ALL CASES WERE DONE WITH A DENTAL LASER

COSMETIC PERIODONTAL SURGERY
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COSMETIC PERIODONTAL SURGERY
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COSMETIC PERIODONTAL SURGERY
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COSMETIC PERIODONTAL SURGERY
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COSMETIC PERIODONTAL SURGERY

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Veneers done by a local dentist

COSMETIC PERIODONTAL SURGERY

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Frenectomy and vestibular extension and transeptal fiberotomy

COSMETIC PERIODONTAL SURGERY

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Gum removal with the laser to eliminate "gummy smile"

EXPOSURE OF IMPACTED CUSPID

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This case was done with no injected anesthesia. Note attached gingiva follows tooth.

FRENECTOMY AND VESTIBULAR EXTENSION

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Note the scar created to prevent downward migration of fibers.

LASER EXPOSURE OF FURCATION

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Treatment of a Class II furcation.

LASER EXPOSURE OF FURCATION

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Treatment of a Class II furcation.

LASER EXPOSURE OF FURCATION

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Treatment of a Class II furcation.

LASER EXPOSURE OF FURCATION

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Treatment of a Class III furcation.

LASER EXPOSURE OF FURCATION

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Treatment of a Class III furcation.

SOFT TISSUE CROWN LENGTHENING
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SOFT AND HARD TISSUE CROWN LENGTHENING

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No flap was raised to remove bone. Note that attached gingiva was recreated.

CLINICAL PROCEDURE:
FRENECTOMY, VESTIBULAR EXTENSION, AND CREATION OF NEW ATTACHED GINGIVA

DESIGN OF THE LASER INCISIONS

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The black line represents an incision to the bone-through the periosteum.

FRENECTOMY, VESTIBULAR EXTENSION AND CREATION OF ATTACHED GINGIVA
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ADVANCED CASES

IMPLANT SALVATION

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IMPLANT SALVATION

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Note that tooth number 20 has a crack and was "fused".

IMPLANT SALVATION
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ENDODONTIC CASES

Recurrent Endo Abscess

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Treated with laser apical curettage

Laser Endodontic Treatment

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Laser apical curettage

FRENECTOMY AND CREATION OF ATTACHED GINGIVA

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Presurgery

FRENECTOMY AND CREATION OF ATTACHED GINGIVA

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4 months post surgery. Note that the recession has diminished as well.

TUBEROSITY REDUCTION-WITH THE WATERLASE

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Pocket on number 19 was also treated at the same time.

TUBEROSITY REDUCTION-WITH THE WATERLASE
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