Laser Dentistry - New Albany, MS

Effective, Minimally Invasive Treatment

The Light Approach for Soft Tissue Care

If you’re one of the many people who suffer from dental anxiety, here’s a reason to relax—we use laser technology. Our advanced tools enable us to deliver treatment with minimal pain, bleeding, and complications. The diode laser eliminates the need for scalpels, sutures, and medication during soft tissue treatments. Laser dentistry in New Albany, MS has a name—Rowan Family Dentistry. Highly trained and skilled in a range of essential dental treatments, our doctors can resolve your soft tissue problems more quickly than is possible with conventional methods. All at one convenient location!

dental patient undergoing laser treatment

Why Is Laser Dentistry Better?

  • No need for scalpels or needles
  • Gentler treatment
  • Greater precision for predictable results
  • Minimal pain, bleeding, sensitivity, and swelling
  • Faster procedures
  • Quicker recovery

Laser Dentistry Procedures

Our team completes procedures more gently using a combination of laser technology, sedation, and our own practiced hands. Laser dentistry is particularly effective in treating conditions that involve diseased or inadequate soft tissues of the mouth. These include:

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Gum Disease Treatment

We use a laser to eradicate bacteria and infection—gum disease—from beneath your gums and plaque or tartar (hardened plaque) buildup from your tooth roots. The laser instantly destroys the bacteria as it crosses the treatment area! If we catch your gum disease at an early enough stage, we can help you avoid more involved treatments such as osseous surgery.

dental patient in need of frenectomy treatment


You may not have heard of them, but you’re certainly familiar with your frenula. They’re those slim pieces of tissue that anchor your tongue to the bottom of your mouth and your upper lip to your upper gums. When these tissues are too short, they can cause you to experience difficulties with eating and speaking. We can usually give your tongue and lips full, natural freedom of movement by removing these restrictive tissues.

dental patient in need of Gingivectomy treatment


If you have untreatable infected gum tissue, the bacteria can spread to other parts of your gum tissue that are still healthy, requiring you to undergo more procedures. With a gingivectomy, we remove the untreatable section of your gums to help prevent the infection from spreading. Our laser technology enables us to treat a very precise area, leaving healthy tissue untouched!

Experience Our Light Touch

See the difference laser dentistry makes.

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