Welcome to the group.
My name is Henry I am 26 years old with a facial PWS which goes to my eyes, internally to my right ear, upper gums and pallet.
Growing up with my PWS on my gums was hard. It was easy to bleed if I brushed hard and it always looked swellen.
I have had a dermatologist use a laser on my gums before, but I never could tell any difference. I can not remember what type of laser it was but maybe a CO2 laser. I think it was almost 10 to 15 years ago that they tried it a couple times.
For dental surgery. I had my wisdom teeth removed and shocked the doctors because I did not hardly bleed. I have a deformed right side internal curoted artery that can cause major bleeding.
Then I had braces and then porcelan glass teeth with a bridge to fill gaps.
If you would like to see pictures you can see them on my website www.hankspws.com
I have pictures from my youth and then after my dental surgeries.
I do have one question for you. Have you had your son seen by an eye doctor? If not you might want to. Glaucoma can come from PWS near eyes. It is from the high pressure where I have really low pressure and that has caused detached retinas.
Glaucoma is part of a condition called Sturge Weber Syndrome in which I have since I have internal PWS on the brain. But I grew out of the seizures early in life. That is the main condition that most people have with SWS.
I hope this all helps and if you have any questions email me or message back here.