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Laser Dentistry

In the past, gum treatments could be fairly complex, required incisions, and warranted extensive recovery time.

However, with today's technology, we offer advanced laser dentistry, which allows for more precise and comfortable periodontal treatment.

Find out if you can benefit from laser dentistry at Smile More in Merritt Island, FL.

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How Does Waterlase Work?

The Waterlase laser is a replacement for the traditional scalpel technique previously used to treat periodontal issues. Waterlase uses laser energy, air, and water to provide precise, virtually painless care. The laser provides a continuous stream of water during treatment to keep your teeth and gums hydrated and lower your level of discomfort, while carefully eliminating conservative amounts of infected or excess soft tissues.
Waterlase® laser dentistry.
Dental lasers have several applications, like eliminating the look of a "gummy" smile.

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Joe Addeo

2020

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Always great expertise,  Dr.Moffitt and Dr. Wilkhu are top notch. Dimi is a great hygienist for your routine cleaning. My family will never go anywhere else.

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sam talluto

2020

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Great new clean facility.  The staff and DMDs are top notch and would recommend to anyone looking for a dentist.

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Are You a Good Candidate for Laser Dentistry? 

Waterlase technology is extremely versatile and represents a major advance in dentistry. It may be used to enhance your experience at the dentist, as well as help you achieve long-lasting oral health. In addition, we offer financing to make treatment affordable. You may benefit from the laser dentistry techniques provided at our Merritt Island, FL, dental office if you have:

Mild to Moderate Gum Disease

Illustration of gum diseaseTypically, we perform scaling and root planing as an initial intervention for patients who have mild gum disease. If this therapy fails to reduce the depth of your gum pockets, we will recommend periodontal treatment using laser dentistry.

Excessive Gum Tissue

Illustration of gummy smileExcessive gum tissue can contribute to a gummy smile and an uneven gum line can make the teeth look crooked or misshaped. We can contour the soft tissues to nicely frame each tooth and produce a more attractive appearance.

Dr. Chan Wilkhu and Dr. Mark Moffitt

Chan Wilkhu DMD & Mark Moffitt DMD

Our team of friendly dental professionals can help you and your family enjoy beautiful, healthy smiles for years to come. Our dentists are members of a number of professional associations including:

  • American Dental Association
  • Florida Dental Association
  • International Dental Implant Association

To schedule a consultation at our Merritt Island, FL, office contact us online or call (321) 459-2444.

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