The use of WaterLase technology at Dallas Designer Smiles comes as part of Dr. Strader’s commitment to providing biological dentistry for more than 30 years.
Dallas TX (PRWEB) February 15, 2013
Dr. Daniel Strader of Dallas Designer Smiles in Dallas, TX recently introduced WaterLase technology in his practice that is helping patients experience less painful and more efficient dental procedures. The WaterLase dental laser incorporates the latest technology of high-powered water jets and lasers to replace traditional dental drills and scalpels. It can be used on a variety of procedures, including repairing cavities painlessly, eliminating bacteria, gum reshaping and more.
Because WaterLase eliminates the heat, vibration and pressure associated with traditional dental drills, there is no need for anesthetic during cavity repair. It allows for more precision during dental procedures, which makes visits more pleasant and recovery times shorter.
“We’re proud to offer new WaterLase technology at our practice to give our patients a better experience,” said Dr. Daniel Strader. “This tool is much quieter than traditional dental drills which are the cause for a lot of anxiety during dental visits. Most patients only feel a slight cooling sensation during the procedure, and as the doctor, I’m able to be more accurate and efficient in my work.”
The use of WaterLase technology at Dallas Designer Smiles comes as part of Dr. Strader’s commitment to providing biological dentistry for more than 30 years. With no need for anesthetic, the WaterLase helps reduce the exposure patients have to unnatural chemicals during their visit.
Patient reviews of Dr. Daniel Strader show that his commitment to biological dentistry does not go unnoticed.
“Dr. Strader has been our family dentist since I was a child, and I know my kids are well taken care of because of his commitment to using materials that aren’t harmful to overall health. That’s important to me,” said a patient of Dallas Designer Smiles.
Dr. Daniel Strader is a third generation dentist and has been practicing as a general dentist since 1976. He is heavily involved in continuing education, receiving instruction from Harvard School of Dental Medicine, the Pankey Institute, the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies. The Consumer Research Council has listed Dr. Strader in “The Best Dentists in America”. He has recently been featured on CBS News for his knowledge about the dangers of amalgam fillings and his efforts for improving the health and safety of his patients.