LASER assisted dental treatments


Each laser corresponds a defined domain of treatment in relation to the wavelength of the monochromatic light it emits. All tissues possess their own optical definition (characters) so that the light can pass through some tissues (transmission effect which will bring deeper effects) or this light can be absorbed by others. Category 4 medical Lasers improve and enhance the quality of treatments in dentistry, they have a remarkable efficiency impact on the dental tissues and on their cicatrisation.


An unexpected alternative for patient’s increased comfort


a precise and effective way to perform dental procedures



  • Minimal anaesthesia : less trauma

  • Minimal invasive preparation of the cavities (tissue saving operation)

  • Treatment of a highly specific area of focus without damaging surrounding tissues

  • Improved and increased bonding of composites

  • Reduction of the formation of bacterial colonies

  • Reduction of recurrence of tooth decays

  • Fewer post-operative complications with dentinal hypersensitivity

  • Improved comfort for the patient with this conservative gentle cutting action (no mechanical pressure nor vibrations associated with conventional drills)


The photo-ablative effect: replaces the conventional drill action, enables faster surgical-dental procedures, limits bleedings and post-operative sensitivity and improves wound healing. Using laser for bone surgery is a good indication that the composition is close to the hard tissues of the tooth (enamel and dentin). The surgical instruments with a strong mechanical action such as a drill make room for LASER in a greater respect for bone tissues.

It generates a faster wound healing process. For example in the case of an extraction, the thermally induced blood clotting effect prompts the rapid formation of the protecting blood clot in the dental alveolars, the healing process is thereby accelerated and post-operative effects are minimal.

An improved wound healing process:

thermally induced vasodilatation effect (an increase of the diameter of the blood vessels) with temperatures inferior to 50°C: it has for effect an increased influx of blood to the operating area in order to increase the production of natural growth promotors. This is a rapid and better quality healing.

A more reliable and performant seal in the root canal filling system:

Pulse Lasers mechanical effects allow to improve the sealing ability of the treatments and root filling closure. It is especially performant in reaching the difficult areas in compacting the root sealers. This effect is coupled with a bacterial decontamination through a photochemical effect.

A powerful bactericide:

The photochemical and photodynamic effects allow the activation of a substance such as hydrogen peroxide through the power of the laser’s wave length and induces oxydo-reduction and the formation of singlet oxygen which is a powerful bactericide.

An optimal post-operative comfort for the patient:

Biostimulation effects: using low level or athermic Lasers generates cellular proliferation of immune cells, fibroblast cells (cells binding and supporting tissues of the body organs) keratinocyte cells (constituant of the gingival and muscular under-lying tissues). It also enhances the ability of immune cells to combat invading pathogens. The patient benefits from painless post-operative effects and a speedy recovery.



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