Dr. Chong is a leader in the use of laser therapy in periodontal care. She has integrated laser therapy since 2009 and Dr. Chong has earned her Standard Proficiency certification with the Academy of Laser Dentistry.

The use of lasers in dentistry is a progressive and innovative option.
As seen in the medical field, such as dermatology and opthamology, lasers offer a variety of treatment options with rapid healing and less side effects. Each type of laser has a different wavelength and is used for different purposes. Some dental lasers are used for hard tissue, some soft tissue and some both.

A dental laser can help a dentist provide optimal treatment often with minimal discomfort, bleeding and anaesthetic. Procedures involving soft tissues can cause bleeding with traditional cutting methods. Lasers can
cut into soft tissue, but the blood vessels are sealed while the
laser cuts eliminating the blood loss that is typical during
these procedures.

At Kanata Periodontics, we utilise the most advanced laser on the market for treating periodontal disease. The Kavo KEY3+ has many benefits as a hard/soft tissue laser that also detects and removes tartar below the gum line safely and effectively. At Kanata Periodontics, this has resulted in fantastic, non-invasive methods to treat periodontal disease.

Because they are precision instruments, lasers are extremely
useful in cosmetic procedures, such as gum line reshaping. Procedures that would normally require anesthetic, scalpels and sutures can be performed bloodlessly and with less trauma, resulting in reduced post-operative swelling and scarring. The potential for infections can also be reduced significantly when a laser is used, compared to traditional instruments.

Call us today!
613-287-0194

4019 Carling Ave. - Suite 100
Kanata, Ontario, K2K 2A3
Canada

Laser Dentistry

Dr. Chong is a leader in the use of laser therapy in periodontal care. She has integrated laser therapy since 2009 and Dr. Chong has earned her Standard Proficiency certification with the Academy of Laser Dentistry.

The use of lasers in dentistry is a progressive and innovative option.
As seen in the medical field, such as dermatology and opthamology, lasers offer a variety of treatment options with rapid healing and less side effects. Each type of laser has a different wavelength and is used for different purposes. Some dental lasers are used for hard tissue, some soft tissue and some both.

A dental laser can help a dentist provide optimal treatment often with minimal discomfort, bleeding and anaesthetic. Procedures involving soft tissues can cause bleeding with traditional cutting
methods. Lasers can cut into soft tissue,
but the blood vessels are sealed while
the laser cuts eliminating the blood loss
that is typical during these procedures.

At Kanata Periodontics, we utilise the most advanced laser on the market for treating periodontal disease. The Kavo KEY3+ has many benefits as a hard/soft tissue laser that also detects and removes tartar below the gum line safely and effectively. At Kanata Periodontics, this has resulted in fantastic, non-invasive methods to treat periodontal disease.

Because they are precision instruments, lasers are extremely
useful in cosmetic procedures, such as gum line reshaping. Procedures that would normally require anesthetic, scalpels and sutures can be performed bloodlessly and with less trauma, resulting in reduced
post-operative swelling and scarring. The potential for infections can
also be reduced significantly when a laser is used, compared to traditional instruments.

4019 Carling Avenue, Suite 100
Kanata, Ontario K2K 2A3
Canada

Call Us Today!

613-287-0194

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4019 Carling Avenue, Suite 100
Kanata, Ontario K2K 2A3
Canada


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