Advanced Dentistry of Kearney

Anesthesia-Free Dentistry

At Advanced Dentistry of Kearney, we offer anesthesia-free dentistry with the Solea dental laser. With Solea, you’ll have an anxiety-free experience so there is no need to put off going to the dentist any longer.

The Solea dental laser is forever changing what it means to go to the dentist. Get the dental care you need today!

Benefits of Anesthesia-Free Dentistry

Experience the many benefits of anesthesia-free dentistry with the Solea dental laser. The Solea experience is

  • Virtually free of the needle and the sound of the drill
  • Quick, easy, and done in a single visit
  • Gets you back to your day in minutes without being numb

About 95% of our cases are done anesthesia-free and blood-free, so you can leave the office without that uncomfortable, numb sensation, and get back to your day. In eliminating anesthesia, there is no injecting or waiting for numbness, so Dr. Reece can just sit down, get started, and complete all the dental work you need in just one visit.

Anesthesia-Free Dentistry at Advanced Dentistry of Kearney

If you are interested in anesthesia-free dentistry with the Solea laser, give Advanced Dentistry of Kearney a call at (308) 237-1311 to schedule your appointment.

Solea Dental Laser FAQs

The Solea dental laser operates at a unique wavelength with sophisticated, yet simple computer controls that enable high-speed, precision cutting on both hard and soft tissue. Solea works on everything from gingiva and dentin to enamel and bone.

The vast majority of patients report not feeling anything during the procedure, while others report a mild cold sensation.

Solea is cleared by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to cut enamel (teeth), soft tissue (gum), and bone. Some procedure examples include cavities, gingivectomies (gum surgery), frenectomies, aphthous ulcers, fibroma removals, crown lengthenings, and more.

In most cases, Solea allows the doctor to remove amalgam minimizing the loss of tooth structure.

Solea is not a replacement for your hygiene check-ups.

The Solea laser is cleared by the FDA as the first CO2 dental laser to treat teeth and gums (hard and soft tissue).

Yes. The Solea all-tissue laser reduces dental aerosols and splatter by up to 99.9% compared to traditional handpieces, enabling safer, more efficient dentistry in post-COVID environments. In a Press Release dated May 19, 2020, Convergent Dental, Inc., developer of the industry-leading CO2 all-tissue Solea laser, this finding supports recent guidance provided by the American Dental Association (ADA), recommending dentists use clinical techniques that “reduce aerosol productions as much as possible, as the transmission of COVID-19 seems to occur via droplets and aerosols.”

Solea can accommodate patients of all ages without the need for anesthetic in most cases. 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 the appointment because they don’t leave with a numb feeling.

Yes, the Solea dental laser is actually better since there is no need to inject a pregnant patient with anesthetics for the majority of procedures.

Dental insurance covers the cost of Solea just like drill work. There are no additional out-of-pocket costs for Solea procedures. To be sure, double-check with your insurance provider.

Millions of Solea patients agree that Solea delivers what it promises--an anxiety-free experience.

3D Cone-Beam Imaging at Advanced Dentistry of Kearney

Give Advanced Dentistry of Kearney a call at (308) 237-1311 to schedule your appointment and experience the best that dental technology has to offer with 3D Cone-Beam Imaging.

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