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Laser Gum Treatment
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LANAP a laser procedure that reverses gum disease.

Laser Gum Treatment

Harvard Periodontist lecture on Laser Gum Surgery LANAP Comments Off

Dr Mineo has been a Harvard trained periodontist for over 15 Years.  Dr Mineo gives a lecture regarding laser periodontal treatment LANAP.

How much does Laser Periodontal Surgery Cost? Comments Off

Here is a good video that discusses the difference of cost between Traditional Periodontal Surgery and Laser Periodontal Surgery  This video does not explain the cost savings in health that have been established in the periodontal literature see our web site and click on LANAP health advantages

LANAP Laser Periodontal Surgery Video Comments Off

Here is a well done video regarding LANAP laser gum treatment that reverses gum disease.

Video of Periodontist Review of LANAP Laser Gum Treatment Comments Off

Video of Periodontist Review of LANAP Laser Gum Treatment. This Periodontist is a professor of periodontics at 2 universities.  By using lasers for periodontics he has been able to eliminate bad breath, gives patients more energy, eliminates bleeding gums, and avoids tooth loss.

Laser Gum Treatment Video on LANAP 0

Here is a very well done video regarding Laser Gum Surgery. .

Dentist grows bone on Advanced Periodontal Disease Patients 0

This is an interview of a dentist that has used LANAP for 3 years.  LANAP is an FDA cleared laser procedure that reverses gum disease.  Dentist grows bone on Advanced Periodontal Disease Patients

LANAP is on the map 0

LANAP is on the map!  AAP (American Academy of Periodontology) Saturday, Marc Nevins showed his Human Histology with LANAP now published in IJPRD this month. AAP Yesterday, Marc Nevins showed his Human Histology with LANAP now published in IJPRD this month.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spPD0O-qnAc&feature=plcp  Sunday Romanos and Izumi showed peri-implant cases treated with lasers. Though both showed full flaps, and bone graft materials (dead people powder, Chinese hamster ovaries, Swedish baby pig juice, cow bones, etc…) and sutures in their cases.  Unfortunately, the other side LAPIP was not to be seen at the AAP. Though it was shown at the Periolase users meeting the day before the AAP. Several peri-implantitis cases were shown without the need of flaps, bone graft materials, nor sutures with spectacular results. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spPD0O-qnAc&feature=plcp “When we have people that are Physically or emotionally compromised we may be able to get a better result than we do with our traditional means”Does that mean Lanap works better on the insane? Are the physically and emotionally compromised different in some way? Who is Myron Nevins DDS?   Dr. Myron Nevins is an Associate Professor of Periodontology at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Clinical Professor of Periodontology at the Temple University School

Dentist explains his experience with LANAP and Traditional Gum Surgery 0

Video of Dentist explains his experience with LANAP and Traditional Gum Surgery.

Cyclosporine induced gingival hyperplasia eliminated for 3 years 0

Case: LANAP 6 month braces Patient has had his gums cut 4 times before searching online for an alternative to his cyclosporin induced gingival hyperplasia.  He is now out almost 3 years and has not needed another trim.https://picasaweb.google.com/103703771319230633247/GingivalContouringLANAPThen6MonthBraces?authuser=0&feat=directlink

Laser Treatments In Surgical Dentistry Comments Off

Are you so self conscious about the appearance of your teeth that you very rarely smile?  Have you ever been told that you have a “gummy smile” or as you’ve gotten older has your gum line receded creating the appearance of abnormally long teeth?  Do you suffer from serious periodontitis and have been told you need surgery?  If the answer for you is yes to any of the questions above, laser gum treatment may be the right solution for you. Lasers are put to good use in the cosmetic procedures patients opt for to correct the abnormal appearances of their smiles.  For those with gingival hyperplasia or “gummy smiles” treatment is needed to remove the overgrowth of gum tissue that makes the teeth appear smaller than normal.  Light energy is used in place of a scalpel to correct the gum line.  Lasers may also be used in the correction of the appearance of long teeth due to deformities or a receding of the gum line from the aging process.   There are many different steps that may be taken in the treatment of periodontal disease depending on the stage and severity of damage done by the disease.  Proper brushing and