Getting a dental procedure can be scary for kiddos, that’s why we offer a minimally invasive and virtually painless approach with laser therapy! Our high-beam laser reduces pain and time in the chair while minimizing the risk of infection after treatment.
Why should I choose laser therapy for my child?
Laser treatment is more gentle, less invasive, and helps your child recover faster than traditional dental tools. Thanks to our state-of-the-art laser, we provide faster, simpler, and more precise treatment so your kiddo can get back to laughing, playing, and smiling. Get in touch today to learn more about the benefits of laser therapy!
Stress-Free Sedation Options
No child deserves to struggle with fear or pain during treatment. Sedation options are an effective way to help your kiddo get the care they need without discomfort or anxiety. Talk to your child’s dentist to learn more about what sedation option will best fit their needs.
Board-Certified Pediatric Dentist
Rest assured that your child is receiving top-notch, specialized care with our Board-Certified Pediatric Dentist. To be recognized by The American Board of Pediatric Dentistry, doctors must undergo extensive training in the pediatric field in addition to their standard dental degrees.
The Laser Therapy Process
Initial Consultation & Diagnosis
To begin, we will have you and your child come in for a consult. There we will discuss their dental needs and if your child is a good candidate for treatment. We will create a personalized plan unique to your child’s individual needs.
If we decide that laser therapy is the best option for your kiddo, they’ll come in for treatment. Since the procedure is generally quick and painless, sedation isn’t often used. However, we have the option available for children that are anxious or have special needs. We will conduct the treatment using our laser tools while ensuring you and your child feel comfortable through it all.
Healing & Recovery
After your child’s appointment, we will give you instructions on aftercare, then send your child on their way to rest and recover. Usually, children can get back to their normal routine after only a day or two. However, it’s important to carefully follow any post-op instructions so that your child can heal safely and properly.