Soft tissue laser procedures available for children
At Mona Dental for Kids, our skilled dentist provides solutions for children who need soft tissue services. Soft tissue lasers are devices used in various procedures but are most commonly used for the gums. Dr. Mona Houshiar and her team at Mona Dental for Kids in Spring, Texas, believe in providing these treatments along with other services in her state-of-the-art pediatric dentistry facility.
What is a soft tissue laser?
A soft tissue laser is a specialized device that uses laser light to address tissues in the mouth. There is a wide range of procedures and conditions that might benefit from soft tissue laser treatments. Below are just a few situations in which Dr. Mona Houshiar and her team may recommend lasers for soft tissue conditions and injuries:
- Cold sores
- Canker sores
- Lesion removal
- Gumline contouring
- Removal of damaged gum tissue
- Revealing an impacted tooth
- Crown lengthening
- Periodontal treatments
What are the benefits of soft tissue laser treatments?
- Better control of the laser light for accurate, effective treatment
- Faster treatment and recovery time
- Reduced bleeding
- Reduced risk of infection
- Targeted area to avoid damaging surrounding tissues
- Less or no anesthesia for treatments
- A quiet device that is more comforting than noisy drills and other dental instruments
Who offers advanced laser dentistry?
Spring, Texas, area parents who want the best for their children will want to work with a pediatric dental practice that proudly offers a wide selection of services, including modern treatment techniques such as soft tissue solutions. Our practice is equipped with tools designed for children to help with a variety of general, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry needs. The team is constantly educating themselves on improving oral health and wellness while addressing aesthetic concerns as well.
Call Dr. Mona Houshiar and her team today
If you consider soft tissue laser procedures for your child, it is time to speak to a professional to determine the best course of action. Call (832) 662-3008 to request an appointment at 20920 Kuykendahl Road, Suite E. The office is open to new and current patients and offers solutions for children in need of pediatric dental care.