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At Thompson & Frey Cosmetic & Family Dentistry, our Owensboro patients are treated like family. We are Drs. David Thompson and Vicki Frey, and our relationship with our patients is paramount.

You know what puts a smile on our faces? When we use advanced cosmetic dentistry to create a dazzling smile makeover for one of our patients.

At Thompson & Frey Cosmetic & Family Dentistry, our team can guarantee you quality preventative, restorative, general, and cosmetic dental care.

In today’s Thompson & Frey Cosmetic & Family Dentistry blog we would like to discuss laser dentistry. It may sound scary, but laser dentistry provides an excellent alternative to drills. Many procedures performed with lasers don’t require Owensboro patients to be medicated, allowing for quicker healing times.

Many Owensboro patients become very anxious waiting for a shot of painkiller before a dental procedure. Laser dentistry allows for a more relaxed, less stressful dental visit. Our patients also appreciate not going home with a numb mouth and drool dripping down their chin.

Owensboro residents in need of oral surgery will experience less bleeding thanks to laser dentistry. Some of the procedures that are performed with lasers are infected root canal treatment, gum and bone reshaping, uncovering erupted wisdom teeth, and teeth whitening.

At Thompson & Frey Cosmetic & Family Dentistry our most popular service is cosmetic dentistry. We also offer Six Month Smiles, sedation dentistry, Invisalign, and family dentistry.

Owensboro patients who want to experience a comfortable, relaxing dental visit and receive compassionate and professional dental care, contact Thompson & Frey Cosmetic & Family Dentistry today at 270-228-2352.

At Thompson & Frey Cosmetic & Family Dentistry we treat you like family.

The following article was used in the preparation of this post:
“What is Laser Dentistry?,” Know Your Teeth, February 2011, http://www.knowyourteeth.com/infobites/abc/article/?abc=L&iid=780&aid=3803, accessed July 10, 2012


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