Dental Cleanings with Laser Bacterial Reduction

Dental Laser Cleaning

What is Laser Bacterial Reduction

Laser Bacterial Reduction or LBR is a soft tissue laser that is used to reduce and eliminate bacteria in the mouth. It sterilizes the area around your teeth and gums. It’s a real game changer for dental cleanings. LBR is not meant to replace normal dental cleaning methods, but is used in addition for the best possible clean. The process is quick and less invasive than other methods. Laser Bacterial Reduction is the best way to clear bacteria out of all those hard to reach places.

 

Benefits of LBR

It might sound scary to think about using a laser to clean your teeth. Soft tissue lasers in the hand of a professional are perfectly safe. Here are just a few of the reasons you should consider asking your dental hygienist about Laser Bacterial Reduction:

 

  • Greatly reduces bacteria in the mouth

  • Prevents infection from spreading

  • Reduces risk of gum disease

  • Cleans hard to reach places

  • Quick recovery

  • Process is quick and painless

 

Gum Disease and LBR

One of the best reasons to consider Laser Bacterial Reduction is because it helps to prevent and treat gum disease. Gum disease can escalate rapidly to tooth loss. Bacteria gets trapped just underneath the gum line and sits and festers until things get out of hand. Prevention and early intervention are key to keeping your mouth as healthy as possible. LBR cleans those hard to reach places between teeth and just underneath the gum line. It works without agitating the gums so that you can heal quickly and be back on your way to a healthy smile.

 

Eagle Rock Dental Care proudly offers Laser Bacterial reduction as a dental cleaning method. Our providers are certified with the Soft Tissue Laser and are always happy to answer your questions or address your concerns. Contact us for an appointment today and we will happily help you discover the best treatment for you and your smile! And remember you can always request your appointment online!

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