Laser Dentistry

The precision of our dental lasers mean better and more predictable results in the ever-growing number of procedures we use them in. They also mean quicker, more comfortable appointments for you.
Dental laser
Solea laser
Lasers can be used in an extremely wide range of dental procedures: preventive, cosmetic, restorative, and surgical. From removing stains and brightening smiles to preparing teeth for restorations; from periodontal treatment to implant surgery; from treating decay to treating enamel erosion, there seems no end to how dental lasers can help us help you attain and maintain a healthy, attractive smile.

This is because lasers do far more than just cut tissue. They also disinfect treatment sites and stimulate the growth of new, healthy tissues.

And they do so gently, almost imperceptibly, as you relax in the dental chair. In some cases, no anesthetic is needed at all. No needles. No drill. Little or no post-treatment pain or soreness.

It’s dentistry as you’ve never experienced it before – or perhaps even thought possible. Our LightWalker and Solea lasers – along with Dr. Montgomery’s wisdom, skill, and caring – make it possible, giving patients yet one more reason to make us Boise’s choice for exceptional dental care.


Beyond “Just Dentistry”: Lasers Offer a Device-Free Solution for Snoring

Snoring is more than just a nuisance to your sleep partner. It’s a sign that your airway is at least partly blocked. While oral appliances can help reduce snoring, many people would prefer not to have to rely on a device to get a good night’s sleep.

NightLase provides that alternative.

Our Fotona LightWalker laser can be used to actually recontour the tissues around the top of your windpipe, stimulating your body’s natural ability to restructure collagen. The result is a wider, less restricted airway. Research has shown that NightLase can reduce snoring by nearly 75%.

The procedure is minimally invasive. No anesthesia is needed, and there’s no post-op pain.

All it takes is three 20-minute appointments over a six-week period, with results typically lasting a year or more before a touch-up may be needed.