1-2-3 Smile Family Dentistry is your dentist office in Miami for the comprehensive care of your complete smile including your soft tissues. Our dental care team is here to provide you with the latest and greatest advanced dental procedures to meet your needs. We have incorporated dental lasers into our practice to aid in our caring for your soft tissues. Whether you have suffered from gum disease progression and need diseased tissue removed from your smile or you are concerned about the cosmetic appeal of your gummy smile, we can help you manage your soft tissue health by incorperating laser dentistry into your treatment plan. Learn more about laser dentistry below.
Laser Dentistry in Miami, FL
Dr. Renier Suarez and Dr. Teresa Suarez are experienced general dentists in Miami, FL. They are here to help you maintain and improve the overall health of dental structures, including your soft tissues. Your gums, cheeks, and tongue are all incredibly delicate and need extra care when working on or around them. To make procedures involving your soft tissues more comfortable, our doctors have invested in laser dentistry technology.
Laser dentistry involves the use of dental laser when working on or around your soft tissues. Primarily used in gum procedures, dental lasers seal off exposed blood vessels and nerve endings so that recovery time is faster. Additionally, many patients do not require the use of anesthetics when laser dentistry is involved. It is a pain-free approach to working with your soft tissues. Not only do dental lasers make your soft tissue care easier and comfortable but is also a more efficient approach to caring for your gums, cheeks, and tongue.
Gummy Smile? We can help!
Some patients may struggle with a gummy smile or excessive gum tissue that makes their teeth appear smaller and shorter than they actually are. With laser dentistry, our doctors can offer gum contouring as a solution to treat gummy smiles. Using dental lasers, we can painlessly remove excess soft tissue to improve the cosmetic appearance of your smile. If you struggle with a gummy smile, talk to our dentists about gum contouring during your next appointment.