General Dentists and Periodontists across the country talk about
their experiences with the LANAP® protocol

 

 

Jeff Cranska, DDS
Severna Park, MD
General Dentist
BootCamp Class of September 1999

"Laser therapy demonstrates the human body's wonderful ability to heal itself. The PerioLase MVP-7 for the LANAP protocol give me the chance to make this happen for my patients."
Eric J. Roman, DDS
Fayetteville, NC
General Dentist
BootCamp Class of July 2008

"I read about the LANAP protocol for 3 years before purchasing. During that time I spoke with experienced LANAP dentists, new users, outspoken critics and everything in between. I kept waiting for the catch. But there wasn't a catch. And after implementing the Periolase MVP-7 for the LANAP protocol in my practice, I can confirm that there still isn't a catch. The Periolase MVP-7 simply does what they say it does...and more. If I had periodontal disease, I would not allow myself to be treated with conventional flap surgeries now that I have seen the results of the LANAP protocol. And since I care for my patients in the manner I would care for my family, I would not be willing to treat periodontal disease in my practice without the LANAP treatment. I just wish I hadn't waited 3 years to get on board."
Lloyd V Tilt, DDS MS
Ogden, UT
Periodontist
BootCamp Class of September 1999

"As a periodontist, I have found the LANAP protocol to be a superb treatment option for patients. Consistently excellent results with a minimally invasive procedure."
Suresh Goel, DDS
Pittsford, NY
Periodontist
BootCamp Class of September 2005

"The LANAP protocol and the PerioLase MVP-7 has allowed my practice to serve those who are greatest in need without the discomfort and expense often associated with traditional periodontal surgery."
Roger Craddock, DDS
Memphis,T N
Periodontist
BootCamp Class of January 2005

"In over six years of treating hundreds of patients with the LANAP protocol, I have found the PerioLase MVP-7 to be safe and effective. Treatment results have been very comparable to modified Widman surgery with significantly reduced morbidity and much greater patient acceptance."