Laser Flap Surgery ( LANAP)
Most advanced procedure to address gum diseases
This procedure uses laser technology to remove diseased tissue and bacteria from the gums.
By utilizing the laser energy density, pulse duration, and rate of repetition, dentists can remove diseased tissue and bacteria without harming the normal healthy tissues.
Through variations of the laser’s energy density, pulse duration, and rate of repetition, surgeons are able to remove diseased tissue without harming the normal tissues surrounding it.
Once the diseased tissue is removed, the laser assists in compressing the remainder of gum tissue against the root surface, and the pocket is sealed with a fibrin clot which is a normal healing mechanism rather than using stitches.
Decreased risk of infection,
Minimal/ no post-surgery bleeding.
Speedy recovery and faster healing