Many of the advancements in dentistry and technology today mean that gentle dentistry is now a reachable reality rather than just an intangible goal. Dr. Kourosh Maddahi, an expert cosmetic dentist in Beverly Hills, has built his entire practice around this philosophy of gentle and calming dentistry. It’s almost an oxymoron to some folks.
As it is, laser technology has remarkably shifted the care of gums and teeth by first of all shrinking the time spent in recovery after dental visit but also reduced your time sitting in the treatment room chair with your mouth agape. Dental lasers give off a narrow, intense beam of light that applies energy to shape, vaporize or remove tissue. This laser precision allows Dr. Maddahi, leading cosmetic dentist in Beverly Hills, to replace metal dental tools that often times feel barbaric with nimble, quiet, quick, no-touch lasers that don’t even require anesthetic. Dr. Maddahi uses a high-tech cool laser for recontouring gums, drilling cavities, treating periodontal disease and more. This means the elimination of vibration and heat of a drill, soft-tissue procedures can be completed with a much less swelling, bleeding and post-op pain.
Dr. Maddahi, a Beverly Hills cosmetic dentist, is now able to minimize or vaporize periodontal disease simply by applying these lasers to the infected areas and killing off bacteria, therefore reducing inflammation in a snap. Later, the gum tissue will grow back without the bacteria. Similarly when you think about smile transformations, Dr. Maddahi is able to reshape the gums lining your teeth with laser-like precision. You don’t have to suffer from swelled gums or bleeding in the aftermath. The procedure is pain-free. Lasers have also been used to quicken teeth whitening. Ultimately, lasers and Dr. Maddahi’s philosophy toward gentle dentistry has enabled him to provide his patients with pain-free, comfortable, quick dental care while reducing healing time. Most of his patients, sit up from the chair, saying, “that’s it, you’re already finished, I didn’t even feel a thing.” Dr. Maddahi smiles and says, “Yes, you’re all done.”