Laser Technology - SAN FRANCISCO, CA

Laser Technology for Dental Implants


What is a dental laser?

The PerioLase MVP-7 1064 Nd:YAG dental laser is a laser which is different than any other laser, distinguished by its unique feature of emitting wavelengths at 1064 micron (the same electrical wavelength emitted naturally throughout our bodies’ cells, hearts, and so forth). By introducing the Nd:YAG 1064 laser to our red blood cells, growth hormones and healing factors are induced and stimulated, thereby resulting in faster healing and repair of bone and soft tissue following surgery. This laser will be applied at the time of surgical placement of the implant(s). In doing so, the healing and repair mechanisms of the bone and gums around the implant(s) immediately begins. This is extremely imperative to people with underlying health conditions, such as diabetes, high cholesterol, age associated conditions, etc. This kind of laser stimulation will shift the paradigm of healing in the favor of patients who suffer from such chronic conditions, allowing them to heal like a healthy young adult.
periolase mvp7 model blue
dental lab being used by rda

In House Digital Lab (Utilizing Futuristic Technology)

Our digital dental lab is the first and only of its kind in San Francisco. Our lab provides the most precise technology which enables us to fabricate prosthetics (bridges, crowns, etc) of the highest standard with unmatched quality to conventional dental labs. This is key in the longevity and survival of the prosthetics and dental implants. The materials we choose are the best and most biologically compatible dental material used in dentistry. Our prosthetics are very beautiful and natural looking, so much so that it is closest to replication of a natural looking smile.

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