Soft Tissue Removal
Dental Lasers are phenomenal instruments to remove soft tissue from the mouth. One of the top indications for using a dental laser is to remove excessive soft tissue in regard to uneven gum levels.This laser cauterizes as it cuts, therefore eliminates bleeding during the procedure, therefore heightening its appeal.
There are instances in which the Frenum (the fleshy piece of soft tissue that connects your lip or tongue to your gums is longer than necessary). In these instances, a dental laser the preferred method for Frenum removal over using a scalpel blade.
Crown Lengthening is a procedure which is designed to remove gum tissue and sometimes bone, to expose more of the tooth surface. Performed for one of two different reasons, whether esthetics, or functional crown retention, laser crown lengthening is a far superior method over the traditional scalpel blade and drill.
An Oral Fibroma is a common, benign, firm yet smooth scar tissue usually caused in the mouth from accidental biting of the inside of your lips or cheeks. Dental lasers are the preferred method for fibroma removal over the traditional scalpel blade method, due to the lack of excessive bleeding in the mouth.