If you’re grappling with gum disease, you’re not alone. Periodontal disease is a leading cause of tooth loss in adults, and it’s easy to let the apprehension of invasive treatment hold you back from seeking help. Introducing LANAP® (Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure) laser gum disease treatment, a game-changing solution that offers effective gum disease treatment with minimal discomfort. LANAP® is designed to regenerate soft tissue, combat bacteria, and promote healing without surgically removing diseased gum tissue. This cutting-edge approach revolutionizes gum disease care, providing a gentler and more efficient way to restore your gum health and safeguard your smile.
Experience the state-of-the-art PerioLase® MVP-7™ laser, featuring an ultra-fine fiber width comparable to three human hairs. This revolutionary technology unlocks precise laser gum surgery in Yardley, PA, effectively targeting bacteria and fostering stem cell-driven regeneration of healthy gum and bone tissue—while preserving unaffected areas.
Clinical studies highlight reduced tooth loss and gum disease recurrence post-laser surgery, setting it apart from traditional osseous procedures. The same successful gum disease approach has evolved into LAPIP, a laser-based solution for treating peri-implantitis—a severe post-surgical inflammatory condition that risks dental implant integrity.
Utilizing LANAP, Dr. Aimee Dehbozorgi adeptly guides the delicate laser fiber between your gums and teeth to eradicate infection without incisions or sutures. Tartar and plaque are meticulously removed from your tooth roots. Subsequently, the laser adjusts to form a fibrin clot between your teeth and gums, effectively sealing the pocket and initiating gum tissue reattachment.
Opting for LANAP gum surgery at Bucks County Smiles allows an expedited return to your home oral hygiene routine compared to conventional gum surgery, as healing occurs more rapidly and with reduced discomfort.
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