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Technological advances have dramatically changed dentistry over the last few decades. Among the new technologies available, lasers have been one of the most pivotal tools in changing how we provide safe and effective dental care. At The DentaLink in Ballwin and St. Louis, Missouri, we have equipped our office with the latest dental lasers because they are incredibly versatile and offer a number of benefits over traditional treatment options.
Lasers are used for a wide variety of applications in both medicine and dentistry. They work by using a controlled beam of light energy to perform specific functions – for example, some lasers are designed to work on hard tissues such as teeth and bone, whereas others are intended to treat the delicate gums and soft tissues. Lasers can be used for preventative, restorative, and cosmetic purposes, including:
Patients and our dental team both love laser dentistry for many reasons. In addition to being a gentler and more precise method of delivering dental care, lasers sanitize and cauterize tissues as they are being treated, which helps reduce the chance of bleeding and infection. In addition, they are often comfortable enough that patients don’t need dental anesthetics!
At The DentaLink, our dental team is always happy to discuss the benefits of laser dentistry with our patients and answer any of your questions. To schedule a consultation with Dr. Allan Link or Dr. Andrew Link, call us at (636) 496 8584 in Ballwin, Missouri or (314) 334-1474 in St. Louis, Missouri.
At the DentalLink, you will be taken care of under the expert guidance of Dr. Allan Link and Dr. Andrew “Drew” Link. A dynamic duo who seek to provide the people of their community with sustainable health remedies and care.
Bringing with him 35 plus years of providing oral care, Dr. Allan Link is a proud alumnus of Duke University and the Washington University School of Dental Medicine.
Following in his father’s footsteps, Dr. Andrew Link studied at the University of Missouri, Kansas City, and has been recognized by medical associations such as the Academy of General Dentistry and the American Dental Association.