Dentistry in the 21st Century
Laser dentistry is a sci-fi fantasy come true, and I’m as excited as my young patients about the possibilities of this new technology. The thing is, you don’t have to be a Star Trek fan or a child to appreciate the advantages science brings to the art of dentistry.
More than likely, you’re interested in how comfortable the procedure is as you compare it to older, invasive techniques. Here is Dr. Sheila Dobee talking about the cutting edge technology that the team at Your Caring Dentist uses in their practice.
If you’re like many of our patients were before their first consultation, you dread the visit to the dentist’s office. You know if it turns out that you have cavities and need to get fillings, it’s going to be painful.
Unfortunately, putting off those check-ups is one of the things that put you at risk for tooth decay and other dental problems.
There are two things that most people want to avoid.
First, the shot. It’s that numbing sensation that makes your jaw feel as if it’s drooping and lasts for way too long after the procedure. Second, the drill. The sound in your ear is enough to set off anyone’s anxiety. To top it all off, you get to leave the office with not only a numb face but a mouthful of cotton. No wonder people dread going to the dentist.
I’m Dr. Sheila Dobee, and along with the team at Your Caring Dentist, we take that anxiety away with the advanced science of laser dentistry. No more numb face. No more loud drill. There’s only the beep of the laser as it quietly does its job. With lasers, we can locate and fix cavities, restore your bite, whiten your teeth, and so much more.
We know that your experience with the dentist makes all the difference in how seriously you pursue your dental care. That’s why our goal is to make it comfortable. Laser dentistry is fantastic for children too. Think about it — if they start with a great dental experience, they’ll never know the fear of waiting for the shot and drill.
Why not go ahead and set up a consultation for you and your family today?