What’s new, the best applications, and how to best incorporate dental lasers, specifically soft tissue diode lasers, into the orthodontic practice
Category: Diode Lasers
The lasers have been approved as a Class III Medical Device by Health Canada.
The PrideInstitute, a panel of technology experts and dental professionalshas named the NV Microlaser from Discus Dental LLC,Culver City, Calif, "Best of Class" for 2010. The NV Microlaser is cordless and features disposable fiber
The pen-sized soft-tissue diode laser features cordless portability, disposable fiber tips, and a rechargeable battery.
The Styla MicroLaser from Zap Lasers, Pleasant Hill, Calif, was selected one of the year’s best-designed medical devices and is the winner of a 2009 Medical Design Excellence Award (MDEA). The Styla features a compact and wire-free design,
The wireless laser is honored for its design and technology.
Great Lakes Orthodontics Ltd, Tonawanda, NY, will host two continuing education courses at the Westin Tabor Center in Denver prior to the American Association of Orthodontists annual meeting.