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    Choosing a dental laser for your practice

    A look at some of the newest and most advanced dental lasers available.

    Lasers have been used in dentistry for more than two decades, and during that time they’ve become known as an effective treatment for a variety of procedures, including removing inflamed tissues, treating infections and whitening teeth.

    LasersLasers allow dentists to perform detailed and precise procedures and, in some cases, they may cause less pain and minimize bleeding. Today, lasers are available in multiple wavelengths and many utilize built-in batteries, meaning clinicians can now be more mobile when it comes to providing treatment. Ongoing training and education allow dentists to offer better, more effective treatment.

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    As laser dentistry continues to evolve, clinicians now have more choices than ever when it comes to selecting a laser for their practice. Whether you’re interested in an all-tissue laser, a diode laser, a soft-tissue model or all of the above, the lasers in the next few pages offer a range of costs, sizes and capabilities.

    Click through the slides to view some of the most advanced lasers on the market.


    Kristen Mott
    Kristen Mott is the associate editor for Dental Products Report and Digital Esthetics.


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