Laser Dentistry in La Mesa, CA

It can be used to eliminate pain, reduce inflammation, and accelerate tissue healing. It can also be used to reduce wrinkles, scarring, and other signs of aging. Additionally, laser therapy can treat some skin conditions like acne.

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What Is Laser Therapy

Laser therapy or photobiomodulation involves the use of intense, focused light to remove abnormal tissue. This technology is thought to accelerate the healing process. Laser therapy can be used on patients suffering from various chronic conditions to help alleviate pain and swelling and increase functionality.

Why Should I Get Laser Therapy

Laser therapy can be beneficial for several reasons. It can be used to eliminate pain, reduce inflammation, and accelerate tissue healing. It can also be used to reduce wrinkles, scarring, and other signs of aging. Additionally, laser therapy can treat some skin conditions like acne.

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Laser Dentistry in La Mesa, CA

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What to Expect During Laser Therapy Treatments

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Quick Treatment

Most laser treatments take about 10 to 12 minutes and can be pain-free, depending on your condition. Your dentist may recommend multiple procedures over time, depending on the severity of your condition.

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Positive Experience

During your laser therapy, you may experience a warming sensation in the area that’s being treated. This is a sign that the laser is working; however, you should inform your dentist if it gets too warm so they may adjust your treatment.

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A Simple Procedure

You should also expect a simple procedure that does not involve messy gels or complex wires. Laser therapy is usually performed directly on the skin and may be done on one or several body parts, based on your treatment plan.

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Pain Relief

You may experience pain relief after a few hours or several hours following your treatment. Some people also report enhanced sleep after their laser therapy.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How many laser treatments will I need?

The number of treatments necessary to attain the desired results will depend on the treated area and the type of laser used. On average, most patients will require 3 to 6 treatments to achieve the desired results.

If you’re looking for a modern dental office in La Mesa, call Village Dental Checkup at (619) 422-0800 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Mayora. We welcome all our new patients with a special offer.

Enjoy a $130 special offer on dental cleaning, X-rays, and exam. You can also take advantage of our $85 emergency special or opt for a free veneer, Invisalign, or implant consultation.

Does laser therapy treatment hurt?

The level of pain you experience will depend on the procedure being performed. However, most laser therapy treatments cause minimal discomfort that can be managed without anesthesia.