Laser Treatment for Periodontal DiseaseSource: Millennium Dental Technologies, Inc.
Laser ENAP (Excisional New Attachment Procedure) is a patented technique for dentists to treat periodontal disease, especially moderate to advanced disease
Laser ENAP (Excisional New Attachment Procedure) is a patented technique for dentists to treat periodontal disease, especially moderate to advanced disease, in a general practice or periodontal practice setting. The procedure's objective is pocket elimination by establishing a new connective tissue attachment to the tooth at a more coronal level via long junctional epithelium. Additionally, it offers patients an alternative to traditional periodontal surgery that can be performed in a general practice setting. There is no cutting of flaps and no sutures are involved, which allows for easy patient recovery with minimal postoperative bleeding. The elimination of gum amputation maximizes preservation of original gum tissue to maintain the patient's smile and avoid additional root exposure.
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