Fibroma Excision with CO2 Laser from LightScalpel

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Fibroma Excision with CO2 Laser from LightScalpel

Watch as Ben A. Sutter, DMD, of Eugene, OR, removes a fibroma on the lower lip that was growing in size due to repeated biting trauma to the affected area. Dr. Sutter uses a LightScalpel CO2 laser to easily and bloodlessly remove the fibroma. On the two-week follow-up visit, Dr. Sutter notes excellent healing. To learn more about Dr. Sutter and his dental practice, For Beautiful Smiles, visit his website at www.forbeautifulsmiles.com

The excision of benign soft-tissue masses, such as a fibroma, with a LightScapel CO2 laser is a minimally invasive and typically suture-free surgical modality that ensures dependable treatment. Because of the excellent hemostasis it provides and the minimal damage it causes to the surrounding tissues, a CO2 laser is especially well suited for removing these lesions. Click here to learn more about the LightScalpel CO2 laser fibroma removal.

Published on June 14, 2017

 

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