With Waterlase(R), Orange County Laser Dentistry Patients Enjoy a More Pleasant Experience

Irvine, CA (PressExposure) November 19, 2009 -- The Waterlase® dentistry solution, a system used in a variety of laser dentistry applications, is taking the Orange County dental community by storm.

Following the lead of Masi Hashemian, DDS at Park Place Dentistry in Irvine, many Orange County dentists are opting to incorporate the Waterlase system into their range of dental services.

The recent success of the Waterlase system is attributed to HydroPhotonics technology, which merges both water and laser functions to allow for increased patient comfort during hard and soft tissue procedures alike.

Dr. Hashemian was among the first Orange County dentists to utilize the Waterlase system, for procedures including:

- Tooth decay removal - Root canals - Smile restoration

According to Dr. Hashemian, the popularity of Waterlase is due to the ease with which it penetrates both hard and soft tissues. “It can cut into the tissue without the discomfort that heat, pressure and vibration normally causes. Thus, the patient needs less anesthesia or fewer shots,” she says. “It’s so gentle that the procedures can be completed with little or no bleeding and less swelling.”

For more information on Waterlase dental treatments, visit [http://parkplacedentistry.com/laser.asp]

About Park Place Dentistry

Park Place Dentistry aims to provide the best dental treatment in Orange County, with personalized care for the greatest functional and cosmetic results. The Irvine dentist has a mission is to help patients achieve optimum oral health through advanced techniques and technologies; their commitment is to provide them with the healthiest smiles in town.

2981 Michelson Drive, Suite B
Irvine, CA 92612
Phone: (949) 251-0011
Fax: (949) 251-0085
Email: info@parkplacedentistry.com
Website: http://parkplacedentistry.com

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Press Release Submitted On: November 18, 2009 at 10:35 pm
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