?Omaha Laser Dentistry is like nothing you've ever experienced before. Right from the start, you’ll see there’s a difference in your care here at Omaha Laser Dentistry. That’s because we focus on providing you with a more personalized experience – greeting you by name, taking the time to talk and listen to you, incorporating what you say into the care you receive. We will treat you just like family. Our staff is small and close-knit. We consider our patients part of our family, too. We’re also very good at what we do. That’s why many of our patients bring their entire family here for dental care – including young children, teens, adults, and older adults.
At Omaha Laser Dentistry, we offer a full range of services from teeth cleaning and oral exams to cosmetic procedures and even oral surgery. As our name says, we’re also the leader in providing laser dentistry. That means using the latest technology to make even the most advanced dental care easier on the patient, with fewer treatments, no additional trips to a different specialist, greater comfort during the procedure, and faster healing times.
Dr. Bolamperti graduated from the Creighton Medical School of Dentistry, where he is also a part-time faculty member – training the next generations of dentists. He began practicing with his father before opening his own practice in 1997. He is a member of the American Dental Association, Nebraska Dental Association, Omaha Dental District Society, American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, and Academy of Laser Dentistry. Dr. Bolamperti is also a charter member of the iCON Articulation, which involves understanding the interdependence of the parts of the mouth-jaw system that create the harmony or chaos present in people.
Contact a leader in Laser Dentistry today! We are here to help you achieve the smile you want.
Omaha NE, 68124 USA402-397-3411
There are various techniques. The best one depends on the size and shape of your teeth. Omaha Laser Dentistry can explain the method that’s best for you.
Omaha Laser Dentistry recommends brushing a minimum of three times daily and flossing at least once a day.
Prevention is key! Sticking to a good at-home oral hygiene routine is vital to the longevity of natural teeth, as well as a dental restoration.
The good news is that gum disease is preventable – and if it does develop, it’s treatable.
Certain medicines and medical conditions can increase the chances as well. Depending on the severity, Dr. Bolamperti may recommend different treatments.
People who don’t see their dentist on a routine basis, who have poor dental hygiene, or who eat a poor diet.
Dr. Bolamperti is able to treat the disease with the most minimally invasive techniques.
Gum disease is the leading cause of adult tooth loss, and it has been linked to many serious health conditions.
Bleeding when you brush, swelling and tenderness – these can all be signs that you have periodontitis or gum disease.
This allows Dr. Bolamperti to see with greater detail to detect any problems that need to be addressed – before you have symptoms and before they’re visible to the naked eye.
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