LANAP (Laser-Assisted New Attachment Procedure)
LANAP (Laser-Assisted New Attachment Procedure) is a surgical approach that uses the latest laser technology to treat mild, moderate, and severe periodontitis.
This therapy has been available since 1994 with great success. Laser dentistry has enabled the development of a minimally invasive, blade-less, painless, and effective treatment for periodontal and gum disease. This technology turns what used to be a tricky procedure into a simple and accurate process.
The advantages of this treatment include faster healing, less post-operative pain, minimal to no swelling, reduced bleeding, elimination of bacteria from the gum tissue, and the regeneration of healthy periodontal tissue.
One of the significant benefits of LANAP is its precision and accuracy in targeting and removing infected and damaged tissue. Unlike traditional methods, the laser technology used in LANAP selectively removes only the diseased tissue, preserving healthy gum tissue and reducing the risk of gum recession. Additionally, the procedure is quicker than traditional surgery, making it a more convenient option for patients with busy schedules. With all these advantages, it's no surprise that more and more patients are choosing LANAP as their preferred treatment for periodontitis.