Few things have revolutionized dental care in the last decade as much as laser technology. State-of-the-art dental lasers can be used for a broad variety of purposes, including preventative, restorative, and cosmetic treatments. At Tucson Biological Dentistry, Dr. Jeanne Anne Krizman has equipped her practice with the Fotona laser to offer Tucson, AZ area patients a safer, better dental experience—in addition to the option of improving the aesthetics of both their teeth and gums and their facial appearance with its skin tightening effects.
Fotona is a leading manufacturer of lasers that are used in a wide variety of medical, dental, and cosmetic applications. The Fotona LightWalker® was the first dental laser to use Quantum Square Pulse (QSP) technology, which enables dentists to perform treatments with extreme precision and high performance. It is equipped with the fastest Erbium laser in the world, which means faster and safer care for patients.
Lasers in dentistry offers many benefits for patients, and dentists love them too!
Fotona lasers can be used to treat both hard tissues, such as bones and teeth and soft tissues, such as your gums and the tissues in your palate. At Tucson Biological Dentistry, Dr. Krizman uses lasers for many treatments, such as:
One of the facts of life is that our skin starts sagging and wrinkling as we grow older. With laser technology, you can treat these skin imperfections by stimulating collagen production. Collagen is one of the most abundant proteins in the human body, but its production slows as we age, which is one of the leading causes of wrinkles or loose skin. With the Fotona laser, however, you can promote tighter, more youthful skin. It works at the cellular level to boost collagen and increase its support network in your skin.
At Tucson Biological Dentistry, Dr. Jeanne Anne Krizman uses a holistic approach to dental care that considers the short-and long-term effects of all aspects of your treatment on not only your mouth but overall health and well-being. Dr. Krizman carefully considers the benefits and drawbacks of all new technologies, materials, and methods before implementing them into her practice, and laser dentistry is one of those state-of-the-art technologies that provide ample benefits for patients both during and after treatment.