Document Type : Research Article
Background and objectives:A benign hamartomatous hyperplasia of lymphatic vessels is a lymphangioma. They are primarily congenital and are believed to be a deformity of developing vasculature that has poor communication with the healthy lymph system. The head and neck region accounts for three-quarters of all instances. There have been reported cases of lymphangiomas being treated in varying methods, but the standard method is complete surgical excision. This report is to evaluate the mucosa after complete excision of the buccal lymphangioma with a diode laser.