Taking Dentistry to New Heights with Lasers




Dr. Olivia Hart

Dr. Olivia Hart, owner of Richmond Family Dentistry, has introduced a new laser technology that will make your next visit to the dentist a much more enjoyable experience. She has added both hard and soft tissue lasers into her practice because they allow her to provide patients with the best care available.

       Dr. Hart uses pain-free, low-light laser therapy to put the body’s tissue into an optimum state of healing after a procedure has been performed. She can also provide in-office laser treatment for gum disease and remove decay and fill teeth with no need for a local anesthetic. The laser also allows for more conservative tooth preparations and less tooth reduction.

       Dr. Hart can even offer patients procedures that she used to have to refer out, including treatments for snoring and non-invasive, cosmetic wrinkle reduction without any outward signs of having the treatment.

Location: 10446 Ridgefield Pkwy. For appointments, call 804-404-8196. For more information, visit RichmondFamilyDentistry.com.

 

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