Laser treatments

Today's indications for the use of lasers in dentistry are very large, but the most prominent are:

  • In periodontology in deep pockets;
  • Various forms of gingivitis (inflammation of the gums);
  • In conservative dentistry for canal disinfection;
  • In prosthetics in lengthening of tooth crowns, in vestibular movement of immobile mucosa;
  • In orthodontics for the intersection of a low-lying lip attachment which is a common cause of diastema (spacing between teeth);
  • In oral surgery, stopping bleeding, treating alveolitis, etc.