Dental Laser

Dental Laser

Once a seemingly futuristic technology only for the most adventurous clinicians, dental lasers are now a common tool helping general practitioners and dental specialists cut and ablate both soft and hard tissues. Lasers have been embraced by clinicians and patients alike because they allow for efficient, minimally invasive treatments that often can be completed with minimal bleeding and most importantly without causing noticeable pain. With some patients lasers allow you to provide comprehensive treatment without the use any anesthetic which saves time and provides a vastly improved patient experience.
There are a wide range of dental lasers available. Some of them are designed as versatile tools for a wide array of treatments, while others are specialized technologies for specific treatment protocols. Training in laser dentistry is still important, but with graphical interfaces, touchscreen controls and other operational efficiencies, the newest lasers are very easy to operate.

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