Laser-Assisted New Attachment Procedure (LANAP®)

Periodontitis is an incurable disease linked to serious health issues. However, LANAP® is scientifically proven to regenerate bone and reattach gum tissue in those with moderate to severe periodontitis.

What is LANAP®?

Laser-Assisted New Attachment Procedure, or LANAP®, is a laser therapy for the treatment of periodontitis, intended to work through regeneration. It is a revolution in modern dentistry. This minimally invasive technique takes the place of the traditional scalpel and suture surgery, with faster and more effective results.

Benefits of LANAP®:

LANAP® is less invasive and therefore less painful than traditional gum surgery, and it specifically targets only the diseased tissue. With LANAP®, there is minimal bleeding, sensitivity, swelling, and pain. Healing from LANAP® is perceived to be faster and more comfortable as well. Many people are able to return to work the same day as the treatment, with little to no discomfort. Patients also do not have to stop taking any medications, including blood thinners. If a patient fears the scalpel, LANAP® is a great option. With proper care, LANAP® is the only proven method to reverse the effects of periodontitis.