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Cosmetic Periodontal Surgery

What’s the Difference Between LANAP and LAPIP?

Dental laser technology is becoming more and more popular for the treatment of periodontal, or gum, disease. Laser treatment offers many distinct advantages for treating this problem, including greater preservation of natural gum tissue, enhanced healing, quicker...

What Are The Advantages of Dental Implants?

A dental implant is a small metal post that is inserted into the jaw bone to provide a new root, or foundation, for some form of replacement tooth like a crown or implant-supported denture. It is a reliable way of replacing a missing tooth that usually lasts a...

Top Frequently Asked Questions About LANAP

LANAP is a modern procedure that is an alternative to more traditional approaches to the treatment of periodontal, or gum, disease. Many Americans have gum disease, but few ever get treated before it becomes a larger problem. Here are some of the more frequently asked...

Is Sinus Lift Necessary for Implants?

When an upper tooth is lost or must be extracted, the patient usually wants some type of restoration to be done afterwards in order to be able to chew well and to enhance appearance. However, after tooth loss in the upper part of the mouth, it’s not uncommon for...

How to Know If You Have Gum Disease

There’s an old saying that may refer to someone as being a bit “long in the tooth”, meaning that the person has aged past his or her prime. In reality, this is more than just a saying, because all too often, as people age, their gums can recede,...

How Effective is LANAP Laser Gum Surgery?

Periodontal or gum disease can creep up on a person slowly, causing extensive damage to the mouth and teeth. It gradually damages the gum tissue, causing the gums to shrink and recede away from the teeth and weakening the foundation of the teeth themselves. The gums...

Does My Insurance Cover Dental Implants?

Dental implants have become accepted as the most state-of-the-art option for restoration of missing or badly decayed teeth. However, most dental insurance companies are behind the times in their coverage of this option, and may cover none of, or only part of, this...

Common Reasons for Gum Surgery

Aging, medications, smoking and the consumption of various acidic foods and beverages like coffee or wine can cause damage to the gums and teeth. Over time, the soft tissue of the gums can become damaged from the buildup of plaque, which is a bacteria-containing film...