Solea Laser Dentistry FAQs


Solea Laser Dentistry is the new non-invasive alternative to general dentistry techniques that allows for faster treatment, no needles, no pain, and no anesthesia. We’ve answered a few frequently asked questions below to help you determine if Solea Laser Dentistry is right for you!

How Does Solea Work?

Unlike laser treatments before it, the Solea dental laser operates with sophisticated, yet simple controls that enable precise cutting on both hard tissue (teeth) and soft tissue (gums) with ease. Solea works for various treatments from cavity fillings to gingivectomies with no anesthesia required.

Is Solea Safe for Pediatric Dentistry?

Yes! Solea Laser Dentistry can be used on children and infants. Not only is it faster, but most procedures can be completed without any type of shot or drill. This makes the experience pain-free, and it also allows multiple procedures to be completed in one appointment. A child can also return immediately to school as there is no need for anesthesia.

Is Solea Covered by Insurance?

Solea is covered by insurance just the same as any other form of dental work. For more information on our insurance policies, please visit our financial page.

Are There Risks With Using Solea?

There are actually fewer risks in using Solea Laser Dentistry in comparison to traditional dental treatments. The risk of bacterial infection in lower because laser treatments are so precise, and there is often far less bleeding during surgical procedures.

Is Solea Really Pain Free?

Our Solea Laser allows us to perform anesthesia-free, blood-free, and pain-free procedures for both teeth and gums. Some patients tell us that they feel cold air, but no pain.

Contact Your Spring Lake and Grand Haven Laser Dentist Today!

If you have any further questions about Solea Laser Dentistry, our staff at Arbutante Dental is happy to help! Dr. Joe Arbutante and the rest of the team here at Arbutante Dental will gladly provide an expert diagnosis while taking your medical history and prescribed medications into consideration. Please don’t hesitate to contact our office today!