In Dentistry, Dental Soft Tissue Surgery is frequently performed. These surgical procedures are meant to rebuild and rejuvenate the normal form and function of Periodontal Systems that support the teeth which have already been Damaged or Injured.

Standard Dental Surgery often includes the use of a Scalpel and Blade that is used by Dentists for years to cut the tissue in specific locations around the mouth and gums, resulting in significant bleeding and irritation. After the surgical procedure, postoperative problems are still a significant role in patient comfort and recovery.  

Precision is another important factor that needs to be considered by Dentistry while performing Dental Soft Tissue Surgeries. Along with the precision, the comfort of the patients is also required to be taken care of for Better Healing and a Reduced Risk of post-operative complications.

 The use of a high-beam laser reduces the quantity of Bleeding and Swelling, implying that the surgical site will heal more quickly. Faster healing also minimises the chances of developing infections. 

Post-operative Complications after soft tissue surgery:

Post-operative complications after any Soft Tissue Surgery might be generalized or particular to the type of surgery performed. It may be particular to the patient in many circumstances, based on the Patient’s Comfort, the extent of fear and any other medical history. The very common complications include:

  • Post-operative reactionary haemorrhage
  • Acute pain and swelling
  • Post-operative infection
  • Delayed wound healing
  • Syncope due to increased patient anxiety
  • Patient discomfort

How Diode Laser improves Patient Experience:

Diode Laser has been utilised in Dentistry for over 2 decades and can be used for a variety of treatments, including Soft Tissue Surgery. It not only greatly assists the Dentist in soft tissue surgery but also improves the patient comfort and minimises the risk of post-operative complications.  A few of the advantages of employing the Diode Laser in dentistry are listed below.

  • Minimal Pain and Inconvenience

Many Dental Operations that used to be painful are now painless because of the use of lasers.  Laser Dentistry is relaxing for patients with various backgrounds and pain tolerance levels. There is no need to utilize loud, vibrating drills that inflict agony. Indeed, laser dentistry is so painless that most patients do not require any type of anaesthetic. The decrease in pain allows for a Faster Recovery.

  • Reduces Dental Anxiety


If you ask anyone who was frightened of going to the dentist before, about his experience of Surgical Procedures with laser dentistry, you will be showered with lots of admirations. Laser Dentistry, according to many who have tried it, generates very little or no discomfort. As a result, people aren't as apprehensive as they would be if they were going to the dentist for a typical procedure.

  • Minimize Bleeding & Swelling


The laser closes blood arteries during Soft Tissue Treatments, causing blood to coagulate more quickly. If Lasers were not utilized, profuse bleeding would surely be a problem. The Anti-Inflammatory Properties of infrared light work at the cellular level. the laser stimulates the body's cells to Reduce Inflammation, Swelling, and Pain.

  • Reduced post-operative infection