Laser therapy is a medical treatment that uses a strong beam of light to cut, burn, or destroy tissue.


There are many ways in dentistry to accomplish beautiful cosmetic results when nature does not provide an ideal canvas to paint your portrait. We, as cosmetic dentists, have the ability to create amazing things with technology that once was performed solely with a scalpel, bur and sutures. As long as we abide by the same rules, we can lengthen teeth virtually atraumatically without sutures, with amazingly quick healing, and without discomfort. This can all be accomplished with a laser.

What is it?

Crown lengthening is a surgical procedure performed by a dentist to expose a greater amount of tooth structure for the purpose of subsequently restoring the tooth prosthetically.

There all several reasons why laser crown lengthening should be the preferred method to obtain amazing results. Ease of procedure is one. This is both for the practitioner as well as the patient. Another is the healing time. There is virtually no bleeding so it is much easier to see what you have created. There is no zone of necrosis, because of the wavelength of the laser and the use of both laser energy and water. As well, the low-level amounts of laser energy used will promote and stimulate bony and soft tissue healing.

Why laser is preferred?

What type of lasers are used?

If only gum excision is required then Diode laser is the choice. Some cases need both the gum and bone recontouring for maintaining periodontal health. Erbium is the laser of choice as it is hard and soft tissue lasers. FMS hospital possess both the lasers for the betterment of the patient.

It varies based on the type of lasers used and number of teeth that require the surgery.

We at FMS dental hospitals possess both the diode and Erbium lasers for the performing crown lengthening. If only gum contouring is required, it can be performed in any of the branches as all them are equipped with diode lasers. If bone contouring is required, patient is referred at any of the two centres equipped with Erbium lasers.

How much the laser crown lengthening cost?