GET THE ULTIMATE DEEP CLEAN FOR TEETH
WITH WATERLASE TREATMENT

Fantastic advancements are being made in dentistry every day – one of these is waterlase treatment, which uses a combination of laser technology and water to carry out routine dental treatments, often without the need for some of the more invasive dental tools – and the anaesthetic that comes with them.

Waterlase is credited with being virtually painless, as using water prevents the laser from heating the teeth. It can also be a gentler and more convenient option for our patients, and you may even be able to have multiple procedures carried out in just one visit.

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BEFORE & AFTER GALLERY
SEE HOW WATERLASE COULD HELP YOU 

Take a look at the gallery to see examples of waterlase in action – and see the difference for yourself.

The only dentist I have felt comfortable with…no longer dread going to the dentist!

Beryl Hatton

Fantastic experience at dentique great treatment received would highly recommend they listened to me well and looked after me with such care.Great staff could not do enough for me!

Lynsey O'connor

Frequently asked questions
Waterlase treatment at Dentique Dental Practice

  1. Waterlase is considered safe for lots of dental procedures. What’s more, the equipment won’t touch your teeth, and uses disposable tips – so there’s no risk of cross-contamination of bacteria between patients.

  2. There are lots of areas of dentistry that can benefit from waterlase. The treatment can help get rid of small bone fragments following tooth extraction, properly clean the teeth, and prepare tooth before a crown is fitted. It’s even been used to treat gum disease, helping remove and kill bacteria from the teeth.

  3. Because water is used alongside the laser, the treatment has a cooling effect, which can help keep pain to a minimum.

  4. It depends on the treatment and the individual, but it has been known to help prevent bleeding and swelling.

  5. Waterlase is also known for being more exact than other methods (depending on the treatment). It can help remove precise amounts of tooth without cracking – while more conventional treatments can sometimes cause issues such as heat, pain and tiny cracks within the tooth. It’s also much more comfortable for patients undergoing certain treatments – by using waterlase, they may not need anaesthetics.

  6. Waterlase was developed by Biolase. You can find out more information here.

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