Laser Dentistry

Laser Dentistry

The word laser is an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emitted Radiation (LASER). It transforms various frequencies into a thermal energy.

Advantages of laser procedure

  • Minimal or no pain
  • Dry and bloodless surgery
  • Immediate and complete sterilization of the wound
  • Reduced bacteraemia
  • Reduced mechanical trauma
  • Minimal scar
  • No vibration
  • Removes only caries lesion not healthy tissue

Laser Filling

Remove only the decayed tooth structure & leaves the surrounding healthy tooth structure alone. Laser bonds the biocompatible, tooth- like restorative material directly to the tooth. Reduce patient anxiety.

Tongue Tie

The movement of the Tongue is restricted if the fibrous tissue of the Ventral surface(bottom) of the tongue attached with the gums. It hiders the pronunciation and restrict the tongue movement. The most simple procedure is Laser surgery.

Frenectomy

Removal of a small fold of tissue (Frenulum) that attached to the gingival tissue between two teeth.

  • Advantages: Fast ablation, Bloodless operating field, Instant Hemostasis.

Operculectomy

Operculectomy –surgical removal of tissue covering the unerupted tooth

Unerupted Tooth Exposed with Laser

Thick gum tissue in few occasions prevent / delay the tooth eruption. The gum tissue should be removed to help the tooth to erupt in time.

Alveoloplasty

Surgical procedure used to bony spickule or reshape a patient’s jawbone in areas where teeth are lost.

Mucocele

Fluid-containing(cyst-like) swelling of the lip or mouth lining (mucosa) due to mucus from the small salivary glands of the mouth leaking into the soft tissue, usually from injury (trauma) or blockage of the gland.