful, cause you to make multiple office visits, and the process typically takes months to even a year to complete. When you visit Beyond Dentistry Laser Center, Dr. Kappel handles every step of the process from start to finish. There’s no need to visit multiple dentist or for the incisions used for traditional dental implants, so you won’t need time to heal, and you won’t experience painful side effects like bruising or swelling. If you’re looking for a new smile without waiting around and making multiple trips to our office, one-hour dental implants are the solution for you. We also offer other dental services, including Invisalign® clear aligners, professional teeth whitening, porcelain veneers, and general dentistry services. If you’re not sure whether or not laser dental implants are right for you, we’d be happy to get you scheduled for an initial consultation.