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Is laser treatment advisable for repairing cavities in teeth?  I want to know the success rate and how effectively it works?
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Dr. Hiren Patel
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lasers are becoming popular nowadays because of its success rate.. they are less painful than conventional dental treatment.. it can be used for cavity preparation.. but they are costlier than normal method.. you can go for it..its safe..
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Dr. Syed Saqhib Suhail
Dentist 8 yrs exp Bangalore
Success rate for dental lasers in restoring cavity teeth is almost the same as the conventional methods,if care is taken to remove the entire carious part of the tooth except arrested caries which can be left behind before restoring with a tooth colored filing material. Usually dental laser procedures are slightly expensive and only a few clinics are equipped with it.
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Dr. Binu Mathews
Dentist 23 yrs exp Bangalore
Laser is generally advised more for soft tissue surgeries than for hard tissue treatments. Although It can be done for cavity preparation too and root canal sterilization procedures . It is an  available alternative to conventional   cavity preparation. The very fact that using expensive laser equipment for dental therapy should also prepare you for additional service costs from the conventional mode of dental restorations. Tc
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Dr. Chaitra V.
Dental Surgeon 9 yrs exp Bangalore
hello. laser is t advanced method of treating diseases. it is less painful when compared to conventional method but expensive. u can go for it. tc
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