The laser has antibacterial (it kills bacteria), anti-inflammatory (prevents inflammation) and bio-stimulating effects (stimulates tissue regeneration).

At the Dental Oral Center, we have a soft tissue laser of the latest generation. Thanks to its numerous benefits, the laser has a wide application in dentistry. In addition to acting as a scalpel, the laser possesses antibacterial (it kills bacteria), anti-inflammatory (prevents inflammation) and bio-stimulating effects.

The soft tissue laser is used in the following therapies:


Thanks to its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects, the laser destroys bacteria in the periodontal pockets and beneath the gum line.

The laser is applied in treating periodontal disease. The laser can be applied following the treatment of periodontal pockets (treatment of hard and soft tissue). The laser disinfects the periodontal pocket, i.e. destroys bacteria and, in that way, eliminates their harmful effects. It also treats inflammation. In some cases, the use of a laser even leads to the regeneration of the lost bone tissue, which resulted from periodontal disease.


Peri-implantitis can be defined as an inflammation around an implant, leading to the destruction of bone and causing the implant to fall out.

Peri-implantitis is to the implant what periodontitis is to the tooth. Toxins from bacteria lead to bone and soft tissue destruction around the implant, which results in inflammation and, if left untreated, loss of the implant.

Thanks to its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory characteristics, the laser destroys bacteria and prevents inflammation. It has a positive effect on the treatment of peri-implantitis.


Frenula are fibrous growths that connect the middle of the upper lip with the middle of the upper jaw between the two front teeth, or the middle of the tongue with the floor of the mouth.

In children, a frenulum in the upper jaw can lead to gap teeth, which is why it is removed in dentistry. In adult patients, it is usually an impediment to adequate prosthetic work. A frenulum of the tongue (commonly referred to as tongue-tie) often leads to speech development problems because of the reduced mobility of the tongue.
A frenulum is removed quickly and easily by laser, pain and blood free, in just a few minutes.

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