Stockton Dental Office, Image Dental, Adds LANAP Laser Treatment

June 24, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Stockton, California - June 24, 2019 - Image Dental is thrilled to announce the addition of new technology in their Stockton office. The dental office has recently purchased a Periolase MVP7 by Millenial Technologies. With this innovative technology available in the office, Image Dental can effectively treat gum disease and failing dental implants.

A dental implant has a high success rate of over 98%. However, for individuals that experience periodontal disease, it can cause the implant to shift and move out of the pocket or inevitable failure. The LANAP protocol aids in correcting perio-implantitis, allowing for the implant to reintegrate into the jawbone pocket.

LANAP increases new tissue attachments. The tissue between the gum and bone have been shown to grow more, thus aiding in gum regeneration. In periodontal patients, gum loss and bone deterioration are frequent occurrences. With the new LANAP laser treatment, Dr. Nozaki and Image Dental will be able to provide optimal results to patients who have experienced gum tissue degeneration.

Founder and lead dentist, Stephen Nozaki, DDS are excited to add laser therapy to Image Dental. He has said, "We utilize the latest technology in the industry to bring you the best quality of care possible. The addition of the new Periolase MVP7 provides a pain-free solution to clearing infection while healing and regenerating gum tissue. The laser therapy works to save teeth that otherwise couldn't be saved, whether they are natural or dental implants." Image dental has already incorporated 3D printing dental technology to their office for creating restorations in-office. Their commitment to using the latest tech available for patient care goes above and beyond just standard.

Dr. Nozaki will be receiving extensive training on LANAP and LAPIP next month. Together with training and the new state of the art laser therapy available in the office, Image Dental will be one of the few if not the only office in Stockton to offer this pain-free, no-cut, no-sew solution to treating periodontal disease.

Image Dental is known for having a top-rated staff. They have received many 5-star ratings from their happy patients. One 5-review stands out and highlights Image Dental and their dedication to patient care.

Shirley from Stockton says, "I absolutely love everyone at Image Dental! Lisa and the other girls at the front desk are so pleasant and very helpful. Dr. Tex is amazing. When you have an emergency, they fit you right in. I see Carol, whom I adore before I leave. All the staff is accommodating. I truly recommend them to anyone who asks."

For those that are experiencing dental implant issues, due to peri-implantitis, the LANAP protocol is highly effective. Similarly, those that have advanced gum disease and wish to save their natural tooth, the LANAP has been shown to have a higher success rate, while eliminating the new to cut and sew, as with the traditional treatment.

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For more information about Image Dental, contact the company here:

Image Dental
Stephen Nozaki
(209) 955-1500
email@myimagedental.comm
3453 Brookside Rd, Suite A Stockton, CA 95219

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