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Laser Oral Surgery

Laser Oral Surgery

waterlase laser oral surgery

Waterlase Laser Oral Surgery

A laser is a focused amplified light. Oral surgeons typically use lasers in surgery to cut soft tissue and bone with greater accuracy and precision. Where drills cause friction and vibration a laser doesn’t touch the surface, which lowers the need for local anesthesia, lowers the risk of infection, and reduces post-operative swelling. Laser oral surgery has many applications that include:

laser oral surgeryAccording to Dr. Calat’s personal experience and published research, patients are more comfortable, have less post-operative complications, bleeding, pain or infection when laser oral surgery is performed. Often treatment can be done without local anesthesia.

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Call UsIf you would like to consult with Dr. Calat about a laser oral surgery procedure please call 212-696-2677 or email us.