We recently invested in an advanced technology called the Biolase Epic X.

Epic name for epic treatment. Guess that’s what they were going for.

If you, like millions of Americans, suffer from outbreaks and are in search of cold sore remedies, we are thrilled to inform you that we now have a cold sore treatment available for you.

As soon as you feel that horrible tingling sensation, letting you know you’re about to have an outbreak, schedule an appointment with us immediately. If we can treat you soon enough, we can actually STOP the outbreak from happening. Seriously!


We’re changing lives with this treatment and we want to change yours too.

The appointment only takes 15 minutes. It’s painless, with no need for anesthesia. The laser actually prevents the virus from developing symptoms by stopping the outbreak from progressing to the lesion stage. So the tingling sensation never erupts into blisters and heals in a couple of days, not a couple of weeks or more.

For the majority of patients, laser treatment will also prevent future outbreaks. If we can treat you as soon as you feel the onset of an outbreak, we can prevent blisters from forming at all.

Stop the onset of an outbreak from erupting into blisters. 15-minute appointment. Just $82 per treatment.

Call (405)-751-4556 or use the form on this page to request an appointment. We do our best to see Laser Treatment patients the same day or as early as possible the following day.


A local t-shirt print shop owner and friend was so impressed with our laser therapy that he took it on himself to make a fan t-shirt, expressing his gratitude.

“I couldn’t believe it,” he says. “For years, I’ve had to just sort of, accept it as a way of life. That every so often, I’d just have to endure the pain and, you know, just try to get through it.”

He started to sense an outbreak and called Dr. Schmidt.


“After what seemed like only a few minutes, I was kind of like, that’s it? But then it was just obvious immediately that it was starting to go the other way. The usual blisters didn’t develop and I haven’t had a breakout in that spot since. It’s a really amazing technology and I recommend any and everyone to take advantage of this Dental treatment in OKC.”

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Cold Sore Laser Therapy FAQs

Yes, laser treatments can be effective in reducing the size and duration of cold sores. Laser therapy works by targeting the virus that causes cold sores, reducing inflammation, and stimulating healthy skin cell production. The laser light also helps to reduce itchiness and pain associated with cold sores.

If you suffer from frequent cold sores, cold laser therapy may be worth considering. Laser treatments can reduce the size and duration of outbreaks, provide relief from symptoms, and may even be able to prevent future outbreaks. It is important to discuss the risks and benefits of laser treatment for cold sores with a professional, and we can help at Reflections Dental Care.

Individuals with certain skin conditions should not use cold laser therapy for cold sores. These include light-sensitive disorders, scarring, skin diseases, or any active infection. It is important to discuss any medical conditions or concerns with your doctor before beginning treatment.

Most people should only do cold sore laser therapy once a day. Depending on the severity of the outbreak, your doctor may recommend more frequent treatments. It is important to follow your doctor's instructions carefully to get the best results from your treatment. With Reflections Dental Care, you can stop an outbreak before it starts with just a 15-minute appointment.

No, cold sore laser therapy and red light therapy are not the same. Cold sore laser therapy targets the virus that causes cold sores by using a low-level laser that is applied directly to the skin. Red light therapy, on the other hand, uses infrared light and does not require direct contact with the skin.

With tools like the Biolase Epic X, specialists can target the virus that causes cold sores and reduce inflammation. The laser light also helps boost healthy skin cell production and reduce itching and pain associated with cold sores. When skin cell production is stimulated, the healing process is sped up and recovery from cold sores is quicker.

The most common side effect of cold sore laser therapy is temporary redness or swelling in the area where the laser was applied. Other potential side effects include itching, irritation, and blistering. For the most part, these side effects are mild and should go away quickly.

Yes, some lasers used for cold sore laser therapy are FDA-approved. However, we recommend contacting the provider and asking more about the technology they use to learn more. For example, the Biolase Epic X is approved for soft tissue procedures and various other treatments. If you want to learn more about this, contact Reflections Dental Care to speak to one of our friendly team members.

Laser therapy is a type of treatment that uses high-intensity light to target cells and stimulate healing. Cold sore laser therapy specifically targets the virus that causes cold sores. It uses a low-level laser to reduce inflammation and stimulate skin cell production, which can help both reduce symptoms and prevent outbreaks before they take hold. In other words, it gives people who suffer from frequent outbreaks a new confidence they never thought possible.

Cold sore laser therapy works by delivering low-level laser light to the affected area. This helps reduce inflammation, boost healthy skin cell production, and reduce itching and pain. As a result, it can both stop outbreaks before they take hold and speed up the healing process of existing cold sores. Why not contact experts to get started or just to learn more today?

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