Dr. Kaz Zymantas Brings Laser Gum Surgery to Naperville, IL for Gum Disease Treatment and Decreased Risk of Bone Loss

Naperville, IL (PRWEB) April 05, 2014

Dr. Zymantas treats patients suffering with gum disease symptoms with laser gum surgery in the Naperville, IL area. Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure, or LANAP, utilizes an FDA cleared laser, the Periolase MVP-7, to remove gum disease and bacteria while simultaneously stimulating bone growth. The bone regeneration stimulated by LANAP also lowers the odds of losing teeth. When teeth are lost, one of the inevitable consequences is bone loss in the jaw which can lead to a myriad of other problems. Preventing tooth and bone loss with the use of LANAP is a very important factor in overall oral health.

LANAP has many unique benefits and is used to specifically target and remove both diseased tissue and the accompanying bacterial cause. The Periolase MVP-7 laser utilizes a specific wavelength of light that is absorbed only in the darkly pigmented diseased tissue, while not impacting healthy gum tissue and teeth. One of the benefits of LANAP is the fact that most patients can resume normal, everyday activities immediately after the procedure. This makes the procedure ideal for many patients because it allows them to get back to their lives faster than traditional gum surgery, plus it requires no cutting or stitching which is also a benefit of LANAP.

Although traditional gum surgery can also help prevent tooth and bone loss, LANAP offers a less painful and more effective option because the Periolase MVP-7 promotes bone regeneration. The laser also only affects diseased tissue which allows for healthy tissue to stay in place and support the teeth. Bone loss is a serious consequence of gum disease because without a healthy, well-anchored tooth, the jaw bone will eventually be reabsorbed, making most tooth replacement options difficult, if not impossible. Bone loss also has some dramatic cosmetic consequences including the loss of facial and mouth structure.

Patients who are suffering with gum disease symptoms and would like to learn about laser gum surgery in the Naperville, IL area should call Dr. Zymantas at 630-303-9403 or visit his website at http://www.lanapnaperville.com.

About the Doctor

Dr. Kaz Zymantas is a general dentist offering personalized dental care for patients in Naperville, IL for over 30 years. Dr. Zymantas received his Doctor of Dental Surgery from the University of Illinois and has earned a fellowship in the American Academy of General Dentistry, an honor belonging to only three percent of dentists in the world. Dr. Zymantas is part of one percent of dental professionals providing the LANAP FDA cleared laser procedure for gum disease and periodontal treatment. To learn more about Dr. Zymantas and his dental services visit his website at http://www.lanapnaperville.com and call 630-303-9403.

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Over the past month or so PetsitUSA has undergone some reworking.  You may not notice the differences, but the coding will make the site more secure and increase search engine rankings.  If you are looking to join, then you can get a discount by submitting blog posts about pet sitting.  These posts will also help increase the city rankings.

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Who’s to Blame for Interrupted Mail Delivery? A Chihuahua

If you need more reasons to keep your dog on the leash or safely in your house, here’s one: The U.S. Postal Service might stop delivering your mail. Or, as in the case of a neighborhood in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, it might stop delivering mail to your entire block.

The mail carrier assigned to the block has reported feeling threatened by a Chihuahua mix wandering around without a leash several times. After the fifth time, the USPS decided that enough was enough and issued notices to about 12 residences that mail services were being suspended until owner Guillermo Tellez controlled the dog.

“The dog has interfered, on a number of occasions, with the delivery of the mail in that particular neighborhood,” USPS spokesman Richard Watkins told TV station KCRG. “Once we know that the dog owner has taken responsibility and is making sure that dog is not running free in the neighborhood, the mail delivery will continue.”

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This dog is not making friends in the neighborhood. The USPS has stopped delivery after five encounters by its carriers.

As you can imagine, Tellez's neighbors aren't happy about having to visit the post office to pick up their mail. Elmer Kasey was very direct and descriptive on his feelings about the whole thing:

"It's a bunch of poop," he told a television reporter. "I think if it's got stamps on it and it says to deliver it, they should deliver it."

A lot of the neighbors share Kasey's frustration, but they also understand, having had their own problems with Tellez's pet.

"We got chased a couple of times just bringing groceries into our house in our own driveway," says Alyssa Taylor, who lives next door. "And then, we called animal control at that point and they did come and seize the dog because it did not have its vaccines up to date. Two weeks later my five-year-old was bit in the leg in the back of our own yard."

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Tellez, however, says that his pet is a "nice dog" who gets along with children, and only occasionally gets out. Nice or not, the dog needs to stay on a leash or behind a fence, and until then, the street's mailboxes are staying empty.


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It’s OK to laugh

On March first, I hit ‘send’ and the first draft of my manuscript went flying through the ether to New York to land in the capable hands of my editor. It was simultaneously exhilarating and terrifying. If any of you watched the Oscars and heard De Niro deliver this little nugget:

The mind of a writer can be a truly terrifying thing. Isolated, neurotic, caffeine-addled, crippled by procrastination, consumed by feelings of panic, self-loathing, and soul-crushing inadequacy. And that’s on a good day.

That pretty much sums up my experience of churning out a manuscript. It lifted my spirits to know I was in such good company in my certainty of inadequacy. I’m still not sure of the publication date yet; it depends on a lot of things, such as Grand Central’s current catalogue and how many rounds of editing the book has to go through before it’s whipped into shape like a perfect meringue. I’ll be sure to keep you posted because I did guarantee AT LEAST 25 copies sold and my mom can’t buy them all. :)

In the meantime, I set myself to a side task which turned out to be rather entertaining. As part of my contract I get to submit about 15 black and white photos for the book, covering my life with Taffy, Emmett, and Kekoa. The latter two I’m set on, but finding old pictures from my childhood was a bit more of a challenge.

My father, like my husband now, was an early adopter of new photo technology. This is all fine and good if the technology sticks, but of course as we’ve found it usually doesn’t. This resulted in two major problems:

1. 1975-1983 exists solely on old slides.

2. 1997-2002, the early digital age which also coincided with vet school, ended up on an old-school iOmega zip disk. The whereabouts of said discs are unknown. They may be floating in a box that’s been packed since the day I left vet school, or in a Goodwill store somewhere, or maybe Brian put them on an old PC that is also dead and gone, who knows. It is possible the pictures could be recovered if I actually HAD them, but at this point I would need a genie and a committed tech nerd.

Fortunately for me, my father kept his slides miraculously intact, and spent the last year faithfully transferring them into a digital format. It was crazy to see what he delivered, keeping in mind the last time my father actually set up the projector in the house was 1983. I hadn’t seen any of those pictures since then, kindergarten, first communion, all those moments from decades ago. Taffy as a puppy.

I chose one or two of Taffy looking cute then a few more of me looking as dorky as possible, which meant pretty much all of them (I had a very extended awkward phase.) So because I love you all and I thought it was funny, I wanted to share one of the pics I didn’t end up using but is very illustrative of my formative years:

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I’ll need my sister (the elegant brunette in the back) to chime in on the age of this one. Mid 80s for sure. And there’s me, the love child of Sandy Squirrel and Benny Hill:


It was a bad time for fashion in general.

And of course Taffy, who was as always plotting her escape. Or perhaps planning where in the house she wanted to pee next. I owe my dedication to the newest odor removing technology to years of following her around with an ineffectual roll of paper towels and whatever carpet cleaner they had in the 80s.

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My Arizona Trip, In Photos

My Arizona Trip, In Photos

It’s officially been one week since I returned from my Arizona trip, and I’m still waking up everyday wishing I was there.  There is something to be said for getting up early, walking out the back door, and being greeted with warm sunshine on your skin and a view dotted with mountains and giant Saguaro cacti.  After enduring one of the most grueling Chicago winters in history, something as simple as a morning like that can make your whole day.  Your whole month, even.  Thankfully, April is finally here and I’m holding out hope that the weather here in the midwest will start to include a little sunshine of its own sooner than later.  In the meantime, you’ll find me daydreaming about this trip.

I took a lot of pictures while I was in Arizona, and although I posted many on my Instagram account along the way, I also snapped some others with my DSLR and phone, and thought I’d share a few of my favorites with you guys.  Rather than give you a play by play of our vacation, I’ll let the pictures do the talking this time.  More than anything, baby Essley and I had a lot of really wonderful family time while we were there, including a surprise from her Austin, Texas based cousins (you can read more about that here).  Other highlights included Robbie arriving at the end of our first week and reuniting with us after two weeks apart (and taking Essley to the band’s show – despite the fact that she decided to have a sudden aversion to her noise-canceling headphones, resulting in us having to send the majority of the show backstage), a day trip to Sedona (now a yearly tradition for us), Essley’s first time swimming, a girls’ day which included shopping (I got my new favorite dress at Free People Scottsdale) and lunch at Dr. Andrew Weil’s restaurant True Food, a visit with an old family friend who I hadn’t seen in 20 years, lots of walks and down time by the pool, lots of delicious meals, and some much needed extra sleep. 

This Arizona trip to visit Robbie’s parents and meet him out there for a break in the band’s late winter tour has become an annual thing for me.  I remember last year thinking (hoping) that this time, maybe I’d have a baby with me.  Just a couple of weeks later, I got pregnant.  I can honestly say that having Essley along made the trip infinitely more special.  She did a great a job on both flights (I’m pretty sure she’s got the travel bug in her blood), and it was so much fun watching her take in all of the new sights and sounds (and getting to spend time outside for the first time in her life).  I’m already looking forward to next year.

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