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Odontología Láser

Usamos la tecnología más avanzada para realizar procedimientos menos dolorosos, más rápidos y que facilitan la cicatrización.


Laser dentistry is here to stay!


Laser dentistry is a minimally invasive technique that allows for painless dental procedures and reduces trauma to soft tissues.

This technological advance has applications in each dental specialty, allowing procedures to become increasingly more straightforward for the professional and with greater comfort for the patient.


Laser dentistry involves the use of laser technology for various dental procedures. Dental lasers produce highly concentrated beams of light energy, which can be precisely focused to target specific areas of the mouth. Lasers have been increasingly used in dentistry due to their precision, efficiency, and ability to minimize patient discomfort.



Common applications :

  1. Soft Tissue Procedures: Lasers can be used to perform a variety of soft tissue procedures, including:

    • Gum contouring: Reshaping the gum line to improve the appearance of a "gummy smile" or uneven gums.

    • Gum disease treatment: Removing diseased or infected gum tissue and disinfecting the area to promote healing.

    • Frenectomy: Removing a small fold of tissue that restricts movement of the lips or tongue.

    • Crown lengthening: Exposing more of the tooth structure to support a dental restoration.

  2. Hard Tissue Procedures: Lasers can also be used for certain hard tissue procedures, such as:

    • Tooth decay removal: Precisely targeting and removing decayed tooth structure while preserving healthy tooth structure.

    • Tooth preparation: Assisting in preparing teeth for dental fillings, crowns, or veneers.

    • Root canal therapy: Disinfecting the root canal system and removing infected tissue during treatment.

  3. Whitening: Laser technology can be used to enhance the effectiveness of teeth whitening procedures by activating the whitening agent applied to the teeth.

  4. Pain Relief: Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) can be used to provide pain relief for conditions such as temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders, oral ulcers, and post-operative discomfort.


  • Precision: Lasers allow for highly precise treatment, minimizing damage to surrounding healthy tissue.

  • Minimally invasive, painless, and bleeding-free treatments: In many cases, laser procedures are less invasive than traditional techniques, resulting in less bleeding, swelling, and discomfort for patients.

  • Reduced need for anesthesia: Laser procedures often require less or no anesthesia compared to traditional methods.

  • Faster healing: Laser technology can promote faster healing and reduce the risk of complications.

  • Reduction of dental hypersensitivity: Dental hypersensitivity often occurs due to exposed dentin tubules, which allow stimuli such as cold, heat, or pressure to reach the nerve endings within the tooth, leading to discomfort. Laser therapy can help desensitize these nerve endings by sealing or blocking the dentin tubules. This reduces the transmission of external stimuli to the nerves, decreasing sensitivity.

  • Sterilization of the tissue that is being incised, avoiding the accumulation of bacteria.

  • Free vibration interventions: Laser-assisted treatments can reduce the patient's anxiety by avoiding the typical vibration sensation in dental procedures.

However, it's important to note that not all dental procedures can be performed with lasers, and their use may depend on factors such as the specific needs of the patient.


Benevita uses cutting-edge techniques to repair teeth as part of its comprehensive approach, which focuses on oral health as an essential part of whole-body health.

Ask your dentist if you are a candidate. 

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