Have you ever experienced the Waterlase System?

Have you ever experienced the Waterlase System?

HannahPanda HannahPanda
I was wondering if any of you fellow reviewers have ever had a cavity or dental work done with the Waterlase system? If you're not familiar with this system, it's a new way of using high pressurized water mixed with a laser to blast away decay and debris from teeth/gums painlessly with no needles or anesthetic!

I'm a little nervous of how pricey it might be since I lack insurance, but it's a relatively new procedure so I was curious as to who may have also tried it before
Answers (public voting - your screen name will appear in the results):
Yes, I've tried it.
deltalima
1  (6%)
No, I have not tried it.
GONE!
1  (6%)
I've never heard of it.
panthercat23 , hhh , Incendiaire , travelnurse , Petite Valentine , Thumper Logic , married with children , nimr , LAndJ , MrWishyWashy , Gunsmoke , kitty1949 , GirlOnGirl , minstrel69
14  (88%)
I've tried something like it.
Other
Total votes: 16
Poll is closed
11/07/2012
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panthercat23 panthercat23
Never heard of it.
11/07/2012
travelnurse travelnurse
I have never even heard of it either. I will have to check it out.
11/07/2012
Petite Valentine Petite Valentine
I've never heard of it, but if there are no needles and it doesn't require anesthetic it's worth some research!
11/07/2012
Thumper Logic Thumper Logic
Never heard of it, but it sounds interesting!
11/07/2012
deltalima deltalima
Quote:
Originally posted by HannahPanda
I was wondering if any of you fellow reviewers have ever had a cavity or dental work done with the Waterlase system? If you're not familiar with this system, it's a new way of using high pressurized water mixed with a laser to blast away ...
It's really pricey and most insurance plans won't cover it. It's good at getting rid of buildup but painful for cavities.
11/07/2012
LAndJ LAndJ
Never heard of it, worth the research though.
11/07/2012
MrWishyWashy MrWishyWashy
New to me, sorry.
11/07/2012
kitty1949 kitty1949
Never heard of it.
11/08/2012
HannahPanda HannahPanda
Quote:
Originally posted by deltalima
It's really pricey and most insurance plans won't cover it. It's good at getting rid of buildup but painful for cavities.
You've actually had it before? o.o
11/08/2012
GirlOnGirl GirlOnGirl
Never heard of it but it's about time they came up with something better than the old fashioned drill.
11/08/2012
Total posts: 11
Unique posters: 10