General soft tissue treatment with AdvErL Evo


Indikations

Gingival flap resection

Mucous cyst treatment

Extraction socket curettage

Shaping gingiva around implant

Stomatitis (canker sore) treatment

Crown lengthening

Melanin pigment removal

Metallic pigmentation of gingiva removal

Benefits for clinical use

  • Easy to resection gums even in rear molar regions
  • No anesthesia required for many cases
  • Less bleeding after resection
  • Lips and buccal mucosa are extremely soft and spongy and are easier to cut with a laser, which doesn’t need pressure, than a scalpel.
  • Since the entire cyst can be removed as a single piece, there is less chance of reoccurrence.
  • Since there is less heat damage than with other lasers, healing progresses faster.
  • The tip can get into every corner of the socket and very little granulation tissue will remain.
  • There is very little heating so the bone will not be damaged.
  • Since curettage and disinfection is performed simultaneously, the treatment is done more quickly.
  • Laser can be safely used on the implant
  • Heat will not penetrate and damage the bone
  • Gums can be shaped three dimensionally
  • Treatment is completed very quickly
  • Easily performed
  • Less pain during and after the treatment
  • Treatment is completed very quickly
  • Easily performed
  • Less pain during and after the treatment
  • Almost no bleeding
  • No post-treatment pain.  Brushing does less harm
  • Easy to control depth of treatment
  • Minimal or no post-operative pain
  • Fast recovery due to minimal or no tissue damage
  • Easy to check the progress of metal removal during treatment
Key points of usage
  • You cannot cut deeply in a single stroke so hold the tip at an angle and make the cut with several strokes.
  • Do not press on the tip too hard since the tooth is under the gum.
  • If the pocket goes below the edge of the bone, use anesthetic to perform curettage.
  • Use tweezers to apply some tension on the tissue to make it easier to cut.
  • Anesthetize the area around the cyst and determine its exact size.
  • Hold the cyst firmly with tweezers and pull on it as you cut it out.
  • Move the tweezers from side to side to make it easier to see the interface tissue.
  • Cut slowly; do not hurry until you can see the whole cyst.
  • Bleeding can usually be stopped by simply applying pressure.
  • Move the tip a little at a time
  • If necessary, use a curette too.
  • Check the locations of the maxillary sinus and mandibular canal with an X-ray first. Do not use the laser if these are too close to the socket.
  • Check for bleeding and apply pressure to stop it.
  • Vaporize the surface gradually to shape the gum three dimensionally
  • Use the C600F or C800F tip and gradually vaporize the tissue by repeated application
  • Use a stent to fix the shape of the gums
  • Use the S600T tip to cut the gums
  • The use a C600F tip to finish the detailed shaping
  • Start at a distance and slowly move closer
  • The surface is quite wet so lightly blow it with air to dry it
  • Control the laser depending on size and depth
  • Irradiate lightly until the area turns white
  • There could be some post-treatment pain if irradiation lasts a long time
  • Start at a distance and slowly move closer
  • The surface is quite wet so lightly blow it with air to dry it
  • Control the laser depending on size and depth
  • Irradiate lightly until the area turns white
  • There could be some post-treatment pain if irradiation lasts a long time
  • Best to use a topical anesthetic
  • Control the output power depending on the thickness of the bums and the discomfort the patient feels
  • Change the tip angle if the patient experiences pain
  • After irradiation, check the area and re-irradiate any black spots left
  • There is usually no post-treatment pain
  • Best to use a topical anesthetic
  • Control the output power depending on the thickness of the bums and the discomfort the patient feels
  • Change the tip angle if the patient experiences pain
  • After irradiation, check the area and re-irradiate any black spots left
  • There is usually no post-treatment pain
             

 

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