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Non-Surgical Gum Disease Treatment

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Periodontitis, also known as periodontal disease or simply gum disease, is a serious long-term condition that affects roughly 47.2% of adults aged 30 years and older. Periodontal disease increases with age, with around  70.1% of adults 65 years and older having some form of periodontal disease.

Periodontal disease is an infection of the gums that hold your teeth in place. It can start as minor symptoms such as bad breath or swollen gums, but can eventually cause pain when chewing, sensitive teeth, or even tooth loss. Long-term periodontal disease can cause gums to recede which makes your teeth appear longer. It’s often caused by poor brushing and flossing habits which allow bacteria to build upon the teeth and gums.

In the past, periodontal surgery was the most effective way of dealing with periodontal surgery in its later stages. This involved cutting the patient’s gums with a sharp tool, cleaning the teeth at its roots, and then sewing the gums back up. While effective, this resulted in a long recovery time and was daunting for all patients. Thankfully, there are non-surgical treatments such as LANAP that can offer patients a safe and effective option to combat periodontitis.

What Is LANAP?

LANAP, also known as laser-assisted new attachment procedure, is an alternative treatment that uses a laser instead of cutting into the gums. This makes it extremely effective at targeting infected gum tissue in specific areas without causing damage to healthy tissue. It also means there is less recovery time and no visible damage to your gums outside of the infected areas.

Is LANAP an Invasive Treatment?

No. LANAP is technically a form of non-surgical gum disease treatment which leads people to believe that it is invasive. However, since it doesn’t require any cutting or sutures, patients have a much shorter recovery time and there is less damage to the surrounding healthy gum tissue. Technically speaking, LANAP is a surgical procedure that is minimally invasive. The advantage of a minimally-invasive treatment is that there is little discomfort and bleeding once the treatment is finished. Patients can even return to their daily activities once the procedure is over and they’ve left the office.

What Are the Benefits of LANAP Over Traditional Surgery?

LANAP has a number of benefits over traditional periodontal surgery such as:

  • No healthy tissue is damaged during LANAP. Only the infected gum tissue is targeted, meaning your gums don’t recede as a result of the procedure.
  • LANAP can regenerate bone and help reverse the negative effects of periodontitis. This is something that traditional periodontal surgery cannot offer.
  • Patients that are not suitable for periodontal surgery may choose LANAP as a safer alternative that is minimally-invasive and allows them to return to their daily schedule.
  • There is less pain and discomfort involved with non-surgical gum disease treatments than traditional periodontal surgery.

What’s Involved In LANAP?

Before any treatment begins, your specialist will begin with an x-ray of your mouth to see the extent of the infection. This will determine if LANAP is an effective non-surgical gum disease treatment option for you. If the specialist deems LANAP to be a suitable option, you’ll move on to the procedure itself at a later date.

LANAP starts with a local anesthetic to help with sensitivity and pain in the treatment. Patients don’t need to be put to sleep during this non-surgical gum disease treatment. Next, the periodontist will probe areas of the gums and make the first pass with the laser. This destroys surface bacteria and pathogens which disinfects the gums. The initial pass allows the inflamed, infected, and diseased areas of your gums to be carefully removed while your healthy gum tissue is left untouched.

The second pass ensures that the pockets are carefully sealed and closed. After this pass, the procedure is complete. Your periodontist will give you instructions on how to care for your teeth and gums to prevent the bacteria from returning and spreading.

You’ll be required to make routine check-ups to ensure that your gums are healing properly after the procedure.

Is There a Recovery Period for LANAP?

Patients that undergo LANAP can expect to return to their daily activities as soon as they leave the office. There is little pain or discomfort following the procedure. However, if you have severely infected gums, then you may be asked to rest for at least 24 hours to allow your gums time to heal. In comparison to traditional periodontal surgery, this cuts the recovery period down from two to four weeks to a mere day.

How Long Do Results from LANAP Last?

LANAP targets and destroys infected tissue in your gums. This means that it removes the bacteria completely, resulting in clean and healthy gums. These results should last forever, but it depends on how well you take care of your teeth post-treatment.

LANAP gives you another chance to take better care of your teeth and gums. After the procedure, you’ll want to keep an eye on your oral hygiene by brushing and flossing on a regular basis to prevent further building up bacteria. By following the advice from your periodontist, you’ll build better habits to keep your teeth and gums in great condition.

Who Is a Good Candidate for LANAP?

LANAP candidates don’t need to meet a strict set of requirements to be eligible. As a safe non-surgical gum disease treatment, it can even be considered for those that would not be eligible for traditional periodontal surgery. This includes patients with pre-existing conditions such as diabetes, pregnant patients, and anyone else that may not be suitable for a surgical option.

If you’re struggling with periodontitis and are experiencing large pockets between your gums, then you may be a good candidate for LANAP. Schedule an appointment with Arizona Periodontal Group today and we’d be happy to have a consultation.

Teeth-In-A-Day: Everything You Need to Know About All-On-4

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Have you heard about an exciting smile-restoration treatment called teeth-in-a-day? Here we answer all your most burning questions about this convenient and transformative treatment.

Can Teeth Implants Be Done in One Day?

The term “Teeth-in-a-Day” derives from the fact that you can get a new set of teeth implanted in a single day without having to return to the dentists’ chair for further surgery at any other point. With that said, most patients can’t walk into our office on a Monday morning with no prior preparation and go home with a full set of new teeth by the evening. That’s not how All-on-4 works. 

Your Teeth-in-a-Day journey begins with a consultation with a dental implants specialist. Following the initial discussion, the specialist will arrange an X-ray to check if Teeth-in-a-Day is the right procedure for you. You don’t have to do anything during this process, but it can take up to two weeks to get confirmation. 

Depending on the condition of your existing teeth, you may require extractions. Dentists like to perform these six weeks in advance of All-on-Four implants to give your gum time to heal. However, we might agree to remove teeth on the same day, depending on your jawbone condition. 

Thus, “Teeth-in-a-Day” refers to how long the patient has to sit in the chair. Once the preparatory work is done, you can get your new set of teeth fitted in a single session—no further follow-up sessions for additional surgery or implants.

After All-on-4 surgery, we will organize follow-ups to check that your new implants are fusing correctly with your jawbone. You’ll need to eat a soft food diet for the first six to eight weeks. But other than that, you’re free to enjoy your new smile.

Are Dental Implants Right for You?

Dental implants are suitable for a broad array of patients. Practically anyone with missing teeth or existing tooth replacement options can benefit. All-on-4 is particularly suited for those worried about their dentures falling out or patients with confidence issues when smiling because of missing teeth. It is also useful for anyone worrying about jawbone shrinkage in the future because of a lack of biting pressure. All-on-4 helps restore regular chewing forces from the teeth to the jawbone, keeping it healthy and thick. 

How Does It Work?

Teeth-in-a-Day relies on All-on-4 implants, a special technique that provides all of the advantages of regular implants, minus the need for separate posts for each crown. 

All-on-4 works by completely replacing all the teeth in the upper or lower jaw (or both) with an implant that uses four to six posts. During the first appointment, we will remove any remaining teeth and then place the posts that will support your new set of teeth. Because it takes time for the implanted posts to fuse with the bone, you may receive a temporary set of fixed dentures. Then, once the fusing process is complete, you’ll return for another short session with us to fit your final replacement teeth. 

What to Expect During Surgery

By contrast to traditional dental implants processes, Teeth-in-a-day provides you with implants and mounting in a single visit. 

The placement procedure usually takes a couple of hours. On the day, you will most likely receive a sedative to help you relax. You will also get a local anesthetic in the areas receiving the posts. Once the medication takes effect, you’ll receive the implants. Usually, the All-on-4 method involves placing the jawbone posts at an off-center angle, reducing or eliminating the need for bone grafts. 

Once the implants are in place, we will place the temporary/permanent set of crowns, bridges, or dentures, depending on your particular circumstances, completing the surgery. 

What to Expect After Surgery

The first thing you will notice afterward is your fantastic new set of teeth – perhaps even better than the originals! 

After that initial elation, you will need to focus on your recovery. 

Most patients experience some discomfort that may last for a few days as the anesthetic wears off. This pain should not be severe. If it is, you should contact us for a check-up. 

You’ll also need to allow time for osseointegration to occur – where the implant posts fuse with your jawbone. This process takes between three to six months. 

In light of this, you’ll need to adjust your diet during the recovery period, eating only soft foods for the first six to eight weeks and avoiding anything particularly hard, crunchy, or chewy for the full healing period. By following sensible eating habits, you will maximize the chance that the procedure will be successful. 

What You Can Eat and What to Avoid

What you can eat changes depends on the length of time elapsed since surgery. 

  • The first two weeks. During the first two weeks, you should base your diet primarily around liquids. Stick with frozen yogurt, milk, broths, creamed soups, custard, ice cream, tea, coffee, and protein shakes. Avoid sticky toffee, stringy meat, or anything hard, like nuts. 
  • Between two and eight weeks. Choose a primarily soft food diet. Suitable foods include eggs, cheese, mashed potato, soft tofu, quinoa, oatmeal, and soft bread. Avoid chips, raw fruits and vegetables (unless pureed), and hard candies. 
  • After eight weeks. Because All-on-4 takes three to six months to heal completely, you should avoid very hard or sticky foods for the remainder of your recovery time. Focus on getting a healthy variety of soft foods to enhance the healing process. 

How All-On-4 Will Improve Quality of Life

All-on-4 improves your quality of life by accurately mimicking both the form and function of regular teeth. When you choose Teeth-in-a-Day, you’re effectively making your mouth more youthful. You automatically become more confident bearing your teeth around other people, allowing you to smile again. You’ll look healthier, younger, and happier – all of which can make a massive difference in how you feel.

If you are interested in learning more about All-on-4 teeth-in-a-day, please contact us to schedule an appointment. We will answer your questions and help you make an informed decision if it is right for you.

Dental Implants: Questions and Answers

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You might be surprised to know how many people are embarrassed by their smile across the country. Some people haven’t been to a dentist in years due to fear, money, or a variety of other reasons. 

Others have genetics that plays a factor in the health of their teeth. There are also unfortunate injuries. So many things can play into why people need their teeth extracted and/or replaced.

Fortunately, there are a few replacement options that can truly make your smile look like new, and completely natural. No one needs to know otherwise.

There are about 3 million people in the U.S. alone with dental implants. So, if you’re in need, you’re certainly not alone. 

This article will answer some of the common questions about dental implants. The more you know, the more comfortable you can feel about getting them for yourself, should you need them.

Are Dental Implants Worth It? 

Dental implants are absolutely worth the investment. The implant screw acts like the root of a natural tooth. The crown, the part that you see, looks just like your other natural teeth.


Dental implants are often a better investment than other replacement procedures because they can last a lifetime. The screws themselves can last forever. The crown may need to be replaced after 15 to 25+ years if properly cared for.

The longevity of the crown also depends on where the implant is located in the mouth. Teeth have different functions depending on where they are located. Some teeth are for biting while others are for chewing.

Molars are in the back of the mouth and are meant for chewing. An implant to replace a molar may wear out sooner than an implant in the front of the mouth.

Feel Natural

Another benefit of dental implants is that the implant is fused to your jaw bone. The implant and crown tend to feel more natural than dentures. They are also more durable and act more like your natural teeth.

Reduces Bone Loss

Dental implants can also help to reduce the risk of bone loss in your jaw. This could prevent the need for other expensive (and potentially painful) procedures in the future.

How Long Do Dental Implants Last? 

As stated above, the dental implants themselves can last a lifetime. If you take care of them, you will likely never have any issues with the screws that are implanted.

The dental crown that attaches to the implant can last as long as 25+ years if properly cared for. Proper care includes the basics — brush, floss, and visit your dentist regularly.

These steps will help maintain healthy gums that do their part to hold the implant in place. Healthy gums also help give the dental crown a more natural look and a healthy smile.

Can Dental Implants Be Done in a Day?

In some cases, yes. There are two procedures called All On 4 and All On 6 dental implants that have been increasing in popularity over the years.

All On 4 & All On 6 Implants

The All On 4 and All On 6 procedures are technically a full-arch fixed dental implant bridge. There are either 4 or 6 implants that support the bridge. This is a procedure that involves the removal of all-natural teeth on top and bottom before the bridges are put in place.

Illustration of All On 4 Dental Implants

For qualified patients, this can be done in one day — the removal of the remaining teeth, the implants, and the dental bridges.

However, there are some potential drawbacks to the All On 4 or All On 6 procedure. Some people experience speech issues or have a hard time adjusting to the feel of the bridge.

Individual Dental Implants

Traditional dental implants take anywhere from 6-8 months from consultation to completion. This is because individual dental implants need time to heal before placing the crown. Typically, two procedures are required for implants. The first is to implant the titanium ‘root’ into the bone. The second is to add the crow(s) on top of the actual implants.

A model of a dental implant.

If you have a majority of your teeth missing or have extensive oral health issues, the All On 4 or All On 6 procedure can be a great option. If you have just a few teeth missing you may be a better candidate for dental implants.

Are Dental Implants Painful?

So many people steer clear of dental procedures because they are worried about pain. But, thanks to technological advancements in medicine, getting dental implants isn’t nearly as painful as you might think. 

Local Anesthetic & Sedation

On the surface, of course, it doesn’t sound “fun” to get dental implants. However, dental offices provide local anesthetic that can make the area go numb. As a result, you won’t feel a thing. If you are especially nervous or fidgety, some offices even provide IV sedation.

When the area is completely numb, the dentist will start to do their work, and you won’t feel a thing throughout the entire procedure. 

At-Home Pain Management

Your dentist will give you something to take for the pain at home or suggest an over-the-counter option that you can use. It’s less likely that you’ll feel a lot of pain, and more likely that your gums will be tender. You might have a hard time eating certain foods for a few days, or it may feel like your gums are sensitive.

You can reduce the pain you might be feeling after receiving dental implants by practicing some of the following tips: 

  • Sticking to a liquid diet for 24-48 hours
  • Avoiding extremely hot or cold foods for 48 hours
  • Rinsing with salt water 3-4 times a day after the surgery

Of course, you can also manage the pain at home by taking Tylenol or other dentist-recommended pain relievers. 

A Healthier Smile

You don’t have to be embarrassed about your smile any longer. Dental implants are one of the best solutions available to restore the healthy look of your teeth. When you make an investment in dental implants, you’re making an investment in yourself and your oral health. 

If you would like to know more about dental implants and whether they’re right for you, feel free to contact our office for an initial consultation. Together, we can decide the best route to restore your smile.

The Benefits of Cosmetic Dentistry

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Are you looking to upgrade your smile and turn heads when you walk in the room? Do you want to get more self-confidence going into a job interview, first date, and so on? If so, then you should consider cosmetic dentistry services.

What is cosmetic dentistry? As opposed to general dentistry services, cosmetic dentistry services are aimed at improving the aesthetic of your teeth. There are several treatments to do that. it can help you get the smile you’ve always wanted.

See below for a list of benefits that you will receive when you get serviced by a cosmetic dentist such as Dr. Trujillo.

1. More Self-Confidence

Imagine walking into your job with a brand-new smile. Your straight and bright smile can give you self-confidence in even the most nervous of situations such as meetings with upper management, going to a party, and so on.

Cosmetic dentistry patients all receive a boost in their self-confidence due to the smile improving their overall physical appearance. Even things like going to the gym will be more enjoyable with an improved aesthetic.

Without the benefits of cosmetic dentistry, you might experience problems with your teeth that lower your self-esteem. You might have tooth stains, crooked teeth, and even missing teeth that make you self-conscious about smiling in public.

Do you have more gums covering your teeth than you’d like? You might consider gum contouring to expose more of the tooth’s surface. Are some of your teeth improperly sized or chipped? You can get dental contouring and bonding to straighten things up.

No matter what issues you’re having with the aesthetic of your smile, our cosmetic dentistry team has a service to solve it.

2. Younger Appearance

Believe it or not, receiving cosmetic dentistry can shave a few years off your face. A straight and bright smile is often associated with youth, meaning you get a shot of “youth” to your appearance after receiving cosmetic dental services.

No matter how well you take care of your teeth and prioritize your oral hygiene, your teeth are bound to become more yellow as you age. While teeth whitening services are a great option, you’ll also need cosmetic dentistry to fix a chipped tooth or receding gumline.

When you schedule an initial appointment with your cosmetic dentist, they’ll assess your current smile and make a few recommendations. You can also inform them of your concerns or things that you’re looking to correct in your smile as well.

The result is a newer, younger-looking you with a fresh supply of confidence. You’ll find any reason to show off your youthful smile!

3. Improved Oral Health

Contrary to popular belief, cosmetic dental treatments aren’t just for improving the aesthetic of your smile. They’re also aimed at improving your teeth’s functionality.

For example, your incisors are the four front teeth on the bottom and top of your jaw that are responsible for biting into your food. However, if one of them is crooked or misshapen, it can’t perform its job correctly.

Teeth that are not properly aligned can cause the misalignment of your jaw and affect your Temporomandibular joint (TMJ). Chewing may become impaired or even painful.

This impairment may cause headaches and other health issues. It may even lead to avoiding eating certain nutritious foods like carrots or anything that require a properly functioning jaw to chew.

By receiving cosmetic dental treatments, you’ll be optimizing your teeth to chew food properly in order to digest it more efficiently.

4. Less Pain

Perhaps you find it incredibly painful to eat food that’s too hot or too cold. Maybe you suffer from headaches that are caused by muscle tension in your jaw. These are just two examples of how your teeth’s current condition can negatively affect your health.

By visiting a cosmetic dentist team, patients can finally access relief from the pain they’ve experienced for so long.

For example, the pain you get from eating cold food could be from gum recession caused by you brushing your teeth too hard. If too much of the tooth is exposed, it can cause a shot of pain or discomfort.

Fortunately, a cosmetic dentist can help you get back to where you can eat cold food comfortably and have an improved smile in the process.

5. Accountability for Oral Hygiene

Many patients struggle to find the inspiration to keep up with a proper oral hygiene routine, which should consist of brushing, flossing, and using antiseptic mouthwash twice a day.

If you are constantly reminded of the faults of your smile in the mirror, then you’re less likely to stick with the routine and keep your gums/teeth healthy.

However, after receiving cosmetic dentistry services from Dr. Trujillo and his team, you’ll be reinvigorated to take better care of your smile. 

Your new and beautiful smile will give you a level of accountability that you’ve never had before. Whether you aim to keep the results of your teeth whitening treatment or start brushing less aggressively after a gum graft, you’ll be motivated to improve.

Get access to a smile that you’re proud of by scheduling an initial appointment. There you can ask questions and learn more about procedures to fix your smile.

Unlock the Benefits of Cosmetic Dentistry For Your Smile Today

Now that you have seen the different benefits of receiving cosmetic dentistry, it’s time that you find the right cosmetic dentist team to work with.

Be sure to read this page to learn more about Dr. Ariel Trujillo and how his experience can transform your smile and improve your life!

For more inquiries, please begin by visiting this page to request an appointment and we will be happy to assist you further.

The Benefits of LANAP Treatment During COVID-19

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In the United States, gum disease is one of the most common dental diseases among adults. A case of gum disease can be as mild as gingivitis or as severe as advanced periodontitis. Periodontitis, which is the most common cause of tooth loss and decay, must be treated immediately to stave off further damage or infection.

Before making an appointment, you may have a number of reasonable concerns regarding traditional treatment. Whether you’re wary about having to stop your medication before surgery or increasing your risk of COVID-19 during treatment, there are many risks that traditional gum surgery poses that LANAP treatment does not.

Fortunately, laser-assisted new attachment procedure (LANAP) surgery is a much safer and less invasive alternative to traditional treatment. Not only is this form of surgery a more comfortable option, but it’s also far more accessible in the age of a pandemic. If you’re looking for a convenient and low-risk way to properly treat your gum disease, scheduling a LANAP appointment with Dr. Trujillo may be the solution you need.

Dr. Trujillo and his office staff are wonderful. From the moment you call the office you are helped in every way possible. I’ve had traumatic experiences with dentist offices before. Dr. Trujillo’s and his staff have helped me to over come my fears surrounding dental work. Dr. Trujillo takes his time, is patient and does magnificent work. I couldn’t of gone anywhere better. Thank you Dr. Trujillo and all your staff as well.

Kathleen A.

What Makes LANAP Surgery Different

Ever since it was approved for use in dental practices in 2004, LANAP treatment has proven to be a highly effective and minimally invasive form of gum surgery. Unlike conventional gum treatment solutions, LANAP utilizes fine lasers to achieve periodontal regeneration. This allows for a less painful and more efficient surgical procedure.

To accomplish this goal, the lasers used in LANAP surgery work to restore the connective tissue in your gums. This process is vital to improving your oral health after developing gum disease. At the same time, LANAP treatment helps to eliminate the harmful bacteria and plaque that builds up on your gums as a result of periodontitis. This ensures that your gums have a stronger and healthier foundation following LANAP treatment.

One of the most notable aspects of LANAP surgery is its ability to restore your gums without causing unneeded harm. With help from fine-tuned lasers, LANAP directly addresses the source of inflammation in your gums while ensuring that you don’t lose any healthy connective tissue. Not only does this help reduce the amount of pain you experience during treatment, but it also keeps your gums healthier and stronger following surgery.

Benefits of LANAP Treatment

More Americans are turning to LANAP to safely and effectively treat periodontitis. If you’re curious about what sets this advanced form of treatment apart from conventional treatment, it’s important to familiarize yourself with the benefits of LANAP.

Minimal Pain

One of the main advantages of LANAP surgery is minimized pain and swelling. Because this treatment involves the use of lasers instead of the typical cut-and-stitch method, patients tend to experience less pain than usual after the procedure. There is also a reduced pain response during the procedure itself, as surgeons normally numb the patient’s mouth before beginning treatment.

Less Recovery Time

As a result of this lower level of discomfort, you can expect to recover more quickly from LANAP treatment. While conventional surgery can take two to four weeks for patients to fully recover from pain and swelling, the recovery period for LANAP is often less than twenty-four hours. This allows patients to enjoy their normal lifestyle much more quickly than they would if they’d chosen traditional surgery.

No Need to Stop Medications Before Treatment

Moreover, there is no need to stop taking your medication prior to beginning treatment. While traditional gum surgery normally requires you to put your meds on hold for safety reasons, there’s no danger in taking medication prior to your LANAP treatment. Knowing that you’re free to continue taking care of your health before surgery is one of the many reasons why LANAP is a safer and more convenient form of gum surgery.

Less Invasive

If you’re concerned about staying protected from the coronavirus during treatment, you can find peace of mind in knowing that LANAP is a safer alternative to traditional surgery. Because it is a less invasive procedure by definition, there’s a lower risk of being exposed to COVID-19 particles during treatment. In addition, the reduced pain and recovery time means you’ll be less likely to visit the dentist again to treat recurring problems. Spending less time in the office ultimately minimizes your risk of contracting the coronavirus.

What to Expect From LANAP Surgery

To be as comfortable as possible during LANAP surgery, it’s important to know what to expect from the procedure. LANAP treatment is typically divided into two separate sessions. The surgeon will work on the first side of your mouth during the first session, and he or she will complete the second side of your mouth during the second session. These two sessions are typically scheduled a week apart from each other to allow for sufficient healing and recovery.

Following the procedure, it’s important to take the right precautions to keep your teeth and gums healthy. While your dentist will likely prescribe a specific regimen to follow, there are a few universal precautions that all patients should take after undergoing LANAP treatment.

One of the most important habits to change after surgery is your diet. Following a LANAP procedure, you should be sure to avoid consuming any foods that may harm your teeth or gums. It’s best to limit your diet to liquids and soft foods that are easy on your teeth and won’t cause any further pain. Be sure to consult with your dentist to ensure that you take the proper measures to protect your teeth and gums.

Getting the Results You Want From LANAP Treatment

If you’re ready to rescue your teeth from the debilitating effects of periodontitis, LANAP surgery is the safe and convenient option you’re looking for. Not only will you have a greater chance of recovering faster and with less pain, but you’ll also have the opportunity to reduce your COVID-19 risk. Schedule an appointment today with Dr. Trujillo to receive the state-of-the-art treatment you need to find relief from gum disease.

Start your day with a beautiful smile.

When you visit our office, your oral health is our top priority. Dr. Trujillo and his entire team is dedicated to providing you with the personalized, gentle care that you deserve.