Laser Cold Sore TreatmentGlendale, CA
For many of us, cold sores are an unsightly and painful part of life. While traditional antiviral prescription medication may help shorten the length and severity of each “fever blister” outbreak, cutting-edge laser light technology now offers the best way to speed up the healing process and, over a series of treatments, reduce the possibility of future outbreaks. Drive cold sores back to dormancy in days, not weeks, with Infinite Dental Wellness’s new Epic™ cold sore laser treatments.
The Cause of Cold Sore Outbreaks
While there is no single impetus that triggers cold sores, medical professionals have identified a variety of factors that might increase the likelihood of a cold sore outbreak. If you are prone to fever blisters, our Glendale dentists at Infinite Dental Wellness recommend avoiding behavior that might weaken the immune system, including:
How Laser Cold Sore Treatment Works
Using concentrated wavelengths of precision laser light, Infinite Dental Wellness’s Epic™ Diode Laser disinfects the cold sore lesion, reduces surrounding inflammation (redness), and relieves the pain and pressure associated with a fever blister outbreak. Most importantly, the Epic™ Laser creates a “bandage,” so to speak, which keeps the cold sore from becoming infected and reduces healing time to days instead of weeks.
Painless and effective in just minutes, laser light technology may also be used to treat aphthous ulcers (also known as canker sores) as well.
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