Dental lasers are a modern general dentistry treatment method used on the soft tissues of the mouth. Patients with tongue or lip-tie, gum disease, or a need for gum grafting benefit from dental lasers. The Dentists of Newtown provide patients with laser dentistry treatments in Newtown, PA. Laser dentistry offers a safe and comfortable way for our patients to receive the treatments they need.
Dental lasers offer a modern and comfortable way to treat a variety of dental problems. Laser dentistry offers precise and painless treatment while eliminating the need for sutures. Dental laser treatments also have quick healing times.
Laser Dentistry Treatment
There are multiple treatments that can be performed using dental lasers, including:
- Frenectomies: Patients who have tongue-tie or lip-tie benefit from treatment with dental lasers. Dental lasers can be used to cut the band of tissue that connects the tongue tip to the mouth or the upper lip to the gums. After their frenectomy treatment, patients have a better range of movement.
- Gum Contouring: If patients have infected gum tissue or even a gummy smile, dental lasers can remove the problematic soft tissue. A gummy smile occurs when there is excess gum tissue above the top teeth or below the bottom teeth. Lasers can contour the gums to show more of the tooth enamel for an aesthetically pleasing cosmetic result. Dental lasers can also remove areas of gum infection and prevent the spread of periodontitis, or gum disease.
- Gum Grafting: Patients with receding gums who need more healthy gum tissue may consider gum grafting. During gum grafting treatment, we remove healthy tissue from one area of the mouth and place it in another. We can use dental lasers to perform grafting treatment without any pain or bleeding.
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If you are looking for a more comfortable way to treat tongue-tie, lip-tie, gum disease, a gummy smile, or gum recession, contact our dental office. Please let us know if you have additional questions about your specific options for treatment. Schedule a dental consultation with our team online today. You can also call our dental office at 267-692-2394.