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Blue Ridge, GA Gum Disease Treatment is Now Performed Using Laser Gum Surgery with Dr. Gregg Codelli
Date:8/15/2013

Blue Ridge, GA (PRWEB) August 15, 2013

Blue Ridge, GA periodontist Dr. Greg Codelli recently began offering patients a ground-breaking treatment option that employs laser technology to eradicate gum disease. Prior to the Laser Assisted New Attachment Proceure, customary treatments involved cutting and suturing the gums in order to remove bacteria and infection caused by periodontitis. Despite the links between periodontitis and systemic diseases like diabetes, pancreatic cancer, and heart disease, many people postpone seeking gum disease treatment because of the inherent invasiveness of traditional procedures. Fortunately, through advances in dental technology, Dr. Codelli can now offer a minimally invasive gum disease treatment to Blue Ridge, GA patients.

LANAP® uses the PerioLase® MVP-7™, the only FDA cleared laser on the market, to selectively vaporize gum disease without disturbing healthy tissue. Through LANAP®, Dr. Codelli provides an effective alternative gum disease treatment in Blue Ridge, GA that significantly reduces patients’ pain, discomfort, and recovery time. The majority of patients experience little to no discomfort, so pain medication is rarely prescribed. Out of all the advantages LANAP® offers, however, the top reason most patients choose to undergo laser gum surgery is because it often allows them to save their natural teeth.

Blue Ridge, GA periodontist Dr. Codelli belongs to an elite group of professionals in the field who have completed the certification required to perform LANAP®. In fact, only one percent of dental professionals in the entire country currently offer LANAP®, so patients seeking gum disease treatment in Blue Ridge, GA and the surrounding areas are encouraged to take advantage of their proximity to a LANAP® certified periodontist and contact Dr. Codelli’s office today.

To learn more about the laser gum surgery, please visit Dr. Codelli’s website at http://www.mtnperioimplant.com and call (678)-820-4191 to schedule a consultation.

Gregg R. Codelli, DDS, PC is a periodontist offering personalized dental care for Blue Ridge, GA patients since 1988. Dr. Codelli attended Emory University in Atlanta, and he completed his degree at the University of Tennessee in Memphis. He also received his specialty training in periodontics there. Dr. Codelli is part of one percent of dental professionals providing the only FDA cleared laser procedure for gum disease treatment. To learn more about Dr. Codelli and his dental services visit his website at http://www.mtnperioimplant.com and call (678)-820-4191.

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