Dentist Warrenton MO, Family Dentist
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Modern Dentist in Warrenton, MO

Warrenton Laser Dentist Dr. Jerry Paz

Offers No, Shot, No Drill, No Fear Laser Dentistry

No Shots, No Drill 

No Fear, No Kidding 

Imagine a Dental visit without a shot, or drill. 

Imagine never having to fear the heat or vibration often associated with the dental drill.

Imagine leaving the dentist without that numb felling on your lips and tongue. 



Dr. Paz provides a comfortable dental experience with the Waterlase laser.  For over 80% of patients it is a dream come true.  Every patient who was ever traumatized by memories of a dental experience when they were a kid, now can have a good experience in the dental office.  Your children may never need to know what a shot feels like or what a dental drill feel like.  You may never again need to feel that awful numbness of your lips, face, and tongue.  No more dental phobia!

The Waterlase laser uses water and laser energy to treat your cavities.  It never touches your tooth! The analgesia effect of the laser numbs your tooth from the inside with NO Shots. The dental experience may even be more convenient. There’s no waiting to get numb. The Waterlase allows your dentist to get    started and get done quicker. Lasers have long been the standard of care in medicine for many procedures such as LASIK, wrinkle and hair removal and so much more.  Now you can benefit from the advanced technology of Laser Comfort Dentistry.

What is Waterlase Dentistry?

Waterlase Dentistry uses a patented combination of laser energy and water -a process called HydroPhotonics- to perform a wide range of dental procedures on teeth, gums and bone more comfortably. Waterlase Dentists typically use fewer shots and less anesthesia to provide a more comfortable dental experience.

Waterlase Advantages Over Conventional Dental Instruments

  1. •Your comfort. Heat, vibration and pressure are the primary causes of pain associated with the use of the traditional drill. Since the Waterlase laser cuts hard and soft tissue without heat, vibration or pressure, your dentist may be able to perform your procedure with fewer shots and less anesthesia. Plus, using the Waterlase laser reduces bleeding, post-operative pain and swelling, and the need for pain medication in many cases
  2. •Accuracy and Precision. A Waterlase Dentist can remove decay in tooth enamel -the hardest substance in the human body! – while leaving the surrounding tooth unaffected.
  3. •Reduced Trauma. High-speed drills can cause hairline fractures in teeth that can eventually lead to future dental problems. The gentle action of the Waterlase laser reduces damage to healthy portions of the tooth, minimizing trauma.
  4. •Improved Cavity Fillings. Waterlase cavity preparations increase bond strength of tooth-colored restorations, for longer lasting fillings.
  5. •Fewer Dental Visits! Since you may not need shots or anesthesia, your Waterlase Dentist may be able to perform cavity preparations in several areas of your mouth, rather than having you come back for multiple visits. In addition, your Waterlase Dentist may be able to perform procedures for which you might have previously required referral to a specialist.
  6. •Less Bleeding and Swelling. Due to its gentle cutting action and coagulating capabilities the Waterlase laser performs many procedures on gums and other soft tissues with little or no bleeding and less post-operative swelling.
  7. •Versatility. The Waterlase laser was first cleared by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) to cut tooth structure in 1998, and has since received over 60 additional clearances for a wide range of procedures on teeth, gums, and bone.

What Procedures Can Be Performed with a Waterlase?

  1. •Tooth, Bone and Gum procedures
  2. •Decay Removal
  3. •Cavity Preparation
  4. •Root Canals
  5. •Smile Design
  6. •General dentistry for enamel and dentin
  7. •and more!

Is Waterlase Dentistry Safe?

Yes! In the hands of your trained dentist, the Waterlase is a safe medical devise. As a Waterlase Dentist, Dr. Paz is committed to providing you with the best possible care and dental experience.


Phone: (636) 456-2454

Fax: (866) 352-1687