LANAP Laser Gum Treatment

LANAP stands for Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure and is FDA approved as a laser gum surgery technique to treat gum disease. The infected area is targeted and a laser is used to remove gum tissue. The benefit of this type of procedure is that it is very non-intrusive and does not affect the area surrounding the infected area, leaving more healthy gum tissue intact.

LANAP’s unobtrusive impact benefits the patient in the following ways:

  • Less pain and discomfort
  • Less risk of bacterial infection
  • No sutures
  • Reduced collateral damage to the gums
  • More precision-based outcomes
  • Quicker recovery
  • It allows the surrounding tissue to heal itself, thus potentially avoiding follow-up surgeries.

As with other gum surgery techniques, LANAP is a last resort when other non-surgical gum treatments have proven to be ineffective.

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