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SCALPEL-LESS EXCISION: BOON IN PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY

Dr. Abhishek Jain*, Dr. Divya Tomar, Dr. Manisha Tyagi, Dr. Shobhit Mishra, Dr. Pankaj Verma, Dr. Jyoti Rani

ABSTRACT

This article highlights the use of lasers in the treatment of the exposure of unerupted tooth and mucocele. Unerupted tooth after average age for eruption of tooth can be due soft tissue or hard tissue impaction. In this case report the exposure of unerupted tooth by laser was done for painless removal of overlying gingiva. Exposure of soft tissue can be done by scalpel, electrosurgery and laser. However, the use of lasers provides many advantages compared to other methods. The advantages of laser over scalpel surgical procedures include greater precision, a relatively bloodless surgical and postsurgical course, sterilization of the surgical area, minimal swelling and scarring, coagulation, vaporization and cutting with minimal or no suturing, and less or no postsurgical pain. Second case is mucocele, which is usually a painless, thin sac seeen on the inner surface of the lips. It contains clear fluid. It is painless but can be bothersome. The cyst is thought to be caused due to sucking of the lip membranes between the teeth. A mucous cyst is common and harmless. However, if left untreated, it can organize and form a permanent bump on the inner surface of the lip. A mucous cyst is called ranula when it occurs on the floor of the mouth and epulis when it occurs on the gums. The sac may also be formed around the jewellery (piercings) that has been inserted into the lips or the tongue.[2]

Keywords: Laser, Lip, Mucocele.


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