The frenulum is the small tissue that secures the upper lip to the gums and the tongue to the floor of the mouth. A tight frenulum causes what is known as lip-tie and tongue-tie. A laser frenectomy removes a portion of the tissue to expand the movement of the lip and tongue for improved eating and speech.
Gum disease or excessive gum tissue can lead to functional difficulties and health concerns. A laser gingivectomy removes the diseased or problematic tissue from around the teeth. This gains access to the area of concern or more efficiently treats gum disease.
Most stages of gum disease traditionally require scalpel-based treatment. Laser periodontal surgery gently removes diseased gum tissue and harmful bacteria and promotes hard and soft tissue regeneration—without any cutting or incisions.
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