LANAP® Laser Dentistry
What Is LANAP®?
Periodontics has always been at the forefront of dental advancements. This is evident in the development of dental lasers, which have been designed to make your experience more comfortable and your treatment more precise. LANAP® lasers not only continue this rich tradition but surpass them. This form of laser dentistry manages gum disease and also is the breakthrough for true regeneration.
LANAP® protocol uses the specific wavelength PerioLase® MVP-7™ dental laser to eliminate negative bacteria deep within your gum pockets. It does this while leaving your healthy gum tissue intact. The lasers break down the disease and help your gums to regenerate while repairing them to full strength.
Generally, this method of treatment is less invasive than traditional surgery due to there being no cutting or need for suturing. Therefore, our patients experience less discomfort during and after treatment.
Watch our “No Cut, No Sew, No Fear” video to learn more.
LANAP® lasers can be used during periodontial therapy and surgical procedures.
Dr. Laro and Dr. Poston use their advanced LANAP® laser training so you can achieve a healthier smile.
LANAP® uses laser light energy to break down gum disease and relieve common symptoms such as inflammation, sensitivity, and bleeding.
Our goal is always to preserve your natural teeth and the structure around them. LANAP® can help us achieve this thanks to its non-invasive approach.
Laser dentistry is less invasive than traditional surgery and promotes a faster healing time. No cutting, no sewing, faster recovery.
Many patients report minimal pain during and also post-surgery. This allows for you to enjoy your amazing results and return to your daily lifestyle.
Dr. Poston helped me get over a lifelong fear of dentists and particularly dental surgery. He and his assistant were very kind, explaining what was going to happen and assured me I would be fine. The manner in which they spoke was very kind and patient and I just felt comfortable for the first time in a dental chair.
Barbara M. (Actual Patient)