Gum Disease Laser Pocket Disinfection in Phoenix AZ
(Using the PerioLase® MVP-7™)

Laser Pocket Disinfection (LPD)
A Painless Procedure for Treating Early to Moderate Gum Disease

For those in the first stages of gum disease, we can use our PerioLase® MVP-7™ to treat it painlessly and easily without the need for any local anesthesia.

Signs You Have Gum Disease

Laser pocket disinfection to treat early stages of gum disease with a dental laser by periodontist Dan Indech DDSGum Disease is often painless, so it's important to look for signs and treat it quickly. Signs of an infection are:

  • Red or swollen gums
  • Bleeding when brushing (pink toothbrush), or at other times
  • Aching, itchy, sore or tender gums
  • Receding gums (teeth beginning to look longer)
  • Pus between your teeth and gums when you press down on the gums
  • Bad breath
  • Any change in the way your teeth fit together when you bite
  • Any change in the fit of partial dentures
  • Loose, separating or protruding teeth
  • Spaces between teeth

Dr. Dan Indech is highly trained and experienced in using LANAP & other procedures to effectively treat & control gum disease. As a periodontist he has many years of additional specialist training in treating gum disease & saving teeth.

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How Will LPD Help Me?

By removing the inflammation, your body has the energy to heal naturally. The laser light kills bacteria and creates a clean, environment for healing.

Am I a Candidate For LPD?

If you have gingivitis, LPD can help reverse symptoms. LPD can also be used to treat patients on a perio-maintence program.

Does LPD Hurt?

Not at all! LPD is quick and painless. If you are very sensitive, a topical anesthetic may be used.

Are There Any Side Effects?

There are no known side-effects of LPD in over 25 years of therapy, just bigger smiles. The treatment is safe for use around crowns, bridges, sealants and implants .

l'm About To Have Surgery Should I Have LPD?

LPD is beneficial to patients who have recently had surgery, or are scheduled to have surgery to reduce bacteria that may enter the bloodstream from their gums.

Why Do I Need To Treat Gum Disease?

Gum disease has been linked to serious health concerns including heart disease, stroke, diabetes, pre-term birth, certain cancers & more.

Don't Let Your Gums Get Worse, Act Before It's Too Late

Gum disease is often painless and because of this, it's easy to delay treatment. The longer you wait, however, the more the disease progresses and the condition worsens. With LPD, we have an easy, painless procedure to restore health to your gums. Don't delay, contact us today.

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Free Gum Disease Evaluation