LANAP Fort Lauderdale FL

LANAP & REPAIR Gum Laser Treament- Fort Lauderdale, FL

LANAP Fort Lauderdale FL

As of 2022, our certified laser gum treatment doctor offers laser gum treatment and REPAIR® solutions as a minimally invasive surgical therapy to remove bacteria that cause gum disease like periodontitis and gingivitis. Sedation dentistry is available for patients afraid of dentists.

FDA approved gum lasers used in dentistry are a relatively new technological development that has revolutionized the treatment of periodontitits. A novel supportive technique named LANAP®, which stands for Laser-Assisted New Attachment Procedure, is now used by dentists all over the country. LANAP and REPAIR are the only two FDA approved lasers for the treatment of periodontitis as a minimally invasive technique that provides a great solution for patients who would otherwise lose their teeth, teeth that the conventional periodontic treatments could not save. 

Treating your teeth with LANAP® treatment can reduce your tooth hypersensitivity, cure gum disease, remedy tooth decay, and restore your perfect smile safely and effectively.

LANAP Cost Fort Lauderdale, FL

As of 2022, it cost $95 for gingivitis treatment and about $3,900 for a full mouth laser periodontal treatment on patients with severe periodontal infection.. This includes the cost of local anesthesia, one periodontal maintenance  and one follows visits. The cost for regular dental cleaning, called prophylaxis, averages between $80 and $95, while the average cost for periodontal scaling and root planing (deep cleaning) is between $275 and about $980. Periodontal maintenance costs after undergoing periodontal treatment average $125. Moderate to Severe periodontal treatment — which usually consists of laser periodontal treatment like, REPAIR® and LANAP®— costs an average of about $1,000 - $1,100 per quadrant

How Much Does LANAP Cost? 

You can expect to pay between $1,000 – $1,500 for LANAP treatment per quadrant. However, like any advanced periodontal procedure, it’s best to speak with your dentist first. We make easy to make an LANAP appointment with your fort Fort Lauderdale dentist and have your gum disease evaluated to get the most accurate price for your LANAP treatment. 

lanap cost fort lauderdale

Does Insurance Cover LANAP’s Cost?

The cost of your gum laser treatment is usually comparable to traditional surgery. And in most cases, your health care provider should provide some degree of coverage.

Most dental insurance has a deductible for periodontal treatment. During a benefit period, you will have to satisfy a portion of your dental bill before your benefit plan will contribute to any of the cost of periodontal treatment. Your insurance plan information will describe how your deductible works. Plans do vary on this subject. For instance, some dental plans will apply the deductible to diagnostic or preventive treatments, and others may not.

Laser gum disease treatment costs are about $500 out of pocket with some major PPO dental insurance, or as much as $3,900 or more, depending on the severity of the gum disease.

What Are The Benefits of LANAP (Laser Periodontics) 

  • LANAP Laser Gum Treatment (Laser Periodontics) method removes plaque and diseased tissue from the affected gum pocket, leaving healthy tissue intact
  • LANAP® minimizes bleeding during dental surgery procedures
  • The laser energy destroys all bacteria in the affected area, leaving an almost sterile tissue and bone
  • The laser stimulates the formation of a blood clot in the area, which promotes healing and helps gum tissue secure the tooth
  • A procedure using LANAP can be completed within two hours, depending on the amount of damage to the teeth
  • These procedures are done under local anesthetic: this means that patients don't feel any pain, and the recovery time is short so patients can resume their normal activities the same day
  • Good esthetic outcomes make patients more inclined to undergo treatmen

Bleeding gum and loose teeth are often an indication that there is an active bacteria gum infection caused by excessive bacteria.

This highly accurate laser gives doctors a more precise way to eliminate bacteria under the gum line. Gum lasers kills the bacteria and disease, making the procedure comfortable since with control  bleeding and swelling, and therefore strengthen loose teeth.

In certain clinical instance, gum laser delivers additional benefits for patients with gum disease, including new bone growth in the jaw. Gum disease attacks bone and the longer you wait to receive treatment, the greater the risk is for tooth loss. Laser energy is remarkable in its ability to reverse bone loss by generating new growth around your teeth, reinforcing them so that they have a better chance of surviving.

How Does Laser Gum Treatment Works

Gum lasers are medical devices that use powerful, pinpointed light beams of thermal energy to perform multiple tasks during gum surgery. Lasers can:

  • minimally invasive cut and remove diseased tissue
  • coagulate blood vessels to form solid clots
  • kill germs and bacteria
  • sterilize the area

Laser gum surgery is a minimally invasive treatment which kills the bacteria within the gum pockets and removes the inflamed gum tissue that surrounds the roots of the teeth. How Gum Laser works is by using a process to kill the bacteria within the gum pockets for the treatment of periodontitis, a serious gum disease which requires a more precise approach. Traditional deep cleanings is not enough to combat periodontitis, which is why LANAP and REPAIR as become a popular therapy by certified and licensed professionals.

Laser work by creating an energy change in atoms. The laser light shifts atoms from their current resting state to a stage known as the excited state. This causes the atoms to produce energy called spontaneous emission. When the atoms return to a resting state, they emit particles of light called photons. This process provides the energy needed to perform certain functions, such as cutting tissue without the use of a blade.

What are the Signs of Gum Infection

Serious bacterial gum infections is common and it is the number one reason why people in general loose their teeth. Severe gum infection can lead to major issues if not treated in a timely manner. While most of us want to keep our teeth and gums healthy, your gums can be prone to gum infection if not cared for properly. Identifying warning signs that can lead to infected gums is an important way to help prevent further gum disease and all the side effects that come with it. When the signs of gum disease are present a LANAP consultation is indicated to help you treat the bacteria that causes gum infection.

  • Gums bleed easily upon flossing and brushing.
  • Gum  appear red or inflamed
  • Teeth feel and look like getting longer.
  • Food particles remain in the gum pockets
  • Bad breath
  • Teeth are unstable or loose
  • Gum recession is present

What is LANAP

Periodontal laser surgery such as LANAP® and REPAIR Perio® are both FDA-approved laser treatments for periodontal disease. Both class IV medical device laser procedures are specifically designed for the treatment of periodontal disease. LANAP® (Laser-assisted new attachment procedure) and REPAIR Perio® (Periodontal protocol using Waterlase®-laser patent technology) are minimally invasive laser gum treatments. These two protocols have received FDA clearance for regeneration, which is re-growing new teeth cementum, new periodontal ligament, and new alveolar bone. Also, REPAIR Perio® has FDA approval for removing plaque, tartar, and calculus within inside disease gums pockets. Both LANAP® and REPAIR Perio® laser periodontal surgery provide much improved methods for saving teeth with moderate and advanced periodontal disease.

The Federal Drug Administration cleared the LANAP® treatment as an effective technique for tissue regeneration and forming new attachments to patients' natural teeth, so this isn't some risky out-of-the-box technology! It's safe and effective, and has changed the face of periodontic care for patients and dentists alike.

Interested in learning more about LANAP & REPAIR and how it can restore your beautiful smile? Call Coral Ridge Smile in Fort Lauderdale, FL today at (954) 990-6543!

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