Biolase will demonstrate its Waterlase Express all-tissue laser system at the Greater New York Dental Meeting (GNYDM), November 26 to November 29, at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City. Also, the company’s chief dental officer, Samuel B. Low, DDS, will present a pair of continuing education workshops addressing how dentists can incorporate lasers into their practice to deliver advanced care in managing periodontal conditions.
“Our recent product launches are a representation of our ongoing commitment to elevating the standard of care in dentistry and providing clinicians with tools to enable superior patient outcomes and enhance patients’ dental experiences,” said Harold C. Flynn Jr, president and CEO of Biolase. “Were constantly innovating to increase affordability and access to the most advanced dental technologies, enabling all dentists to deliver the highest level of care.”
The Waterlase Express is designed to be affordable, easy to use, and compact as well as accessible for every type of dentist. It is the only laser to feature in depth, step by step, high-definition animations for every step of each procedure, according to Biolase. Its versatility enables dentists to treat a wide range of soft and hard tissue conditions ranging from moderate periodontitis to cavities to implant-related procedures with a single, minimally invasive device, the company reports.
Also, Biolase’s Side Firing Tip is designed to be used in conjunction with the Waterlase Express for the management of moderate to severe peri-implantitis. Biolase says it has been shown to be effective at removing more than 98% of biofilm on infected titanium implant surfaces without significantly affecting surface temperature.
Clinicians who visit Biolase at booth 418 will receive a complimentary flash drive with a chance to win up to 50% off a Waterlase Express. The first course, “Utilizing Today’s Dental Lasers in Managing Periodontal/Soft Tissue Conditions in the Dental Practice,” will be on Sunday, November 26 from 2 to 5 pm. Registration is available online. The second course, “Utilize Lasers in Periodontal Soft Tissue Conditions,” will be on Monday, November 27 from 9:45 am to 12:45 pm. Registration also is online. Both courses will be at booth 4836.
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