Dental Technology and Advanced Treatments with Lasers

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Dental Technology and Advanced Treatments

Dental technology is always evolving. Thanks to the continual improvement of automated technology, doctors are relying on machines to provide near-perfection when it comes to results. Many of these procedures involve less pain, scarring, and overall downtime than older, more conventional procedures. Here at Rozenberg Dental NYC, we pride ourselves on being at the forefront of these technological advances!

More Powerful Laser Treatments

Advancements in laser technology have made dental treatments more precise than ever before! By combining unrivaled accuracy with simultaneous disinfection capabilities, oral laser treatment is the fastest and most efficient way to solve your dental issues. Whether you’re focused on oral surgery, periodontics, or teeth whitening, lasers provide minimally invasive and relatively painless treatment. Laser speeds can also be adjusted depending on the needs of the patient—with settings for minimal bleeding, disinfection, and coagulation.

Stronger Microscopes To Catch Every Detail

Detecting a dental disease can be the key to preventing long-term damage or pain. The evolution of dental recognition technology has ushered in an incredible new age of detection. Dental microscopes are becoming more readily available to see every last detail during treatment. Root canal orifices can be identified quicker than ever before with the use of illumination. In addition, video and digital cameras are used to record findings for patients to see exactly what is happening during treatment.

Dr. Lana Rozenberg and her staff look forward to answering any questions you may have about our dental technologies, as well as our dental procedures. Contact us at our New York office at 212-265-7724, or you may request an appointment online for a personal consultation with Dr. Rozenberg.

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