Laser Dentistry in Armadale

Do you need dental care but are anxious about the treatment? Laser dentistry
makes procedures precise and less invasive.
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Maintain Your Oral Health with Laser Dentistry

You may be hesitant to undergo traditional dental procedures such as root canals or gum disease treatment because of the fear of pain and discomfort.

These procedures can be invasive, time-consuming, and uncomfortable. They also require a longer recovery time. However, it’s always better to attend to dental problems immediately than to deal with them once they’ve become severe.

Our laser dentistry services are an excellent way to maintain your oral health. We use lasers because they are precise, less invasive, and cause minimal damage to surrounding tissue. This means you’ll experience less pain and discomfort during and after the procedure. Our friendly team at Prospect Road Dental is experienced in using lasers to manage various dental problems, both in soft and hard tissues. With laser dentistry, you can achieve excellent dental health without sacrificing comfort or convenience.

Call us on 08 9399 2037 and make an appointment for your first laser treatment today.

Our Laser Dentistry Services

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Why Choose Us

Why Choose Prospect Road Dental Surgery

Prospect Road Dental offers a wide range of quality treatment options. Each member of your family can benefit from the services provided by our dentists, regardless of age. Our goal is to give you the best dental care possible in a friendly, comfortable setting.
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One stop shop

Different tooth issues can be managed with laser dentistry at Prospect Road Dental. In a matter of minutes, you can have a non-invasive and painless dental procedure done. Routine dental examinations, restorative procedures, orthodontic procedures, and cosmetic procedures are among the treatments available in our clinic.

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Comfortable care

Reduce pain and discomfort during dental procedures with laser dentistry at Prospect Road Dental. We want your dental appointment to be as relaxing as possible, so you can rely on our dental team to provide a pleasant and stress-free experience.

Affordable dental care

All major health funds and private health insurance are accepted at Prospect Road Dental, like BUPA, CBHS, Health Care Fund, Health Insurance Fund, Medibank, and Health Benefits Fund (HBF). With HICAPS, we can quote and handle your insurance claim quickly. Getting the perfect smile you've always wanted has never been easier with our flexible and no-interest payment plans.

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Convenient location

Our dental office is located across Armadale shopping centre and near the train station and bus stops. For convenience, patients have free on-site parking throughout the day.

What You Need To Know

FAQ About Our Dental Clinic In Armadale

We understand that you may have questions when seeing a new dentist for the first time. If your concern isn’t addressed
below, please feel free to contact our practice. One of our friendly team members will be happy to assist you.

Tooth decay: Using lasers instead of dental drills helps speed up the process of shaping and preparing the tooth enamel for filling. Laser technology is used to help bond a filling to a tooth or remove decayed tissue during root canal therapy, among other things.

Gum disease: Lasers help reshape gums and remove bacteria during root canal operations. Infected gum tissue can be removed with minimal damage to the healthy gum tissue. It can also be an excellent tool to expose the root surface to remove plaque.

Biopsy and Lesion Removal: Biopsies can be performed using lasers to remove a small amount of tissue for oral cancer screening. Canker sores can be managed with lasers as well as oral lesions.

Professional Teeth Whitening: In-office teeth whitening is made faster with the help of lasers. The peroxide solution is activated with laser energy, making the process quicker.

Impacted Wisdom Tooth: Lasers are used to effectively expose wisdom teeth that have partially erupted or are impacted.

Sensitive teeth: To lessen the tooth’s sensitivity to hot and cold food and beverages, dental lasers can be used to seal tubules in the tooth root.

Temporomandibular Joint Disorders (TMJ): People who have pain and inflammation in their temporomandibular joints may benefit from low-level laser therapy.

Gummy Smile: You may be able to use dental laser treatment to change the shape of your gums and remove extra gum tissue from the area around your teeth. This will make your teeth look better.

As long as they’re used correctly with other dental devices, they are safe and effective. Dentists can use dental lasers safely for the treatment of patients, provided certain precautions are taken, such as wearing protective eyewear.

Due to the design of dental tools being sharp, one slip can result in irritation or scratching of the gum tissue. We’ve found that lasers are safer than dental tools. Additionally, laser dental therapy is faster and less invasive than traditional treatment techniques.

Laser dentistry utilizes light energy to detect and manage dental problems. It is often used for the soft or hard tissues of the mouth, such as cavities or periodontal disease. In most cases, laser dentistry procedures are superior to their traditional counterparts that use drills or scalpels.

Preventative dental care and cosmetic dentistry are among the many uses for dental lasers. It is done by directing an intense light beam at the desired target. The use of dental lasers by a dentist is beneficial for reducing tissue damage and accelerating the healing process, resulting in a better dental experience.

Using lasers to treat periodontitis may seem expensive at first glance, but it isn’t. Laser dental surgery rates differ but are roughly equivalent to standard cut-and-sew procedures. Laser treatments in Australia typically cost between $500 and $550 per quadrant. Full mouth restorations cost between $2,000 and $2,200.

If you’re looking for laser dentistry in your area, look for a knowledgeable and trained dentist to perform dental laser treatments. The dentists who are most likely to do laser dental procedures are periodontists, general dentists, and cosmetic dentists.

It is rare to experience side effects when getting laser dentistry. In order to avoid damaging tissue, it is essential to seek out a trained dental specialist.

Misusing lasers on teeth and gums can harm the dental pulp and the bone that supports the teeth due to the excessive heat produced by hard tissue lasers. Due to the high optical power concentration, lasers can also burn the skin in rare instances.

Though the risks are uncommon, some providers are concerned that the advertising of laser treatment is exaggerating the need for laser treatment.