Soft Tissue Treatment - Tolland, CT

The Freedom to Smile

Soft Tissue Treatment Removes Obstacles

The soft tissues of your mouth, which include your gums, lips, and tongue, perform several vital functions. They enable you to form words and eat comfortably. They help protect your teeth. Having too much or too little tissue can actually interfere with normal activities and significantly diminish your quality of life. Should you suffer from any problems related to your soft tissues, such as needing gingivectomies in Tolland, CT,  Dr. Neil Hoss and our team have the expertise and technology to fix them and give you the freedom to enjoy life fully. One of our key tools for achieving this, the BIOLASE Waterlase system allows us to use minimally invasive laser technology. Dr. Hoss is dedicated to providing you and your family with the gentlest care possible, both through technology and his own soft-touch approach.

Select Soft Tissue Treatments

  • Gingivectomies
  • Frenectomies
  • Soft tissue recontouring
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Frenectomies Allows for Greater Movement

Like most people, you may not know what they’re called, but your frenula are thin pieces of tissue in your mouth that you use every day. These are the tissues that connect your tongue to the floor of your mouth and your upper lip to your gums. When they’re too short they can make it difficult to speak, eat, and even smile properly. Frenectomies are a procedure during which we eliminate these restrictive tissues to restore full functionality to your mouth.
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Frenectomies Allows for Greater Movement

Like most people, you may not know what they’re called, but your frenula are thin pieces of tissue in your mouth that you use every day. These are the tissues that connect your tongue to the floor of your mouth and your upper lip to your gums. When they’re too short they can make it difficult to speak, eat, and even smile properly. Frenectomies are a procedure during which we eliminate these restrictive tissues to restore full functionality to your mouth.

Gingivectomies Rid Your Gums of Disease

When disease of your gums, or gingiva, goes untreated it can progress into periodontitis, a serious condition that can claim large sections of your gums and even your teeth. With gingivectomies, laser technology allows us to precisely remove the diseased portions of your gums, helping you avoid complications and more complex treatments later on.
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Gingivectomies Rid Your Gums of Disease

When disease of your gums, or gingiva, goes untreated it can progress into periodontitis, a serious condition that can claim large sections of your gums and even your teeth. With gingivectomies, laser technology allows us to precisely remove the diseased portions of your gums, helping you avoid complications and more complex treatments later on.

Soft Tissue Recontouring Rebalances Your Smile

Even if your gums are otherwise healthy, you may feel that they’re oversized and too noticeable when you smile. If this is the case, we can remove small portions of them to give you a better tooth-to-gum ratio and rid you of your “gummy smile” for good. Soft tissue recontouring includes making your gums a consistent height and shape around the tooth for better overall esthetic results.
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Soft Tissue Recontouring Rebalances Your Smile

Even if your gums are otherwise healthy, you may feel that they’re oversized and too noticeable when you smile. If this is the case, we can remove small portions of them to give you a better tooth-to-gum ratio and rid you of your “gummy smile” for good. Soft tissue recontouring includes making your gums a consistent height and shape around the tooth for better overall esthetic results.
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