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    About Dr. Eric Linden

    Dr. Eric Linden: An Innovator and Teacher of Laser Dentistry.

    Dr. Eric Linden is a Periodontist with 30 years’ experience in periodontal and implant specialty practice. Over the last 15+ years, he has performed thousands of procedures with very predictable and successful outcomes using several different lasers, including LANAP and new laser protocols for the treatment of periodontal disease and peri-implantitis. He is a Clinical Professor of Periodontics and Implantology at Columbia University School of Dental Medicine and Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center (more). He was the first periodontist to perform Laser Periodontal Surgery (LANAP) in New York City and New Jersey, and is respected by his colleagues as a pioneer in laser periodontics. He also specializes in bone regeneration, dental implants, and biostimulation. When necessary, he employs traditional periodontics. Dr. Linden is often requested to review research, clinical papers, case reports, and manuscripts for publication in the “International Journal of Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry“, Dentistry Today, and Implant Practice – US.

     

    Dr. Linden is one of the first periodontists in the world to use four types of lasers. Each of has a specific application in the treatment of periodontal disease and peri-implantitis. Dr. Linden uses whichever is most appropriate for each case:

    • ND/YAG, the kind used in LANAP™ & LAPIP
    • Erbium laser
    • CO2 laser
    • Diode laser

    See full story.

    Thanks, in part, to Dr. Linden’s efforts to popularize the laser and instruct others in its use, more and more dental professionals are acquiring and using the technology. There are nearly 1,800 doctors in the world qualified to use the Nd/YAG (neodymium-doped:yttrium, aluminum, and garnet) laser for the advanced treatment of periodontal disease and peri-implant disease. But Dr. Linden is among only 29 officially certified by the Institute for Advanced Laser Dentistry to train and teach other dental professionals in its use.

     

    He has now helped thousands of patients, treating gum disease, performing tooth extractions, implants, and other periodontal procedures with various dental lasers.

     

    Most periodontists still treat advanced gum disease with traditional surgery… read more..

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    Dr. Eric Linden’s Publications & Lectures

    Recent Publications

    Laser Use in Periodontics and Peri-implantitis – in Decisions in Dentistry, The Journal of Multidisciplinary Care

    Laser Basics – Dimensions of Dental Hygiene

    Implant-safe settings for SuperPulse 10,600 nm CO2 laser-assisted, closed flap peri-implantitis treatment. Implant Practice-US; February 26, 2016
    SuperPulse 10.6 µm CO2 laser-assisted, closed flap treatment of peri-implantitis. Implant Practice-US; August 24, 2015

    Journal of the American Dental Association Logo

    The July issue of the Journal of the American Dental Association has published a letter by Dr. Eric Linden in response to a controversal article regarding laser periodontal therapy. To read the full text of Dr. Linden’s letter, click the image below:

     

    Dr. Linden's Article Listing

     

    Upcoming Lectures/Courses

    Academy of Osseointegration Annual Meeting

    March 16-18, 2017; Orlando, FL
    “Do Different Lasers have a Role in Peri-implantitis Management ?”

     

    Recent Lectures

    Academy of Laser Dentistry, Annual Meeting

    April 14-16, 2016, Orlando, Florida
    “Closed Flapless Approach in Treating Peri-Implantits/Mucositis utilizing Different Wavelength Lasers”

    2015 AAP International Meeting

    November 17, 2015 – Orlando, Florida
    The Continuing Education Committee of the American Academy of Periodontology chose Dr. Eric Linden from a large pool of applicants to be a presenter in the Innovations in Periodontics Program. Dr. Linden’s presentation was entitled “Closed Flapless Approach in Treating Peri-Implantits/Mucositis utilizing Different Wavelength Lasers”.

    North Shore Long Island Dentists’ Study Group

    September 30, 2015
    Dr Linden presented a lecture on “Advances in Laser Periodontal and Implant Therapy” to 50 full time practicing dentists.

    Florida Association of Periodontists Meeting

    August 14, 2015 – Orlando, Florida
    Dr. Linden spoke as a guest expert on lasers in periodontal therapy.

    Columbia University International Laser Symposium

    December 11, 2014 – New York City
    Laser Physics, and Laser Periodontal Surgery Using Multiple Wavelength Lasers to Treat Periodontal Disease and Failing Dental Implants
    Dr. Linden lectured to a group of periodontists and dentists from Japan. This lecture was part of the International Tarnow Symposium. Translation from English to Japanese was provided during the lecture. These doctors traveled from Japan to hear Dr. Linden speak on lasers. Dr. Linden was invited to Japan to give follow-up lectures for the Japanese Dental Society.

    Greater New York Dental Meeting

    December 3, 2014 – Javits Convention Center, New York City
    Laser Periodontal and Implant Surgery …Choices?
    Dr. Linden discussed the use of dental lasers for the treatment of periodontal disease and peri-implantitis. He described the indications and contraindications of each of the popular dental lasers and their mechanism of action. A brief review of laser physics and absorption concepts was also presented. Clinical cases were shown to demonstrate the effectiveness and safety of laser periodontal and implant disease therapy.

    Columbia University College of Dental Medicine – Continuing Education Course

    Wednesday, December 10, 2014
    “Dental Lasers: What wavelengths are right for your practice?”

    The most common dental laser wavelengths were discussed in detail. Original clinical cases were presented to show how laser therapy can be utilized for the treatment of periodontal disease and peri-implantits.

    New York City College of Technology

    October 28th 2014 – Brooklyn NY
    “Lasers in Periodontics and Dental Implants…Where Are We Today?”
    Over 125 attendees, including hygiene students, alumni, and faculty of the NYC Tech Dental Hygiene program.

    Columbia College of Dentistry, Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, Division of Periodontics and Oral Medicine

    May 13, 2013 – New York City
    “Periodontal Laser Surgery-Overview and Latest Innovations”
    Dr. Linden showed residents and faculty the latest techniques utilized in Periodontal Laser Surgery. Many of these new techniques will be published in the coming year.

    Greater New York Dental Meeting

    November 25th, 2012 – Javits Convention Center, New York City
    “Innovations in Laser Periodontal Therapy”
    Dr. Linden’s lecture was well attended by dentists, hygienists, dental assistants, medical professionals and others. This year, his audience included a number of dentists from outside the US who showed strong interest in his work.

    Earlier Lectures

    Breaking News

    New Articles by Dr. Linden:

    Laser Use in Periodontics and Peri-implantitis – in Decisions in Dentistry, the Journal of Multidisciplinary Care

    Laser Basics – in Dimensions of Dental Hygiene

    Dr. Linden Presents at 2015 AAP International Meeting

    The Continuing Education Committee of the American Academy of Periodontology chose Dr. Eric Linden from a large pool of applicants to be a presenter in the Innovations in Periodontics Program at the AAP’s international meeting in Orlando, Florida on 11/17/2015. Dr. Linden’s presentation was entitled “Closed Flapless Approach in Treating Peri-Implantits/Mucositis utilizing Different Wavelength Lasers”.
    Dr. Eric Linden is one of five doctors selected to serve on the American Academy of Periodontology’s (AAP) “Oversight Committee on Peri-Implantitis” for 2014-15. The AAP has over 8,000 members world wide. This leadership position will have a significant impact on the world-wide standards for the treatment of failing implants and periodontal disease.

    Training Other Professionals

    Dr. Linden with Millenium Dental students

    Dr. Linden regularly visits Los Angeles, California where he teaches the principles of Laser physics, Laser Periodontal Surgery, and Practice Management to a group of esteemed dentists from Japan, Australia, and the US. (photo above) Continued…

     

    Laser Periodontics Bootcamp Buffalo

     

    Dr. Linden teaches residents and doctors from around the world who want to be certified to use laser technology. Dr. Linden was recently part of a team of doctors conducting the first laser certification training for dentists in Buffalo, New York. (photo above)

     

    LAPIP – “Laser Assisted Peri-implantitis Protocol”

    Failing dental implants are a common problem world-wide. No procedure has exhibited success with bone regeneration and reversal of bone loss around implants. Until now. Read more…

    State-of-the-Art Procedures

    Dr. Linden uses the latest and most innovative diagnostic and therapeutic procedures:

    • Laser Periodontal Therapy (LANAP) and Laser Peri-Implantitis Protocol (LAPIP). Dr. Linden is an innovator and acknowledged expert in the use of these highly effective FDA cleared protocols.
    • DNA and HPV testing to help determine the state of patients’ periodontal health, as well as detect any possible genetic proclivity toward periodontal disease. This testing also checks for the HPV virus. The DNA sample is obtained by rubbing a cotton swab on the inside of the cheek. Analysis is conducted by Oral DNA Labs.
    • The world’s highest quality dental implants, manufactured by Nobel Biocare, BIOMET 3i, and NEOSS. Click here to see animated videos of various implant applications.
    • Digital x rays. This superior technology, using equipment from Dexis Diagnostic Imaging, offers numerous benefits to the patient, including reduced exposure to radiation, less waiting time, shorter appointments, involvement in co-diagnosis, and better understanding of treatment.
    • Enhanced Cosmetic Gum Preservation Therapy – new conservative and non invasive techniques to preserve and maintain an aesthetic smile.

    What is LANAP?

    LANAP is an acronym for “Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure”.

    Traditionally, moderate to advanced periodontitis, or gum disease, was treated with surgery involving cutting, stitching, and significant recovery time. This invasive approach was often painful, and was contraindicated for patients taking medications such as blood thinners, certain cardiac medications, and other systemic medications. Although traditional procedures have been successful, LANAP is

    • less invasive
    • more conservative
    • more predictable
    • state-of-the-art
    • not painful, with no cutting, stitching, or bleeding
    • superior to traditional techniques in promoting bone regeneration

    It should be made clear that LANAP does not emit ionizing radiation, as do x-rays. We have treated pregnant patients with lasers safely for many years without any issues. To make the point perfectly clear, we administer the laser treatment without any lead shielding, as there is no harmful radiation whatsoever.

    More about LANAP.

    LANAP/Laser Surgery Videos

    New Jersey TV NEWSChannel 12 recently taped a medical segment with Dr. Linden, including video of him performing LANAP on a live patient, and an interview discussing laser treatment, gum disease, and its systemic connections, causes, treatment, etc.

    LANAP/Laser Surgery Animation

    Healthy Mouth, Healthy You

    There are more bacteria living in your mouth than there are people living on earth. The video below
    illustrates on a microscopic level why good oral care can affect not only your mouth, but your overall health.

     

    Excellent video explaining the LANAP protocol and the benefits of laser periodontal surgery.

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    Dr. Linden has been nothing short of miraculous in his care of my family.

    My family and I have been patients of Dr. Eric Linden for 30 years. During that time he has treated us for varying stages of gum disease, from simple to complex, routine checkups, and emergencies. He .....read more

     

    Dr. Linden is the best periodontist I have ever gone to.

    Dr. Linden is the best periodontist I have ever gone to. I was sent to him to confirm my dentist's evaluation that two teeth needed to be removed. Instead of pulling the teeth, Dr. Linden used laser t.....read more

     

    If you are a serious chicken when it comes to dental care this is the doctor for you!

    If you are a serious chicken when it comes to dental care this is the doctor for you! I learned that I had periodontal disease almost two years ago and I was advised that I needed surgery. When I.....read more

     

    I drive 140 miles each way to see Dr. Linden

    I was treated by Dr. Linden for a mild case of periodontal disease. I did not want to have the routine procedure of treating my gum disease by cutting the gums and damaging healthy tissue. I w.....read more

     

     

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    Recent Q&A's :

    I had to have a front and eye tooth pulled. Since February of 2016, I've had three different procedures: a gum graft, bone graft, and then a ridge augmentation. With each procedure, the gum got progressively worse such that I wound up with a gaping hole with the titanium ridge showing. The periodontist said he can't do any more for me, and actually refunded my money. He suggested I see an oral surgeon, which I did, but he said there is nothing he can do. So now it’s in the hands of my dentist and the lab for me to get the best look I can. The good thing is that my gums do not show when I smile. I'm sorry I didn't work with the original shrinkage, and get the best result I could. Do you think there is any hope for me to achieve a good gum graft?
    Several different professionals have examined you and worked with you in person, so I’m afraid that having not examined you myself, I can’t offer Continue..

    I had combination of pinhole surgery and gum graft a year and half ago to repair gum recession caused by aggressive flossing. However, after the surgery, the gums didn't elongate back to the original height, though they did somewhat. The periodontist explained this is in part because the gums will only cover the tooth as much as there is bone support. Ideally, I would like the gums to "come down" another 2mm. Is there any type of surgery or new advancement that could improve my "long in the tooth" appearance?
    There’s a secondary procedure called “Coronally Advanced Flap” that involves moving the gum up and down, like the blinds on a window. A qualified Continue..

    Have you used LANAP for removal of a blue spot on a lower lip? Are there any side effects? What kind of recovery issues can be expected? Thanks very much.
    Yes, we have removed spots off of lips using the laser, with great success. Usually there is a healing period after any surgical procedure and th Continue..

    I'm fifty years old, have osteopenia, and naturally thin gums. I have always taken very good care of my teeth. I have had three rounds of orthodontia, two in my late teens and the last when I was in my late thirties. I have generalized recession and some bone loss. I don't have periodontal disease and never have. I've had six gum grafts - four with connective tissue (upper teeth) and two free gingival (on my lower teeth). Aesthetically, I have some very small black triangles between all of my front teeth and larger ones on the sides and between my molars. Functionally, the gaps between my teeth collect food. Is LANAP a possibility to help regenerate bone around and between my teeth? Would my papillae be preserved? If bone is regenerated, do the gums "grow" along with the bone and produce a more aesthetic look? I would like my teeth to look better, though I'm not sure that is possible. However, I definitely do not want them to look worse. I also do not want to lose any teeth. What are your thoughts? Thank you for your response.
    Anybody who has generalized recession and bone loss needs a complete periodontal evaluation, with x-rays and clinical measurements. If you have b Continue..

    How long until the tight discomfort of an AlloDerm gum graft goes away? I had a gum graft on 8 lower front teeth due to thinning gums. The procedure was done last week and the tight unnatural feeling is driving me crazy. Please help. Thank you!
    This is part of the normal healing phase. Its duration varies from patient to patient. I apologize for having taken nearly a month to answer this Continue..

    I need a lot of work in my gums. I have so much pain in my jaw and my right ear. I think it’s because my gums are infected. I also have really bad breath.
    Judging from this brief description, you are probably right, but you need to see a professional periodontist to be properly evaluated. I, of cour Continue..

    I have a permanent denture on four implants on my bottom jaw. It was done three years ago and I am now having a lot of pain were the implant is. I'm concerned.
    I would certainly recommend checking back with your Periodontist who placed the implants as well as the restorative dentist who made your denture Continue..

    I have upper dentures that literally fall out of my mouth. I need a sinus lift and bone regeneration. Plus 6 implants. I was told $20,000 for the lift and bone regeneration and $19,000 for the denture. My bottom teeth are not in good shape but I will not have them done for fear of not keeping any denture in my mouth. I do use adhesive but they loosen very fast. I can't afford $40,000 for my top and God knows what the bottom will cost. Are your procedures just as expensive? And what do you see as my options?
    I can answer general questions online, but I cannot accurately or responsibly answer your specific questions without a professional examination, Continue..

    Dr. Linden, I have three questions:
    I had 'traditional' laser treatment in November which helped for a while. In April I went back to the same dentist, who did a gingival flap root planing. This actually worsened the situation and felt too invasive. Then my regular dentist referred me to LANAP treatment, which I did last week.
    Was it ok to have LANAP only one month after flap root planing?
    Out of excitement or whatever reason, I did not properly read or listen to post-op instructions and only followed a soft diet and not a liquid diet for the first 24 hours. I did not chew in any way on the treated side, but now, reading about the importance of the blood clots, I am afraid I undid a large part of the treatment or made it much less effective. How concerned should I be? Does the treatment have to be redone?
    Thanks for your answer.

    In general, we don’t do scaling or root planing before LANAP, but there may always be individual exceptions to general rules. Your periodontist e Continue..

    I had two LANAP treatments, one half mouth on 4/14 and the other half on 4/21. When can I have a glass of wine?
    If you are on a medication which should not be mixed with alcohol, then you should not drink wine. If you are not on any such medication, then ha Continue..

    I had LANAP done 4/25/16 and stuck to the soft diet, but when I ate a soft piece of bread four days later I noticed the white clot around a molar was gone. I am afraid I undid the clot and the tooth may get re-infected. If so, what can be done?
    I would suggest that you have your periodontist take a look at the area in question and determine if anything needs to be done. Continue..

    What is the average cost of full mouth laser surgery? What is lowest the procedure can cost and what is the highest?
    The best solution for the treatment of gum disease is based on an accurate diagnosis, comprehensive examination, and review of a quality set of d Continue..

    How is it determined whether or not tissue is diseased? I believe I have some pale-colored, unhealthy tissue between my teeth. Will LANAP work on this type of tissue even if it's not reddened?
    The laser targets diseased tissue. If the laser periodontist uses the appropriate settings, then the procedure will be successful The tissue does Continue..

    I have a very slight history of cavities over the last several years. But, I had LANAP procedure on all of my teeth December 2014/January 2015 primarily because my teeth were becoming somewhat loose. All of 2015 I was seeing the periodontist for monthly/bi-monthly visits, and I was released in January 2016. X-rays were taken in January 2016 showing I had 5 cavities, two of them under existing crowns. My dentist filled the cavities in March 2016. Now, in the middle of April I went in for a cleaning and learned that I have two more cavities (found by the dental tech during the cleaning). I hardly ever had cavities, but now since LANAP - Seven Cavities? Is there a correlation?
    Neither my extensive experience nor any known research has ever shown a correlation between LANAP and cavities. Perhaps the extra attention given Continue..

    I'm told that my tooth #9 sits in less than 50% of normal bone. Am I a candidate for bone regeneration? The tooth doesn't hurt, although I do treat it very carefully, e.g., if I am called to bite down with front teeth, I bite (also carefully) with #8 only. Thank you.
    Every situation is different. You may be a candidate, but I cannot answer confidently without seeing your x-rays and examining you. Continue..

    If I need a bone graft during flap surgery (recommended by my periodontist) and she plans to use human cadaver bone, is there a risk of infectious disease or rejection? There is only a little bone loss. Won't I develop some bone growth without the graft? The bone loss is not at the roots.
    Cadaver Bone grafts are safe as long as the bone is purchased from a licensed vendor. Each bone batch is labeled and sealed with tracking numbers Continue..

    What can a person do if they need a gum graft but they were told there is not enough blood supply to effectively get one? This is a graft that effects the person’s confidence when they speak and smile and needs to be done in the very front of this person’s mouth above one of her front teeth that is an implant.
    Anybody can get a graft wherever it is needed. The question is whether the graft would go over the root surface, and whether it’s the right choic Continue..

    I am 68 years old only have 3 bottom teeth grouped together. I was thinking of getting implants but would rather keep the 3 teeth with a new partial denture. What would I need to do to hold on to those 3 teeth? What is your recommendation?
    We’d have to do a full evaluation on the three remaining teeth to determine the bone level, the health of the gum tissue, and the stability, and Continue..