Laser-assisted orthodontics. The first laser was used roughly fifty years ago. Currently, there numerous types of lasers available for the field of orthodontics. They are effective for hard and soft tissue applications. The specific use of the laser is determined by the wavelength and power of each laser. Orthodontists use lasers to avoid bleeding, for the non-invasive nature and to perform procedures faster. In many cases, lasers are pain-free. In this post, we’ll show you what lasers can do for your oral health. Let’s get cracking.
Dr. Papandreas is a member of the American Association of Orthodontists, Cleveland Dental Society, Ohio Dental Association and the Schulman Study Group of top orthodontic practices nationally.