Dental Lasers makes painless dentistry a reality. No scalpel!! No infection!! No pain!!  Dental Solutions has been a pioneer in the use of laser dentistry in India bringing together the world’s best and latest lasers.  With years of training and experience we are spearheading the use of dental laser treatments to enhance patient comfort.

At Dental Solutions, We Use The Below Lasers:

I Lase - Diode Laser
Waterlase MD
Waterlase MD
Zoom Laser

Areas of dental care that benefit from laser technology:

  • Cavity or Caries detection and removal
  • Root Canal and apicopectomies
  • Mouth or Apthous Ulcer treatment
  • Exposing unerupted teeth or operculectomy surgery
  • Whitening teeth
  • Gum or Periodontal, related care
  • Frenectomy (tongue and lip-tie release) without anesthesia or sutures
  • Dental lasers have been shown to be safe and effective & more comfortable

Laser gum treatment (LANAP)

At Dental Solutions, we treat Periodontitis (gum disease) using latest dental lasers making the procedure Bloodless and Painless with excellent results.

Laser-assisted new attachment procedure (the LANAP protocol) is a surgical therapy designed for the treatment of periodontitis through regeneration rather than resection. This therapy and the laser used to perform it have been in use since 1994. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration cleared the LANAP protocol for the treatment of periodontitis, or gum disease, in 2004.

In LANAP surgery, a variable free-running pulsed or a diode dental laser is used by a trained and certified dentist or periodontist to treat the periodontal pocket. The laser energy selectively removes diseased or infected pocket epithelium from the underlying connective tissue.

In periodontics, the LANAP protocol is a process through which cementum-mediated periodontal ligament new attachment to the root surface in the absence of long junctional epithelium is achieved for the treatment of moderate to severe gum disease (including gingivitis and periodontal disease). Stimulation of existing stem cells permits the formation of new root surface coating (cementum) and new connective tissue (periodontal ligament) formation (collagen) on tooth roots. The procedure’s success has challenged the old paradigm of periodontal healing in the absence of guided tissue regeneration barriers (GTR) or bone grafting materials (allografts).

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