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Laser Dentistry

On the Cusp is all about the experience. We want you and your children to love the dentist and have the most positive experience possible! For children, a big needle, noisy drills, and numbness can make a dental visit seem scary. At OTC, we provide no shot, no drill dentistry that kids (and parents) love! Laser dentistry for kids can be used for both tooth and soft tissue related procedures. Local anesthesia and sutures are not required, so healing time is faster!

Procedures that utilize laser treatment:

  • Infant frenectomy
  • Exposure of unerupted teeth
  • Fillings
  • Canker sores

There are many benefits to laser dentistry. Ask our board-certified dental team if laser dentistry is the right option for your child. 

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