Our Dental Technology

Our dental team utilizes this cutting-edge tool for various treatments with exceptional precision and accuracy.


Oso Pediatric Dentistry is proud to be the first and only dental office in Oxnard, CA, to offer the latest dental technology—the Solea Laser. Led by Dr. Elena Bedilo, our dental team utilizes this cutting-edge tool for various treatments with exceptional precision and accuracy. Whether you need a filling or more complex procedures like endodontics, we can provide them with fewer appointments and greater comfort than ever before. Let’s look at what makes the Solea Laser so unique. 

What is the Solea Laser?

The Solea Laser is a revolutionary new laser technology that has revolutionized the dental industry. It is the first dental laser to combine a carbon dioxide laser with a diode laser, offering greater precision and control than other lasers. This laser technology is used for various dental procedures, including cavity preparation, soft-tissue management, and crown preparation.


The Solea laser is highly versatile and can be used for various dental procedures. It can cut through multiple dental materials, including enamel, dentin, and ceramic. The laser can also perform soft-tissue procedures such as gingivectomy, frenectomies, and gingival sculpting. The laser can also be used for crown preparation, helping reduce the time spent in the dental chair.

Dr. Elena Bedilo. Oso Pediatric Dentistry. Pediatric, Frenectomies, White Kinder Crowns, General Anesthesia and Oral Sedation for Children, 24/7 Emergency Dental Services, First Baby Visits Starting at 3 weeks, Teledental Services. Pediatric Dentist in Oxnard, CA 93036

What are the Benefits of the Solea Laser?

The Solea Laser is an FDA-approved dental laser that uses advanced CO2 technology for various dental treatments. This laser offers better accuracy and less invasive options for procedures typically requiring drilling or other potentially uncomfortable treatments. The benefits of the Solea Laser include the following: 

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The Solea Laser works within one micron of accuracy, a thousand times smaller than the width of a human hair! This precision ensures that your procedure will be done right the first time.

The laser works so precisely that it doesn’t damage surrounding tissue during treatment, meaning you won’t experience as much discomfort as traditional drills or other tools used in dentistry.

Using the Solea Laser results in shorter appointments since there’s no need for manual drilling or anesthesia in many cases. It also reduces recovery time since it minimizes tissue trauma and reduces bleeding after treatment.

What Can the Solea Laser Treat?

We can use the Solea Laser for several different types of dental treatments, including: 

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Fillings can be completed quickly and easily with this laser without any drills or anesthesia required for most cases. In addition, because of its accuracy, there’s usually no need to reshape teeth afterward.

Cosmetic dentistry, such as crown lengthening and gum recontouring, can be completed thanks to this laser’s one-micron precision capabilities.

Endodontic procedures such as root canal therapy are typically done with less discomfort thanks to this device’s ability to reduce exposure to heat, cold, vibration, and pressure.


Digital X-Rays

Digital X-rays are a type of imaging technology used in medical diagnostics. In contrast to traditional X-rays, which require the film to capture the image, digital X-rays use digital sensors and software to produce a digital body image. The digital image is then stored in a computer for easy retrieval and manipulation. Digital X-rays offer many advantages over traditional X-rays, such as lower radiation exposure, faster image acquisition, and improved diagnostic accuracy. Digital X-rays diagnose various medical conditions, including broken bones, fractures, infections, and cancer. They are also used to assess the healing progress of patients undergoing surgery. Digital X-rays are more accurate and efficient than traditional X-rays, which makes them a valuable tool in modern medicine.