Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure

The LANAP procedure is a patented, bold, breakthrough technique for dentists to treat periodontal disease in a general or periodontal practice setting. It offers your patients a significantly less traumatic alternative to traditional periodontal surgery that can be performed in a general practice setting.
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There are an estimated 100 million people in the U.S. who have moderate to severe periodontal disease. Of these, fewer than 3% will receive traditional care in a given year. Thousands of people in our community go untreated each year. Their dread of the scalpel/suture procedure is so strong, they prefer the risk of tooth loss and dentures. The Periolase laser has also received clearance from the Food and Drug Administration.
LANAP surgical laser protocol alternative to gum surgery is a less painful, less traumatic way to treat periodontal disease at any stage. The LANAP procedure is about as easy as erasing a blackboard — there's no cutting and no suturing. There's much less discomfort with the LANAP Protocol than with standard surgery -- during and after the procedure. It takes less time than traditional surgery. All it takes is two 2-hour visits to the dentist and two follow up visits. Traditional surgery requires four sessions of about one hour each, with subsequent visits for suture removal and additional check-ups. There's less than 24 hour recovery period, so you won't lose time from work. The LANAP Procedure is safe for patients with health concerns such as diabetes, HIV, hemophilia, or those taking medications such as Plavix or aspirin.