Dr. Kelly Clarke, DDS
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New Study Shows Laser Therapy Could Improve Teeth Sensitivity

Laser Therapy and Sensitive Teeth | Laser Dentistry

Laser Dentistry has been proven to improve the efficiency of dental procedures such as periodontal treatments, dental fillings, or biopsies. Because of the concentrated light and heat a dental laser delivers, it is able to sterilize the treatment area, which accelerates healing and make many treatment procedures more comfortable. A new study is showing that laser dentistry in Bradenton, FL, may also be able to reduce tooth sensitivity, which causes discomfort to many patients on a daily basis.

Dental Lasers and Tooth Sensitivity

Researchers in Spain have found that treatments with the dental laser seem to reduce tooth sensitivity for patients. While more studies will need to be conducted, this is ...

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A Quick Guide to Laser Dentistry

Quick Guide to Laser Dentistry | Laser Dentistry Bradenton FL

Since the early 1990's, the laser has been making dental procedures such as periodontal treatment and dental fillings more comfortable and efficient for patients. Dr. Clarke has invested in the state-of-the-art Biolase iPlus Laser, and here's what you can expect from laser dentistry in our Bradenton, FL office.

How Does the Laser Work?

The dental laser utilizes concentrated light and heat delivered through a beam of light that provides precision and accuracy. The precision is found when the laser is used as a cutting tool because it can remove diseased tissue for example, without harming any of the surrounding tissue. The intense heat that the laser provides can be used to create ...

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3 Ways Our Practice Uses Laser Dentistry

3 Ways Our Practice Uses Laser Dentistry | Laser Dentistry

The dental laser has been in use in practices since 1994. This tool makes numerous treatment procedures more comfortable for patients and more accurate and precise for doctors.

We're proud to offer this treatment to our patients here at Laser Dentistry, and here are three ways our practice uses this effective tool:

Periodontal Therapy

Believe it or not, periodontal (gum) disease occurs among more than half of American adults in some form. Advanced stages of gum disease, known as periodontitis, require a deeper cleaning below the gum line to remove the plaque and tartar buildup that is causing the infection. The laser can be used to remove infected tissue, and it combines light ...

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