Laser Periodontal Associates of New York
Are you considering a facelift but want a less invasive option?
Laser Periodontal Associates of New York offers laser treatments that stimulate new collagen growth. Using the body’s natural healing process Dr. Lehrman can lift, tone, and tighten skin along the jawline, mouth, chin or lips without the need for a lengthy surgery and recovery.
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We are pleased to announce our new office opening in Southampton, NY. For complete location details, to schedule a consultation, or if you have any questions, please visit our Southampton Office page.
We look forward to serving all of Long Island and Suffolk County with the same quality care as our Midtown Manhatten location.
Dr. Neal Lehrman presented to the Facial Plastic Surgery Society of NY on the treatment of pigmented facial lesions with the utilization of a specific Nd:YAG laser. The basics of wavelength absorption and biostimulation were discussed in the treatment of facial scar amelioration, herpetic lesions and gingival depigmentation via the ReGenalight™ protocol. Both basic science and case studies were reviewed.
Dr. Neal Lehrman presented to the Scarsdale Dental Society on the use of targeted laser energy in the treatment of periodontal, peri-implant and corollary oral conditions. The discussion was based on both the scientific background of this unique approach as well as review of clinical case studies. Utilizing a targeted delivery of a specific laser energy, Dr. Lehrman described for the attendees a new approach to the removal of unwanted tissues without compromising the underlying healthy periodontal attachment.
Utilizing the same approach that Dr Lehrman has perfected in laser assisted gingival ( gum ) depigmentation, Dr Lehrman is pleased to announce that he is now offering lip depigmentation as an option for those patients that have dark or unevenly pigmented lips. The procedure is usually done in 1 visit with little to no post-operative discomfort as the laser removes the pigment and helps in advancing the healing without any inflammation.
Please contact the office today to see how we can help you achieve your goals.
Dr. Lehrman delivered a lecture to the Department of Dental Oncology at MSKCC in NYC. The discussion focused on an innovative approach to the treatment of ONJ and ORN utilizing a specific FDA cleared protocol and Nd:YAG laser. Patients can now have options to treat this devastating disease other than radical resective surgery. As research continues, we are expanding our approach to management of this unfortunate but expected outcome of many anti-cancer drug regimens.
Osteonecrosis of the Jaw(ONJ) and Osteo-Radionecrosis(ORN), respectively, are two conditions that have been shown to be very destructive to patients who have successfully been treated for many life-threatening diseases. Everyday procedures such as extractions and treatment for periodontal (gum) diseases can become devastating to the patient because of the inability to clot normally to allow for regeneration of healthy tissues. Read the rest of this entry »
Dr. Lehrman’s seminar at the 64th American Academy of Implant Dentistry in Las Vegas, NV will focus on the issue that is now becoming an epidemic amongst the dental implant community. As communities age out, many well placed dental implants succumb to both peri-implantitis and peri-implant mucositis. The need for a comprehensive approach to combat this ever growing problem is discussed form both a scientific bent with an eye to offering reproducible treatment strategies.
Dr. Neal Lehrman, Clinical Asst. Professor in the Dept. of Periodontics at Rutgers SDM, is pleased to announce the creation of a LANAP program to treat patients within the dental school/ hospital setting. In conjunction with MDT and the IALD, Rutgers SDM and the dept. of post graduate periodontics has dedicated facilities to house a Periolase MVP-7 laser, which will allow for formal training of faculty and students alike to perform this modality of therapy, both within the confines of the school and once they complete their studies. Read the rest of this entry »