Unfortunately, many people don’t realize they have gum disease until it’s in an advanced stage and the risk of losing teeth is high. By the time patients visit our practice for gum disease treatment in Fort Lauderdale, FL, many have been living with early or more advanced stages of gum disease for some time. LANAP® laser dentistry provides a faster, gentler, and more reliable method for resolving issues related to periodontal disease. It’s the only evidence-based, FDA-approved method that results in true periodontal regeneration, new bone growth, and gum tissue reattachment. At Dr. Patty’s Dental Boutique, Dr. Patterson uses LANAP in Fort Lauderdale, FL to promote bone regeneration around your teeth with the ultimate goal of saving them. The protocol targets and kills the bacteria that cause gum disease, removes damaged gum tissue, and reattaches healthy tissue to the tooth root surface. The sophisticated LANAP PerioLase MVP-7 laser enables our team to provide minimally invasive laser dentistry in Fort Lauderdale, FL without the pain, gum line recession, or increased sensitivity associated with traditional osseous surgery.
If you’re experiencing symptoms of gum disease, we encourage you to schedule an appointment as soon as possible for LANAP in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Unlike traditional osseous surgery to treat gum disease, LANAP doesn’t require scalpels, incisions, or sutures so the risk of infection during recovery is minimal. After numbing the area with local anesthetic, Dr. Patterson waves the PerioLase MVP-7 laser over areas of your infected gum tissue to eliminate infection and harmful bacteria, then closes the gap between your teeth and gums so bacteria can’t enter. Most patients at Dr. Patty’s Dental Boutique choose LANAP because it offers many advantages over traditional approaches. In fact, even patients that avoided dental treatment or experienced problems with traditional surgery in the past are willing to undergo LANAP gum surgery. Studies show that several months after LANAP treatment, most patients see a significant reduction in the depth of their periodontal pockets.
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