Precision Periodontics & Dental Implants can perform advanced gum disease treatments with quality care when they utilize the LANAP® laser. The use of a dental laser at can not only reduce healing time, bleeding, and a patient’s risk for infection but it can also make a procedure more comfortable. Please contact our periodontists today if you want to learn more about the many benefits of our LANAP laser in Winter Garden, Florida.
Precision Periodontics & Dental Implants is a leading periodontal office. We are dedicated to providing comfortable, state-of-the-art treatments, including LANAP laser gum treatment, to help you regain a healthy smile. LANAP treatments are minimally invasive, requiring no scalpels or sutures, and very little pain. LANAP helps us deliver great results to patients with moderate and advanced gum disease.
When you receive your LANAP treatment, our periodontists will begin by measuring the depth of your periodontal pockets to determine how severely you have been affected by gum disease. We will then use a pulsed laser light to remove diseased tissue from your pockets and kill bacteria. Calculus will be removed from your teeth by using small, ultrasonic scaling instruments. The laser will be passed over the area a second time to stimulate the soft tissue, root, and bone, causing the blood to clot and form a seal around your tooth. Your gum tissue will be recompressed against the surfaces of the teeth. Our periodontists will adjust your bite to ensure that there is no trauma to your teeth. This is particularly important if you have experienced bone loss.
For more information about LANAP and to discover if you are a candidate for laser dentistry, we welcome you to contact our office and schedule a consultation with our periodontists.
A. Perio probe indicates excessive pocket depth.
B. Laser vaporizes bacteria, diseased tissue, pathologic proteins, and contaminants in soft tissue.
C. Ultrasonic scaler tips are used to remove surface accretions.
D. Bone is modified.
E. Laser is used to form a stable fibrin blood clot containing stem cells from bone.
F. Adhesion to cleaned tooth surface with a stable fibrin clot at the gingival crest to create a “closed system.”
G. Occlusal trauma is adjusted.
H. New attachment is regenerated.