Minimally-Invasive Dental Treatment with the NV Microlaser™
More Precise Treatment with Laser Dentistry
Since their introduction in the 1990s, soft-tissue lasers have been helping dentists across the country provide patients with more precise and comfortable oral care. A wide range of services like gum disease therapy, cosmetic gum re-contouring, incision cauterizing and tissue fusion, lesion reparation, biopsies, and more have become less invasive, requiring shorter recovery times and no stitches whatsoever. This is all thanks to the soft-tissue laser’s use of a highly-concentrated, low-heat energy beam. This precise, concentrated beam minimizes bleeding by cauterizing the treatment area as it cuts. What’s more, because soft-tissue lasers can be precisely controlled, dentists are able to keep the depth and the extent of cutting at an absolute minimum, rarely affecting any tissues beyond those that actually need treatment. All of this combined makes treatment with laser dentistry a more precise, predictable, and conservative approach that patients can trust.
The NV Microlaser from Philips is the soft-tissue laser of choice at our Centerville dental office. With it, we’re making treatment for patients from Miamisburg, Springboro, Lebanon, and surrounding areas less invasive and more comfortable. The NV Microlaser lets Dr. Passidomo provide the same level of care as he could with a larger desktop soft-tissue laser, but without the need for a large, clunky tool. Instead, the NV Microlaser from Philips is a completely self-contained tool. It’s small—pen-sized, in fact—and weighs no more than 1.9 ounces, making it easier to hold for long procedures. And because the NV Microlaser doesn’t have any wires, Dr. Passidomo has more freedom to move around and change position as he needs to during your treatment. Never before has it been easier for a dentist to complete procedures like gum disease therapy, cosmetic gum re-contouring, biopsies, and many other services our patients from the Centerville area depend on us to provide.