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Quincy Dental Specialists Group

580 Hancock St.     |     Quincy, MA 02170

Laser Gum Treatment in Quincy, MA

LANAP and LAPIP Laser Gum Treatment Quincy MA

Treat your recessed gums with Lanap and Lapip. Before laser gum treatment, a patient needed sutures to restore the gum tissue. Fortunately, Lanap and Lapip heal gums more efficiently and less invasively. The laser treatment precisely removes bacteria and dead tissue along the gum line. Lanap treats natural teeth while Lapip treats dental implant areas. Gums left untreated can cause tooth loss and dental implant failure.

Lanap Lapip laser gum treatment Quincy MAPeriodontal disease is a progressive gum infection. Contact us if you notice any of these signs:

  • Chronic bad breath
  • Red or swollen gums
  • Bleeding gums
  • Loose teeth
  • Receding gums

How is laser gum treatment better than conventional surgery?

Patients prefer Lanap and Lapip because of the quicker healing process. Since the laser treatment only focuses on bacteria and dead tissue, gums heal faster. There is also less pain and less inflamation. Traditional gum surgery can take up to 4 weeks to recover while laser gum treatment is usually 24 hours.

Does my dental insurance cover the treatment?

Gum disease treatment can be covered by dental insurance. During your consultation, we’ll review your coverage and confirm.

Who needs this treatment?

Patients with moderate to severe periodontal disease may benefit from laser gum treatment. These patients tend to have extensive gum damage. Periodontal disease is preventable which is why we urge patients to maintain proper dental care and visit us every 6 months. Preventative dental care is the key to avoiding oral health issues like damaged gums.

Healthy gums secure your teeth and prevent tooth loss. Contact us today for a dental exam and consultation. Even if you do not suspect gum disease, our team will examine your mouth for warning signs. As mentioned earlier, periodontal disease is progressive. Detecting it earlier prevents extensive treatments and procedures. Call us at (617) 328-5060 or book an appointment online today.

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