Dr. Tammy Perison and her team are committed to providing you and your family with the best dental care possible. Because of our commitment, we provide laser dentistry in West Seneca, New York. At our office, we use our diode soft tissue laser for a variety of treatments. Contact us today to learn more and to schedule your next appointment!

Gum Disease Treatment

If you suffer from gum disease, Dr. Tammy Perison may choose to use our diode lasers to improve your periodontal health. When we use lasers to supplement our traditional scaling and root planing services, our patients experience enhanced bacterial reduction, less bleeding, and better periodontal indices. Because lasers are precise and less invasive than traditional methods, our patients can also experience improved healing time and results.

Cosmetic Crown Lengthening

If your gums cover too much of your teeth, our dentist may recommend that you consider crown lengthening to improve your smile’s appearance and health. By using our diode laser to shape the gum line, our patients experience less discomfort and more rapid recovery time. A healthy gum line is an important part of a bright and strong smile!

Canker Sores

Canker sores are small, sore ulcers that form in the inside of your mouth. Using lasers, we can help alleviate pain from the canker sore and promote healing.

Teeth Whitening

Low-intensity lasers can help speed up the whitening process for in-office bleaching treatments. Achieve the white smile you desire with laser-assisted whitening!

Benign Tumor Removal

Soft-tissue lasers are also popularly used to remove small benign tumors or other growths in the mouth. If you notice new spots or sores in your mouth, be sure to mention them to Dr. Tammy Perison during your next appointment at our office.

Frenectomy & Lingual Frenectomy

The birth defect in which the tissue connecting the tongue to the bottom of the mouth is too short is called tongue-tie. This condition can interfere with the child’s eating, speech development, and more. During a frenectomy, the tissue that attaches the tongue to the floor of the mouth is released.

We invite you to contact our office today to learn more and to schedule an appointment.