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Gum Disease Might Not Be Your Fault!

A New Way Of Understanding Gum Disease

Did you know, there are about 700 different types of bacteria that can be found in the human body which includes the mouth, and of those 700, each one of us have around 350. Our genetics have cell defenses for certain types of bacteria, and then there are other bacteria that we are genetically unable to fight.

That is what we mean by saying Gum Disease Might Not Be Your Fault

If you have bacteria that your body is unable to fight and those types of bacteria that are bone destroying types then you have a higher risk of having gum disease.

How frustrating is that? You might be really trying hard to do everything correctly, brushing, flossing, rinses, yet your Gum Disease continues to get worse. It’s a defeating feeling, it can cause guilt, and even depression. That’s why we wanted to make sure you understood how things work, so you can see that it’s possible it’s not you, it’s your genes.

So What Can You Do About This Bacteria and Your Gum Disease?

Treat it! You’ve done all you can, you just need some help. We can kill the bad bacteria that is causing your challenges, this allows you to have a fighting chance against the bone destroying bacteria. We do this through innovation, and a no cut, no sew, and no fear approach using the LANAP protocol.

The old way of treating gum disease was to actually remove the diseased gum tissue by cutting it out, and reshaping bone by removing bone. Now we can clean things out without removing tissue and bone. The LANAP protocol uses your tissue, it treats the tissue instead of removing it.

To understand more watch this video…

After the procedure your follow up visits are 1 week, the week 3, then 1 month, 2 month, 3 month.

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  • Tissue Sparing definitive treatment protocol
  • Bone building true regeneration
  • Reduced postoperative discomfort
  • Reduced postoperative bleeding
  • Fewer complications and less risk of infection 
  • Less procedural time 
  • Reduced cost no initial preparation 
  • Fewer visits mean greater value versus conventional treatment 
  • Patients are referred to and ask for LANAP by name 
  • Increased referral by patients to family and friends 
  • Reduced stress and physical wear