Florida dentist, Dr. Maria Luong, is announcing the incorporation of Solea Laser treatments into her dental practice. The treatments, which use carbon dioxide lasers to eradicate tooth decay, can prepare teeth for fillings virtually free of the needle and the sound of the drill.
LADY LAKE, FL – April 16, 2019 —
Dr. Maria Luong is bringing Solea laser treatments to The Villages. Created around the idea of a more serene dental experience, Dr. Luong’s Serenity Dentistry Spa will add the new treatment; which, eliminates pain and anesthesia from the cavity-filling process to its current services. Patients love the unique experience.
Developed by Convergent Dental and released in 2013, the Solea laser uses an isotopic carbon dioxide dental laser to remove tooth decay and prep for filling. Because the laser can remove tooth decay without causing nerve pain, it eliminates the need for anesthesia for the patient and creates a more comfortable experience for those that can’t tolerate pain. The Solea laser is also faster and more efficient than a traditional drill. Mike Cataldo, CEO of Convergent, compares the Solea laser to cutting a tree with a chainsaw instead of a traditional ax, as the laser fires up to 10,000 pulses per second.
The Solea laser is part of Dr. Luong and Serenity Dentistry Spa’s commitment to a more pleasant and quality dental experience. When imagining the idea of a dental spa, Dr. Luong decided that she needed to create an office where patients would not be so fearful. “It needed to feel warm, relaxing and inviting to patients. A place of calmness and tranquility, so Serenity Dentistry Spa was created,” said Dr. Luong. The location offers a spa-like atmosphere of comfort and care. She hopes the Solea laser treatment will continue to take the fear out of going to the dentist.
Name: Maria T. Luong
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Organization: Serenity Dentistry Spa
Address: Serenity Dentistry Spa, 972 Del Mar Dr. The Villages, FL 32159
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