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  • Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure

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  • PHILADELPHIA, PA, April 07, 2010/24-7PressRelease/-- As a result of his use of the laser-assisted new attachment procedure, commonly referred to as LANAP, Philadelphia Periodontist Dr. David DiGiallorenzo has identified what he considers to be the top five benefits of LANAP over traditional periodontal treatment.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Laser-assisted new attachment procedure - commonly referred to as LANAP - is gainly popularity in the treatment of periodontal disease because of the many benefits it offers over traditional periodontal treatments, which are more invasive.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • If you have periodontal disease, your dentist should be able to offer different therapies, such as LANAP, laser gum therapy, to halt the progress of the disease.

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  • Because of the less invasive nature of LANAP, recovery time is reduced and most patients who have the procedure performed at DiGiallorenzo's Philadelphia periodontics practice require no time off work or other activities.

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  • The benefits of LANAP that he has identified are as follows:

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  • DiGiallorenzo, who also is a Philadelphia dental implants specialist, has used LANAP in his practice since early 2009.

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  • LANAP was developed by Dr. Robert H. Gregg and offers an alternative to treating gum disease with traditional scalpel and suture surgery.

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  • LANAP removes the infection that coincides with gum disease.

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  • LANAP uses a fiberoptic that is equivalent in size to about three human hairs.

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  • After a patient has been diagnosed with gum disease, the LANAP is used to gently pass between the gum line and the teeth to vaporize disease and leave healthy tissue in its place.

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