Laser. The laser vaporizes the decay.
Depends on severity. The bigger the cavity, the closer the infected tooth tissue is to the nerve of the tooth, the greater the risk for discomfort. Your dentist is skilled in anesthesia and in selecting the best decay removal mechanism. Talk it over with your dentist.
Varies. Each office has it's own fee schedule, so you'll have to ask the office where you will be treated. It also depends on the size of the restoration and the material used to restore the tooth. There is no one universal answer to give you.
Depends on severity. Depends of the amour of work required to resolve your problem, the fee schedule your dentists feels is appropriate, and the general cost of doing similar service in your area. Ask your dentist. Remember, dentistry is a service, not a commodity. Fees are based on the amount of service that needs to be done for you.
Relative. Most dental cavity restorations are classified by the extent of the decay and not by what instruments are used to restore them. There are some dentist who believe that laser cavity removal is superior to traditional methods. The majority of decay removal in dentistry today is still performed with a hand piece, drill and instruments. Since the lasers are expensive, some dentist may charge more.
Depends. On the size of the cavity and your tolerance for minor discomfort. Worst case - you ask the dentist to stop and give you a shot of local anesthetic.
Pain less. The use of dental lasers has provided many options and better dental services for the dental patient. Lasers cause less pain than regular high speed drills, less anxiety, faster procedure and more conservative treatment. Good choice and good luck.
What to do if I am looking for a cheap laser cavity removal treatment. Does anybody know of one close to northwich?
Internet seach. Search the internet with your favorite search engine to find what you are looking for.