What is laser dentistry?
If you’ve never heard of this innovative type of dental care, now is the time to learn. Laser dentistry is a minimally invasive option when you’re facing gum surgery, cavity treatment, or other oral issues. Discuss your laser surgery options with one of our dentists today.
The most common indications of lasers is in soft tissue surgery and painful conditions of the mouth such as oral ulcers.
They are advocated in those patients who have an underlying medical condition and cannot undergo conventional surgical procedures.
The biggest advantages of dental laser treatment is that it is pain free, involves minimal bleeding and is devoid of any side effects. Dental lasers are also used to treat peri-implant diseases.
Laseev Dual 980nm+1470nm
This highly compact diode laser features the combination of two wavelengths,980 nm and 1470 nm offering a variety of tissue interactions. Each wavelength can be individually selected or blended together to offer the perfect desired tissue effects such as incision, excision,vaporization, hemostasis and coagulation of soft tissue with contact or non-contact delivery options for open and endoscopic procedures. For the first time the clinicians can perform laser surgery selectively, with settings individually tailored to the tissue type and the desired tissue effects and thus corresponding to the therapeutic needs.
LASEEV -Dual (810)980nm+1470nm Laser Technology Better Meets Your Dental Needs
LASEEV 810nm and 980nm wavelength diode dental laser are the most researched wavelength used in soft tissue units; The unique dual-wavelength technology combines the 810-nm wavelength optimally absorbed by melanin and hemoglobin with the 980-nm wavelength optimized for absorption by water they have energy and wavelength characteristics that specifically target oral soft tissues.
The 810nm and 980nm wavelength has been shown to have a significant long-term bactericidal effect in periodontal pockets; scaling and root planing outcomes are enhanced. Finally, the patient is typically more comfortable; gingival healing is faster, more stable.