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Laser Dentistry PA

What Laser Dentistry Means for You

If you find yourself face to face with a dental problem such as a cavity, an infected root canal, or even a gummy smile, one of your greatest goals may be to resolve this issue as quickly and as painlessly as possible. We share in that desire, which is why we are proud to perform… [Read more]

Laser Gum Therapy

Benefits of Laser Gum Therapy

Gum disease is a serious condition, not only because it can lead to tooth loss but also because it is so prevalent today. In our Ardmore practice, we believe in creating a strong partnership with each patient through which gum health can be protected with personal attention. We are all different. While oral bacteria is… [Read more]

laser dentistry

Giving Your Teeth the Sci-Fi Treatment with Lasers

When thinking about lasers, what usually comes to mind is a stormtrooper on Tatooine or some other Stars Wars scene. But lasers are earning a place in high-tech dentist offices like Dr. Marshall’s, right alongside the drills and the digital x-ray machines. It’s called laser dentistry, and there isn’t a Wookie in sight. Lasers have… [Read more]

What is Laser Dentistry?

Laser dentistry utilizes a high-energy beam to complete both hard tissue and soft tissue dental treatments. This revolutionary technique is fast, less invasive that previous techniques, and allows Philadelphia cosmetic dentist, Dr. Lindsey Marshall more precision and accuracy. Because it doesn’t require stitches or anesthesia, Philadelphia laser dentistry is less painful and has a faster… [Read more]

Questions About the Zoom! Tooth Whitening System

How does the Zoom! Tooth Whitening System work? The Zoom! tooth whitening system is applied during your visit to Dr. Marshall’s office. First, your gums and lips are coated with a protective gel, and then a whitening agent is applied to the surfaces of your teeth. This agent is activated with a special light. After… [Read more]

Candidacy for Laser Dentistry

Laser dentistry is growing in popularity among dentists in the US. While previously used for soft tissue procedures, such as periodontal work, lasers are now also used for work directly on the teeth. Some patients find laser dentistry more comfortable and less stressful than dental work performed with traditional instruments. Ardmore, Pennsylvania cosmetic dentist Lindsey… [Read more]

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