Laser Assisted Periodonal Treatment and More
How Dental Lasers Work
Dental lasers help us treat conditions in the mouth using light energy. The laser is very selective, penetrating to a specific depth in the particular kind of tissue we want to treat.
The tissue absorbs the laser light, which agitates the molecules of the tissue, causing the tissue cells to gently break apart. This very precisely treats only the desired area, while leaving healthy gums, and tissues untouched.
We may use lasers on soft tissues to reshape healthy gum tissues or remove diseased gums, decontaminate gum pockets that are infected with periodontal disease, and treat some sores in the mouth.
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Intraoral Soft Tissue
The benefits of lasers
There are many benefits of using lasers:
- They are very precise, so there is minimal impact on oral tissues.
- They can minimize bleeding and swelling, and speed the healing of gum tissues.
- They reduce the risk of infection by decontaminating the affected areas.
- Dental lasers are a versatile tool for more comfortable and effective dental treatment.