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LANAP a laser procedure that reverses gum disease.

Periodontist explains the difference between gum surgery and LANAP 0

This is a video of a Periodontist that explains the diference between traditional periodontal flap osseous surgery and LANAP.  LANAP is an FDA cleared laser procedure that reverses gum disease.

Periodontist shows the diference between gum surgery and laser treatment 0

This is a well respected periodontist lecturer and profesor of Periodontics explaining the diference between traditional gum surgery Laser gum Treatment.  LANAP is an FDA cleared laser procedure that reverses gum disease.

Save $32,000 by taking care of your gums 0

Yes according to a new study by United Concordia Insurance you can save $3200 a year in medical expenses if you take care of your gums.  So over ten years that adds up to $32,000 Consider almost $100,000 over 30 years.  Not bad for cleaning your teeth yearly. United Concordia’s oral health study – the largest of its kind – delivers a strong message: annual heath care savings of more than $3,200 are possible, when you combine the medical and pharmacy savings for individuals with diabetes who are treated for gum disease” http://www.multivu.com/mnr/58161-highmark-united-concordia-dental-gum-di… This study does not show the quality of life improvement achieved by eliminating perio.

Why should traditional Periodontal Flap and osseous Periodontal surgery not be done? Comments Off

This video illustrates the reason why gum surgery should not be done any more.  Or at least used as a last resort.  This technique continues to be used to this day.  Improvements in technology have made this procedure obsolete in most cases.   To see the differences in laser gum treatment and traditional gum surgery see GUM SURGERY.

Why would a cardiologist talk about gum disease? Comments Off

In two thousand and four Doctor Paul Ritker was named by time magazine as one of the one hundred most influential people in the world now how does one get considered for a list of the most influential people in the world well for starters you must do something trans formative change the world in a way that is likely to have long term implications fifteen years ago it was known but often ignored that more than half of the first heart attacks occurred in people with normal cholesterol levels 7 more than ten years ago doctorate chris started the series of studies that demonstrated quite convincingly than me that inflammation was a major factor in miocardial and strokes the data even indicated that the risk student elevated inflammation wasn’t least is great as the risk to the elevated ldl cholesterol as you might imagine this revolutionary finding was not welcomed by everyone the doctorate permit criticism not with the argument but with more and more evidence in the past ten years doctor richter has truly transform medicne as a direct result of his determined efforts elevated inflammation is now recognized as a critical factor in the major chronic diseases of aging doctor richter is very much

Why is a cardiologist talking about Gum Disease? Comments Off

Dr Paul Ridker a Cardiologist voted Time magazines 100 most influential people.  Dr. Ridker makes an impassioned plea to the periodontal community to continue to partner with the cardiology community to better understand how treating periodontal disease may help reduce the incidence of heart disease. He encourages the periodontal community to conduct and support research that will ultimately support a national clinical trial.  For more information regarding gum disease and systemic health visit

Has the AAP relinquished it’s statement on Laser Enap? Comments Off

The AAP has a new web site perio.org. Is Laser Enap statement gone? Is the charlie cob statement written in 1998 gone? http://www.perio.org/resources-products/posppr2.html Notice under the ACADEMY STATEMENTS -Use of Dental Lasers for Excisional New Attachment Procedure (ENAP). The link opens the 2002 Academy Report and not the 1998 statement? I did call and let them know of the error. Could this be a sign? A sign that the AAP has given up?  Has given up the fight against the FDA clearance that says Lanap can reverse gum disease?  Is this a sign AAP?

Baby killed by Gum Disease! Comments Off

This is a video about a mother that found her child was killed by her gum disease.  Also the FDA cleared laser procedure that reverses gum disease LANAP.

LANAP Periolase Receives Prestigious Award Comments Off

PerioLase® MVP-7™ Dental Laser Receives Prestigious Award Pride Institute “Best of Class” Technology Award Presented to the Android™ PerioLase MVP-7 CERRITOS, CA–(Marketwire – Aug 20, 2012) – The PerioLase® MVP-7™ has been awarded the “Best of Class” Technology award from the Pride Institute — an honor reserved only for products that demonstrate excellence in their category. Manufactured by Millennium Dental Technologies, Inc. (MDT), the PerioLase MVP-7 is designed specifically to support the LANAP® protocol — a patient- and doctor-preferred laser periodontitis surgery. The PerioLase MVP-7 is the world’s first medical device to incorporate a Samsung® Galaxy tablet display, leveraging the open Android™ platform and control system to enrich the experience of the clinician and patient. Intuitive ‘pinch and zoom’ interaction provides clinicians with immediate access laser-operating parameters while enhanced retinal display technology allows clinicians to view diagnostic quality x-rays on the crisp LCD display. With the tablet functionality, patients can watch educational videos on the screen in the operatory to increase their understanding of LANAP treatment. “It is a great honor to be chosen as a winner of this prestigious award, especially as it highlights technologically advanced products,” states Robert H. Gregg, DDS, MDT co-founder and president. “With the Android PerioLase MVP-7, a

Treatment of Gum Disease for Your Dental Care Comments Off

Whenever you have a bacterial infection in your mouth, you should consider having treatment of gum disease.  Gum illnesses are believed to trigger other body illnesses including diabetes, chest and heart complications.  In fact, research has revealed that people with diabetes are more likely to have acute gum infections like periodonitis. So what are the symptoms of gum disease, what treatment procedures are available and are they expensive to treat?  In order to answer your questions, it is important that you understand basic truths about the disease. If you suspect abnormal sensations on your gums, chances are that you could be having an infection. If you notice some of these signs, consult a qualified medical doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment: –    Bleeding gums –    Blisters and ulcers –    Discolored  and deformed teeth –    Uncontrollable mouth odor –    Plaque or tartar –    Broken teeth Treatment of Gum Disease Procedures The treatment of gum disease depends on the extent of your infection. You need to know about some of the gum diseases. At the dental clinic, you will find crucial information about common gum disease infections for adults and children. This determines the kind of treatment that you receive. Below are