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What is Dental Laser
Dental laser works by delivering energy in the form of light, it interacts with tissue in the forms of transmission, absorption, dispersion and reflection. When it is used in dental procedures, dental laser acts as a cutting, therapy, coagulation and bacterial reduction instrument.
What is Blue Laser
The specific laser wavelength in the spectrum range 435nm-480nm shows a blue light. Due to the highest absorption efficiency (10X~100X) of the chromophore in the soft tissue, this new wavelength demonstrates a better cutting performance even with very low power than the traditional infrared laser (810nm/980nm). It makes the dental surgery more consistent, more precise and faster.
Hybrid wavelengths best fit the multi-tasking
The absorption of the laser energy is the key of the application of dental laser. This photon-tissue interaction is highly relied on the laser wavelength and tissue chromophore. The 3-wavelength laser uses its specific wavelength to treat different oral diseases, which makes the treatments never comprised compared with single wavelength dental laser.
810/980nm is traditional infrared dental laser. Due to its deep penetration in the tissue, it is widely used for bacterial reduction in periodontics and endodontics. Meanwhile, this wavelength is also suitable for High Power Laser Therapy (HPLT) in TMJ and Pain reduction.
470nm is ideal wavelength for soft-tissue cutting, ablation, coagulation and incision/excision. With extremely low laser power, less collateral damage occurs during the soft tissue surgery.
650nm wavelength is recognized as Low Level Laser therapy (LLLT) effect globally. It also called Photobiomodulation (PBM) effect. It will help on the wound healing and biostimuation on dental procedures.
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