Solea Laser


If you have a cavity or some other oral issue that requires treatment, now is the time to ditch the drill and enjoy a dental laser treatment that is fast, precise and silent. In addition, the Solea laser treatment doesn’t require anesthesia for the majority of dental treatments. You will love the fact that your dental visits are now fast and pain-free.

The Solea laser offers a quiet and vibration-free dental treatment that does not require the use of anesthesia. No longer will you dread your dental appointment and the noise and pain that comes with the use of a traditional dental drill. 

If you cringe even at the thought of a dentist’s drill, then you will love the Solea laser. 


Q. Is Solea pain-free?
A. The vast majority of patients report not feeling anything during the procedure, while others report a mild sensation of cold.

Q. What dental procedures is Solea used on?
A. Solea is cleared to cut enamel (teeth), soft tissue (gum), and bone. Some procedure examples include: cavities, gingivectomies, frenectomies, aphthous ulcers, fibroma removals, crown lengthenings, and more.

Q. Is Solea used for cleanings?
A. Solea is not a replacement for one’s hygiene check-ups.

Q. How does Solea work?
A. Solea uses computer-controlled laser technology to smoothly, quickly, and safely vaporize the hard (teeth) and soft (gums) tissues in one’s mouth. For more information, click here.

Q. Does Solea work with silver (amalgam) fillings?
A. In most cases, Solea allows the dentist to remove amalgam minimizing the loss of tooth structure.

Q. Is Solea good for kids?
A. It’s great for kids. It’s faster, and most procedures are done without a shot, the drill or pain. Because there is no need for a shot, multiple procedures can be done in one appointment, meaning less time at the dentist. A child can go right back to school or eat right after their appointment because they don’t leave with a numb feeling.

Q. I’m pregnant. Is it OK to use Solea on me?
A. Yes, it’s actually better since there is no need to inject a pregnant patient with anesthetics for the majority of procedures