Laser Dentistry

Get rid of cold sores, canker sores, and ulcers while also keeping your gums healthy! Laser dentistry keeps your mouth and rest of your body healthy!

Canker Sores/Cold Sores/Ulcers

Treat canker sores, cold sores, and ulcers fast and painlessly!

Canker sores, cold sores, ulcers, and other lesions are usually tender due to the bacteria that is causing the sore. By eliminating the bacteria and sterilizing the area with a soft tissue laser, discomfort will be reduced and the healing process is expedited. After having laser treatment, many patients find they tend to produce fewer lesions. The treatment is completely painless, requires no freezing, and only takes one visit!

Key Benefits:

  • Decreased healing time
  • Reduced discomfort
  • Fewer future lesions
  • No freezing required
  • One easy appointment

Frequently Asked Questions

Why does my lesion hurt?

Usually, your lesion is sore and tender because of the bacteria causing it.

How is the pain relieved with the use of a laser?

By removing the bacteria and sterilizing the area, the absence of bacteria relieves the associated pain.

Will my insurance cover the cost of the treatment?

The majority of insurance companies cover most of our services. For a more detailed estimate of your coverage, please contact your service provider. Feel free to call us anytime at (604)-597-6711 for more information regarding insurance coverage.

Contact Us

North Delta dentist

We warmly welcome new patients to our office and do our best to schedule emergency appointments within 24 hours of your call. Give us a call or send us an email if you have any questions or to book an appointment!


  • Excellent service, great folks that remove much of the unpleasantness from the experience.

    Nic B
  • The dental hygienist was very knowledgeable, respectful and courteous.

  • All front desk staff are always welcoming and greet me by name. The hygienist, Karen, was thorough, gave good hygiene advice, and discovered I had unused 'units' therefore I could come in more frequently which would benefit gum health. Thanks for the great care!

    Patti M