New Summus Dental Laser Features Live On Call Interactive Solutions

November 4, 2020

Horizon complete laser system designed to allow dental practices to easily and economically integrate laser therapy into their treatment protocols.

Featuring the company’s exclusive On Call technology that allows users to directly access a concierge-style service at the touch of a button, the new Horizon dental laser from Summus is described as the first of its kind complete laser system that allows you to easily and affordably integrate laser therapy into your practice.

The Horizon laser system includes a video camera that provides a Video Chat with Summus professionals and allows users to record their Live Training Sessions. The system is designed to provide consistent, precise, reproducible results for your patients.

The complete laser system includes:

  • Progressive Treatments
    A patient can be set-up for a treatment plan. The protocol will vary as the patient progresses through the plan.
  • Independent Wavelength Control
    Each wavelength has a different effect on the body. This allows a condition to receive the optimal therapy.
  • Automatic Optic Identification
    The laser automatically recognizes which optic is being used. This is important from a safety and user experience standpoint, according to the manufacturer.
  • 4 Wavelengths
    980nm Improves Circulation; 915nm Enhances Oxygen Delivery; 810nm Increases ATP Production; and 650nm Accelerates Surface Healing.
  • Phased Protocols
    Each protocol is built with multiple phases of wavelengths and pulsing.
  • Visual Guidance
    Motion graphics displayed on screen will guide clinicians through treatments with confidence.
  • Trigger Point Therapy
    Users are guided to corresponding trigger points associated with multiple pain syndromes.

Summus’ exclusive On Call Technology connects with the company’s dedicated staff of knowledgeable laser therapy experts to answer clinical questions, schedule a training, access marketing and service support, and more.

Horizon can be used for a number of dental applications, including periodontics and general dentistry.

Summus Medical LasersTM deliver specific red and near-infrared wavelengths of laser light to induce a photochemical reaction and therapeutic effect. Laser therapy has been used in Europe since the 1970s and Summus Medical Laser was cleared by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 2005.

For more information, visit Summuslaser.com.

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