The Benefits of the Waterlase

What applications does the Waterlase have in dentistry? The Waterlase is an all-tissue laser, meaning it targets all types of hard and soft tissues in the body. The most routine application is with cavities of all sizes, including small incipient … Continue reading

Bonded Space Maintainers

The above photographs are real-life examples of bonded space maintainers from Dr. Sarkissian’s patients.   A primary baby molar is extracted when infection from a deep cavity kills the nerve and shows up as a dark lesion under the root. … Continue reading

Recommendation from the Biological Dentist

After a dental procedure, perhaps the most widely known remedy for bruising and soreness is Arnica, which you can take in 12, 30, or 200 potency a few times on the day of the procedure. Depending on other accompanying symptoms … Continue reading

Biological and Homeopathic Dentistry

Biological dentistry is not, in itself,  a specialty in dentistry, but rather an approach to dentistry which utilizes aspects of complementary or “alternative” therapy normally used in the field of homeopathy. A Biological Dentist: Will take into account the intricate … Continue reading