Laser Gum Surgery in West Palm Beach, FL

Less Pain. Less Discomfort.
The Laser Alternative to Traditional Gum Surgery

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A Minimally-Invasive Alternative

Some gum disease treatment options might not seem too inviting, such as traditional osseous surgery. While effective, is a lengthy procedure that can be somewhat painful with a prolonged recovery period. We understand your fear and are pleased to have a team of periodontists here at Florida Institute for Periodontics and Dental Implants that are uniquely trained and certified to provide you with a minimally-invasive alternative to traditional osseous surgery, the LANAP® protocol. Now, there is no need to put your health at risk due to fear of pain or inconvenience.

Uniquely Qualified to Be Your Specialist

As our patient, you will receive the highest quality care that is personalized to treat your specific dental health care needs. To provide LANAP®, our doctors have received additional education to become proficient in using the advanced technology of the PerioLase® MVP-7™ dental laser to eradicate disease-causing bacteria to save your teeth and preserve your jaw bone.

 

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Do Not Risk Your Health

Do not delay in treating your gum disease. Gum disease can lead to devastating tooth and bone loss. It can also increase your risk for serious health conditions and complicate existing conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, and some forms of cancer. Let our highly-trained team of specialists stop the progression of gum disease and restore your health with minimally-invasive LANAP®. Call us to schedule your consultation today!

 

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Our team of specialists is dedicated to advancing their education and that of other dental professionals. Dr. Robert Holt is a former visiting Assistant Professor at Nova Southeastern University’s College of Dental Medicine. Dr. Mauricio Gutierrez is a Board Certified Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology, a distinction held by only 65 percent of periodontists, and serves as Assistant Professor at the VA Medical Center in West Palm Beach, FL.

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