How Lasers Deliver for Your Patients and Your Practice
September 28, 2015
Enhance your practice and patient care by integrating new technology
Reduce a patient’s physical and emotional discomfort during dental visits
Increase appointment efficiency and results
Technology is fundamentally changing the practice of dentistry. While lasers have been used in dentistry since 1994, today they feature many design and technical advantages over early models. Laser systems are now portable, ergonomic, and convenient to use.
Solea™ is the first CO2 9.3-μm laser system cleared by the FDA for hard and soft tissue ablation. It’s fast, precise, virtually noiseless, and anesthesia-free and blood-free for the vast majority of procedures. The speed and reliability of this laser mean that the clinician and patients benefit from dramatically reduced chair time.
Laser dentistry offers an edge to dental practices that are taking advantage of business marketing and branding to acquire new patients, maintain current ones, and increase referrals. Discerning patients want the latest advances in health care, and have become familiar with lasers through vision correction. As patients continue to expect more from their dental appointments in terms of comfort, efficiency, and results, incorporating lasers into the practice becomes an outstanding opportunity to meet—and exceed—those expectations.