Gum Disease – Norwich, CT

The Benefits of LANAP

  • Gentle treatment for gum disease
  • Save failing or damaged teeth
  • Minimally invasive treatment
  • No cutting or sutures needed
  • FDA approved for True Regeneration™
  • Little to no damage of surrounding tissues
  • Quick healing timeframe
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What LANAP Laser Gum Disease Treatment Can Do for You

Laser gum disease treatment has revolutionized the way gum disease is cared for. Laser therapy is proven to be effective and gentle, causing virtually no damage to surrounding hard and soft tissues, unlike traditional osseous surgery. Our practice utilizes the LANAP process, which works by passing an ultra-fine laser in between the gums and tooth structure. This laser eradicates infection from within the gums and promotes tissue regrowth. Our periodontists, Drs. Gregory Toback and Marianne Urbanski, are experts in the hard and soft tissues of the mouth and LANAP certified to offer exceptional laser gum disease treatment in Norwich, CT.

Laser Gum Surgery Norwich, CT

About Our Dental Laser

PerioLase® MVP-7™

Staying up-to-date on the latest dental technologies is essential for patient care. Our investment in the PerioLase MVP-7 dental laser allows us to treat our patients in a more minimally invasive manner and provide improved results.

The LANAP process is also approved by the FDA for providing True Regeneration™ of bone and soft tissues of the mouth. The laser light stimulates these tissues and encourages regrowth from where deterioration has occurred. This leads to a quicker healing timeframe and less invasive procedures like bone or gum grafting. The LANAP laser gum disease treatment helps us save more teeth from failing due to gum disease with patients not needing to fear discomfort or lengthy healing times.

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