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Soft Tissue Laser

Proven Technology, Comfortable Care
Lasers have long been the standard of care in medicine for many surgical and cosmetic procedures such as LASIK, wrinkle removal, hair removal and many others. The Soft tissue laser is approved by the FDA and has been cleared for numerous additional dental procedures.

  The benefits of laser treatment include:

·         Faster healing

·         Less bleeding

·         Reduced swelling

·         Frenectomy ("tongue-tie" release, orthodontic or periodontal indications)

           without  sutures

·         Laser assisted periodontal therapy

·         Smile improvements, i.e. gum sculpting that lengthens teeth due to oversized

           gingiva ("gummy smile" improvement)

·         Excisional and incisional biopsies

·         Gingivectomy, gingivoplasty, crown lengthening, and other gum corrections

·         Removal of oral lesions such as fibromas or pappillomas, usually with

           topical anesthesia

·         Herpes simplex Cold sore treatments

·         Treatment of minor mouth and gum irritations

·         Aphthous Ulcer ("canker sore" ) treatments

·         Tissue Recontouring

 

Tissue recontouring 

Soft tissue lasers penetrate soft tissue while sealing blood vessels and nerve endings. This is the primary reason why many people experience virtually no postoperative pain following the use of a laser. Also, soft tissue lasers allow tissues to heal faster. It is for this reason that a growing number of cosmetic dental practices are incorporating the use of soft tissue lasers for gingival sculpting procedures.

Herpes simplex

Oral herpes (HSV1) is a common feature in the dental operatory. Instead of being a contraindication for dental treatment during the acute period, an onset of HSV1 can be a good reason for a visit to the dentist. As with any treatment of HSV1 a treatment in the early prodromal stage is most successful. The pain will be reduced immediately and the blisters will disappear within a few days. Repeated treatment, whenever a blister appears will lower the incidence of recurrence. Unlike Acyclovir tablets, there are no side effects. It has been shown that laser therapy can even be used in the latent period between the attacks to lower the incidence of  recurrence

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