Using the latest technology, laser dentistry involves specialized instruments that produce intense concentrated beams of light. This focused heat energy can aid in various types of dental procedures, often reducing bleeding, pain, and swelling.
A dental laser consists of an electricity source and mirrors that guide the beam of light, gas or solid matter through which the light passes, and a tube for directing the light. Different types of lasers exist, including soft tissue and hard tissue lasers. Their design and the wavelengths of light used depend upon the dental application. As well, the intensity and duration of heat, Wavelength of the laser beam, and pulse time depend upon the procedure the dentist is performing.
If a doctor wants to cut into bone or teeth precisely. With soft tissue lasers, these devices can cut into soft tissue while also sealing off blood vessels and nerves.
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