Laser Dentistry in Coimbatore

Laser Dentistry

Laser Dentistry in Coimbatore


Laser dentistry is one of the most advanced techniques in the dental field. WE Dental offers blade-free surgical treatments with advanced laser technology. Unlike using BP blades, which cause excessive bleeding, we use laser dental treatment, which has controlled bleeding and is less painful.


Advantages of Lasers

  • No pain is present
  • No bleeding
  • Faster healing
  • No post-operative pain is present
  • Applicable to all types of patients, irrespective of medical conditions
  • Very less time-consuming procedure
  • Patient friendly

Types of Lasers in Dentistry


Hard Tissue Lasers

Lasers are used for hard tissues like teeth. Used to remove the infected layers of the carious teeth. Used for root canal treatment for disinfecting the root canal for better healing.


Soft Tissue Lasers

Laser dentistry is used for treating soft tissue infections and contouring gums. Soft tissue laser dentistry treatments are as follows:

Laser Curettage

Curettage is a periodontal procedure done to treat gum infections and deep pockets. Pockets are spaces that are present between the gums and teeth. Gum pockets deepen when there is an active infection or irritation. Laser curettage is done to eliminate gum infections and deep pockets. Advanced techniques such as the Laser-Assisted New Attachment Procedure (LANAP) allow for minimally invasive surgery as an alternative to conventional gum surgery. The appropriate wavelength laser is placed into the gum pocket, disinfected, and promotes regeneration of the tissues.


Gingivectomy / Gingivoplasty

Gingivectomy is the removal of the gums or part of the gums (gingival) to contour the gums. Gum contouring is required in conditions like gum enlargement or overly extended gums. Gum enlargement is caused when irritation or infection is present in the gums.


Crown Lengthening

Crown lengthening is a procedure where part of the gums is removed from its original level to 1mm or 2mm based on the biologic width. Crown lengthening is done to create sufficient height in a root canal-treated tooth to hold the crown above the prepared teeth, resulting in short clinical crowns and an irregular crown root ratio.