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Lasers, it’s time to start lighting it up and learning
Adaugat pe 16/04/2018 12:16:02 de lilyeven12
You have heard all about lasers in dentistry—all the different applications in
your everyday delivery of dental care and the ways they can make your practice
grow and grow. Your patients like the idea of laser dentistry, and you want to
modernize your office dental
. All of this sounds great, but you are still a little hesitant.
So, “What Now” laser companies are springing up faster than tulips in April in
Wisconsin. You have to have lived there to know what I mean. Every laser company
is promising you the world and telling you their product is the best, the
latest, the greatest. A whole new generation of dental speakers want you to
attend their courses…to learn how to use lasers from them…to grow your
practice…to make millions. We have all heard it all before dental instruments. So let’s all take a
deep breath and float back down to reality and let a guy (I’m just a dentist.)
give you a little down to earth advice on the laser revolution. Let’s talk a
little about how lasers work, what they are really good for, and how to utilize
them to their fullest potential. We will also touch on what type of training is
needed to make a laser work in the “real world” we face every day as dental
professionals. So many lasers, so many different wavelengths, disposable tips,
cleavable fibers…which laser is really the one that you need? Do you really need
a laser? Choose a trusted partner in purchasing technology. I had the
opportunity to attend a lecture by one of the most knowledgeable laser
specialists in the US, Donald Coluzzi, at the ADA meeting. The first question
that came from the audience was—which laser should I buy? Dr. Coluzzi had the
best answer I have ever heard—buy the laser that you will use. Simple, yet so
true—no technology is worth a dime if it sits in the corner. Decide what you
want to use a laser for and then buy a laser from a trusted source, a person or
company you deal with on a regular basis. We have all purchased equipment from a
company or salesperson that went away after the sale. It’s no different with
numerous companies popping up to sell lasers. Choose a trusted partner in
purchasing technology. What are you going to use your laser for? As many
applications as possible—the more you use new technology, the more it becomes
indispensible. A great everyday use is in restorative procedures . Trying to
restore teeth with subgingival decay can become a nightmare. The laser can
expose the sugingival decay, control hemostasis, and can be used to also contour
tissues to blend with the adjacent teeth. How long should this procedure take?
It should take a minute or two—max. Another great everyday use is gingival
recontouring to create an even esthetic gingival contour in the maxillary
anterior region. Both these cases were basically soft-tissue procedures dental equipment. The first case
required a soft- tissue diode laser (Precise 810 nm, CAO company). The second
case required an all-tissue laser because once the soft tissue was recontoured
the attachment level and osseous level had to be modified. So remember to
think-out your procedure prior to carrying it out clinically. This determination
of what each type of laser can accomplish will play an important part in the
decision you make.  

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