A dental laser is a type of laser designed specifically for use in oral surgery or dentistry.
Diode lasers in the 810–900 nm range are well absorbed by red colored tissues such as the gingiva (gums). Lasers are mainly used in soft tissue applications such as, Tissue Contouring Gingivectomy .
Periodontal sulcular debridemant, LANAP, Frenectomy, Biopsy, and Coagulation of graft donor sites.
The main advantages of Lasers is,
- Less Bleeding
- Less Pain
- No Anasthesia
- Better Healing
- Patient Comfort