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Designed for ultimate versatility, LightWalker lasers provide one of the most comprehensive lists of clinical applications available on any dental laser. With both tipped and tipless hand-pieces, your clinical options are almost endless.

LightWalker Dental Lasers offer the highest standard of dental treatment, and at the same time simplicity of use in:

  • Conservative Dentistry,
  • Endodontics,
  • Periodontics,
  • Soft-tissue Surgery,
  • Implantology,
  • Aesthetic Treatments.

Dental Lasers

Ezlase and Waterlase MD Turbo

Dental lasers have now been in our industry for many decades. They serve many purposes; contouring bone of gum tissue, treating tooth structure, and even curing the cements that we use to deliver our restorations with.

We have both hard and soft tissue lasers, which means we can treat tooth structure or gum tissue when we need to. The appeal of the hard tissue laser is that we can treat tooth structure without having to numb you. Generally this can only happen if you don’t already have a filling within that tooth. This essentially limits it’s uses to young adults who are getting their very first cavities, which is the exact focus group that benefit from treatment without anesthesia!

What is the Ezlase?

The ezlase is a soft tissue diode laser. The “diode” refers to the type of laser, or its source of power. The “soft tissue” refers to what the laser is designed to work on.

The ezlase is designed for various dental applications which involve, but are not limited to, recontouring gum tissue (works very well around erupting wisdom teeth), frenectomies, removal of soft tissue “lumps”, and decreasing healing time and recurrence of cold sores.

Is the ezlase safe?

When used properly the use of the ezlase is as safe as any other dental procedure. One of the nice things about the ezlase over other lasers I have used, is its increased range of power settings. This provides effective use while minimizing any unwanted tissue damage. You will notice, however, that when the ezlase is in use the dentist and assistant will have special glasses on. These glasses are to protect their eyes from the light emitted from the laser when it is in use. The patients will just be asked to close their eyes as they do not need to be able to see during the procedure.

The Waterlase MD incorporates an extraordinary set of innovative new features, as well as many new features requested by laser owners from around the world.

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