Laser Dentistry

Laser Dentistry

Laser Dentistry

LANAP® Laser Gum Treatment

Gum disease isn’t widely talked about but can have a big impact on your life. Patients suffering from gum disease often feel less confident and fear to lose their teeth. Our office is certified in a unique laser gum disease treatment, the LANAP protocol.

Short for Laser-Assisted New Attachment Protocol, LANAP is an advanced treatment for gum disease. With LANAP, we can get your gums back to full health without the need for surgery. Thanks to LANAP’s laser technology, we now complete gum disease treatment, gum recontouring, and more with no cutting and no sutures. The ultra-thin laser sends pulses to the damaged tissue, removing it while leaving behind more of the healthy gum tissue around the area. Average recovery time is quick, too – less than 24 hours for most patients. If you’ve been diagnosed with advanced gum disease and think surgery is your only option, talk with our Omaha dental care team about LANAP!

Patient Benefits:

  • Faster Healing – LANAP® treatment is minimally invasive and allows the body to recover and heal more quickly.

  • Less Discomfort – Patients report less discomfort during and after surgery.

  • No Cut, No Sew, No Fear – the LANAP protocol uses laser light energy to eliminate the bacteria that cause gum disease and help your mouth recover faster

  • Minimal Recovery Time – Most patients can immediately return to their daily routine.

  • Little to No Gum Recession – Because the procedure doesn’t require cutting the gums, there is less risk of recession and your beautiful smile is maintained.

  • Reduction in Gum Inflammation and Bleeding – The PerioLase® MVP-7™ targets inflammatory bacteria without injuring healthy tissue.

  • Saves Teeth – Patients can keep their natural teeth sometimes even when the teeth have been deemed ‘hopeless’ with traditional treatments. Keeping your natural teeth have been linked to a longer lifespan!

  • Safe for patients with Health Concerns –LANAP® protocol is safe for patients with health concerns such as diabetes, HIV, hemophilia, or those taking medications such as Plavix or aspirin.