There are many applications for pediatric soft tissue laser procedures in oral surgery, oral pathology, periodontology and orthodontics — including frenectomies, frenotomies, operculectomies, gingivectomies, and treatment of aphthous and herpetic lesions.
rthodontic treatment is a way of straightening or moving teeth to improve the way they look and work. By distributing the pressure of the bite to all the teeth through orthodontic treatment, it also helps to maintain the long-term health of the teeth, gums and jaw joints. The length of treatment varies depending on the severity of the problem, with some taking a few months and others two and a half years. Most people can be cured in a year or two. It is therefore of great clinical importance to
Gingival polyps, are focal fibrous hyperplastic lesions, also known as, localized gingival enlargement or “epulis”.
ROOT CANAL DISINFECTION IN PERMANENT TOOTH USING LASER DURING ROOT CANAL PROCEDURE/ENDODONTIC TREATM
The main goal of endodontic treatment is the effective cleaning of the root-canal system and preventing the reinfection. Traditional endodontic techniques use mechanical instruments and chemical irrigation to shape, clean and completely decontaminate the endodontic system.
After evolution of LASERS, conventional techniques are replaced by LASER. PIOON Laser offers different wavelengths like 450nm/810nm or 980nm. In this case before the frenotomy procedure tension test was performed to detect the abnormal frena visually by applying tension over the frenum.
Operculectomy is the procedure of surgically removing the operculum or the flap of gum that partially covers over a tooth. This procedure treats pericoronitis, a condition characterized by pain and inflammation of the operculum. Pericoronitis typically occurs among young adults, especially those whose wisdom tooth is starting to erupt.