Advanced dental laser technology can be effective in a wide array of procedures to offer less invasive methods with quicker healing times. At Oral, Facial and Implant Surgery Salina in Salina, KS, we utilize laser technology to perform gum contouring, excision biopsy, frenectomy, and second stage implant surgery uncovering procedures. Our state-of-the-art laser helps our board-certified oral and maxillofacial surgeons perform more effective treatments that are customized based on the patient’s specific requirements. Make an appointment to learn more about the dental laser surgery treatments offered at our office in Salina, KS.

The Benefits

Advanced laser dentistry can provide a smoother and more comfortable experience for you. Here are some of the benefits that laser dentistry can provide:

  • Laser dentistry is less invasive than traditional surgical methods.
  • Compared with traditional procedures, laser dentistry offers shorter recovery times.
  • You can customize laser procedures to meet your precise needs.
  • Advanced laser technology provides a range of procedure options.
  • Using lasers creates greater predictability for your outcome.
  • With laser dentistry, you can anticipate a smoother healing process.

Best Candidates for Dental Laser Surgery

There are many cases in which a laser treatment could be necessary. For a biopsy, the laser can be used to remove tissue in the needed region. Laser gum therapy may also assist if you would like to eliminate overgrown gum tissue and also increase teeth visibility to get a more appealing smile. During the second stage of the dental implant process, laser technology is typically used to uncover the previously placed implant without the need for more invasive measures. In a frenectomy procedure, the laser is used to disconnect either the labial or lingual frenum to restore the full mobility of the upper lip or tongue. When compared to classic surgery on the gums, laser therapies tend to be less invasive and don’t need sutures. While anesthesia may still be needed, you can expect to have a shorter healing time.

What To Expect

Your laser treatment can be performed in our office with either local or IV sedation depending on the procedure. Prior to your treatment, your doctor will discuss precisely what you ought to expect throughout the procedure whether you’re having a gum contouring treatment, obtaining a dental biopsy, are in the second stage of the implant process, or are needing a frenectomy. The laser reduces bleeding and frequently omits the need for sutures.


Your surgeon will provide you with recovery instructions before you’re allowed to leave our facility. Considering that your mouth may be tender or swollen, you might choose to adhere to a soft food or liquid diet for a couple of days. For any dental laser procedure, you might have to make another appointment so we can evaluate your healing and determine if a second treatment is necessary. When a biopsy has been performed, you might have to return to our office to get your results. If oral cancer is diagnosed, your doctor will discuss your treatment choices and what to do next.

Laser Therapy

To get faster and more precise treatment, our surgeons employ an innovative laser system for both cosmetic and restorative procedures. Whether you are in need of a frenectomy, an oral biopsy, gum contouring, or a dental implant procedure, laser remedies provide faster visits and healing times. To find out more about laser treatments or to make an appointment, contact Oral, Facial and Implant Surgery Salina in Salina, KS.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.