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MDT announced the largest sign-up of General Practitioners for Presentation on True Regeneration at the 2016 CDA Presents Innovations in Dentistry

Presentation by Robert H. Gregg II, DDS is currently sold out!

ANAHEIM, Calif., May 11, 2016 /PRNewswire/ –– Millennium Dental Technologies’ presentation on True Regeneration with the LANAP protocol by inventor Robert H. Gregg II, DDS, is now Sold Out with thelargest sign up of general dentists in the company’s 20 year history. Answering the ever increasing patient demand for gingivitis and gum disease treatment by a growing population of the public concerned about their overall health, general dentists and patients alike are clamoring for minimally invasive treatment options.

“Patients don’t want bone cutting and shaving surgery, tooth extractions, dentures or implants. People want to save and preserve their natural teeth and bone!” remarks Dr. Gregg

True periodontal regeneration through the LANAP Protocol is a science proven and FDA cleared therapy using the PerioLase MVP-7 dental laser and advanced ultrasonics to regrow bone and tissues lost to gum disease, without classic bone surgery, or bone grafts and stiches.  Technology now trumps manual stainless steel and older techniques.

“True Regeneration is now easily in the hands of general dentists. It’s no surprise the demand by general dentists is skyrocketing, when they realize they can get results as good or better than other treatment modality—without grafts, pig protein injections, lab processed biologics, artificial growth factors, etc.,” remarks Dr. Gregg. “With laser assisted regeneration, it’s hard to argue the LANAP Protocol not superior to any other full mouth gum disease treatment therapies.”

Dental professionals unable to attend the Friday evening presentation are invited to stop by Millennium Dental Technologies, Inc. Exhibit #1635 during the CDA Presents Innovations in Dentistry in Anaheim May 12-14, 2016.

85% of US adults have some level of gum disease, yet only 3% of those diagnosed with moderate-to-severe levels receive treatment. The LANAP protocol – developed as a No Cut, No Sew, No Fear treatment for the dentist and patient alike – gives general dentists and specialists a proven tissue-sparing treatment with the world’s first and ONLY United States FDA regulatory clearance for periodontal regeneration, re-growing bone lost to gum disease.

“Periodontal regeneration: True Regeneration™ of the attachment apparatus– including new cementum, new periodontal ligament, and new alveolar bone on a previously diseased root surface when used with the LANAP protocol.” (FDA 510(k)-151763).

ABOUT MILLENNIUM DENTAL TECHNOLOGIES INC.: Headquartered in Cerritos, Calif., Millennium Dental Technologies, Inc., is the developer of the LANAP® protocol for the regeneration of periodontal tissues destroyed by gum disease, and the manufacturer of the PerioLase® MVP-7™, the world’s first pulsed Nd:YAG digital dental laser. By providing a patient and doctor friendly experience with virtually no pain, bleeding, or post procedure infection, MDT’s FDA-cleared and patented LANAP® / LAR™ protocol removes the fear from gum disease treatment, offering a vastly less painful and less invasive, full-mouth regenerative treatment alternative to conventional scalpel/suture flap surgery. The PerioLase® MVP-7 is a 6-watt, free-running, variable-pulsed Nd:YAG dental laser featuring digital technology and 7 pulse durations in the 1064 nanometer wavelength, giving it the power and versatility to perform a wide range of soft- and hard-tissue laser procedures. The PerioLase® MVP-7™ is also developed for the LAPIP™ protocol, for the treatment of ailing and failing implants. Established in 1994, the company’s founding clinician Robert H. Gregg II DDS, and wife Dawn M. Gregg DDS, continue to operate the company with the founding vision: “The Patient Comes First.” For more information, visit

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