Videos of Laser Dental Treatment


Brook was very fearful of getting dentistry done, especially if she needed to have a shot for local anesthesia. By using the Laser, no shot was needed. The laser actually numbs the tooth after a minute or so of application, so the conventional high and low speed drills can complete the cavity without pain.


Dr. Simon Rosenberg restores a smile using a Biolase Waterlase iPlus.


This patient receives a dental implant using the Biolase Waterlase iPlus and the Cerec technology.

Biolase Waterlase MD Laser Technology was used to remove Betty’s decay for the placement of a white (tooth-colored) composite restoration. The laser was adjusted with different settings to treat viral sores on her lip.

All of this treatment was done without the need for any dental anesthesia.


Bob, a brand new patient of mine, was very impressed with the kindness of our office staff and our advanced technology – especially the Biolase Waterlase MD. He wishes the Biolase Waterlase MD dental laser pain-free, needle-free, no vibration technology was around 25 years ago. Bob states that “if I ever have a problem again, I would not think twice about going back to Dr. Simon Rosenberg.”

Dr. Rosenberg removed a fractured root under one of the crown abutments that was supporting a long span bridge. The bridge was preserved while the infected root that was acting like a foreign body (splinter) was removed using the laser for less bleeding during the procedure and less pain afterwards.