How Much Does Periodontal Surgery Cost?

Periodontal disease infects the supporting tissues and bones that hold your bones in place and will primarily affect those who are in their 30s and 40s.  According to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, it’s caused by poor oral hygiene, smoking, chronic illnesses or using certain medications.

The price for this type of surgery depends on how many teeth need to be treated, the severity of the issue, which treatment option you have done, where you live and the dentist performing the procedure.

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How much is it?

Type of ProcedureAverage Price
Deep Cleaning$200 to $400 per quadrant
LANAP$5,000 to $15,000+ for a full treatment
Non-definitive laser periodontal therapy$250 to $450 per session. Plan on at least 8 to 10 sessions.
Osseous Periodontal Surgery$1,000 to $2,500 per quadrant
Perioscopy$400 to $1,000 per quadrant
Regenerative Periodontal Endoscopy℠$700 to $1,200 per quadrant or $2,800 to $4,800 for a full mouth.

NOTE:  Special thanks to PerioPeak Innovations, the website we sourced above, for providing a lot of this information.

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