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How Much Does LANAP Cost?

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5 Benefits that Justify Laser Gum Surgery’s Cost

Gum disease is very common. In fact, many Americans suffer from it, and most don’t even know they have it. Luckily, the LANAP procedure is a safe, quick solution if you’re looking to cure your gum disease. And if you’re worried about LANAP’s cost, you should rest easy knowing that it’s an affordable treatment option that’s well worth its expense.

What Is Gum Disease?

When early-stage gum disease (gingivitis) persists for too long, those inflamed gums turn into something more serious, gum disease (periodontitis). Hardened plaque becomes tartar on teeth, a substance that can only be removed by a trained dentist. The tartar causes gum disease to expand, creating pockets around the infected areas. Inflammation, bad breath, and bleeding are common. Teeth may loosen or even fall out. 

When gum disease reaches this advanced stage, you’ll need to seek treatment from a LANAP trained dentist or periodontist. While the traditional treatment for periodontitis, gum surgery, has been around for a while, laser gum surgery is a much better alternative you’ll want to consider. 

What Is Laser Gum Surgery?

Laser-assisted new attachment procedure (LANAP) is a quick and easy treatment method to help restore your gum health after periodontitis. It uses an FDA-approved laser known as the PerioLase MVP-7. This pulsed laser only destroys the bacteria and harmful tissues in your mouth while supporting the regrowth of healthy tissue and bone. LANAP is minimally invasive and has few side effects compared to traditional gum surgery. 

Why LANAP is Better Than Traditional Gum Surgery

On the fence about whether or not LANAP is worth the cost? Here are 5 benefits to consider when deciding on treatment for your gum disease:

LANAP Is Less Invasive

LANAP uses a laser to target and destroy only the harmful bacteria in your mouth. Without the use of scalpels and sutures, you won’t have to deal with a painful recovery process after your treatment. 

Fast Procedure

Many people often don’t return to their periodontist to finish their traditional gum surgery because it tends to be a time-consuming, painful process. This puts them at risk to develop dangerous health conditions associated with gum disease. LANAP, on the other hand, only takes a few hours to restore gum health.

Results Are Often Better

LANAP is the only procedure that has been proven to not only stop advanced stage gum disease but also supports the regrowth of healthy gum tissue and bone. 

Quick Recovery Time

Traditional gum disease often takes several weeks to fully recover. Instead, with laser gum surgery, you’ll just need to avoid brushing, flossing, and eating hard foods for a couple of days. After that, your life will be back to normal.

Laser Gum Surgery Is Safe

LANAP uses an FDA approved laser that only targets and destroys harmful bacteria. Your LANAP trained periodontist or dentist will have experience perform the laser gum surgery, so you’ll be in good hands. And if you suffer from dental anxiety, then you can speak with us about the benefits of dental sedation before your visit to help make you as comfortable as possible. 

How Much Does LANAP Cost? 

You can expect to pay between $1000 – $2650 for LANAP treatment. However, like any medical treatment, it’s best to speak with your oral health care provider first. You’ll also need to make an appointment with your local dentist and have your gum disease evaluated to get the most accurate quote for your LANP treatment. 

Will Insurance Cover LANAP’s Cost?

If you’re worried about LANAP’s cost, don’t be. The cost of your gum laser treatment is usually comparable to traditional surgery. And in most cases, your health care provider should provide coverage. 

Other Considerations for LANAP’s Cost

One of the considerations you should keep in mind when considering LANAP’s cost is how much your time is worth to you. With traditional gum surgery, you may need multiple appointments, and the surgery itself can often take longer. Recovery time is even longer. 

With LANAP, on the other hand, you’ll be in and out in under 2 hours for most cases. And after a day or two, you’ll be back to your normal life. 

Why You Need a Clinical LANAP Consultation

The benefits of LANAP are clear. But if you’re wondering if laser gum surgery will work for you, then you need to schedule an appointment to be seen by a specialist. Only by looking at your gums in person can your trained dentist or periodontist evaluate your gum disease and plan the best treatment.

While phone consultations are great for talking about your dental problems, evaluating gum disease requires a more direct approach. Clinical Consultations are necessary to determine if you’re eligible for laser gum surgery.

During your consultation, your local dentist or periodontist will need to probe your gums, gauge the depth of your pockets, and see how far along your periodontal disease is.  That way, they can determine if LANAP is right for you.

LANAP Surgery in New York City

If you’re looking for a LANAP-trained periodontist in Manhattan, then you should visit Advanced Dental Arts. We’re a top-rated dental practice with a team of board-certified dental health specialists located near you. We have LANAP-certified staff members ready to help treat all stages of gum disease.

From general dentistry to LANAP, you’ll find all of your dental treatments under one roof at Advanced Dental Arts. Don’t wait any longer. Your perfect smile is one phone call away. 

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