WATERLASE Dental Laser
Remove Veneers in <1 minute,
Crowns in <5 minutes!*
- FDA cleared to remove crown and veneers
- Get 30 mins of your life back! Remove veneers in <1 minute, crowns <5 minutes
- Eliminate excess heat from cutting with multiple, expensive diamonds
- Ability to save the veneer and crown for re-use in most cases
*For all porcelain and ceramic crowns and veneers.
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Debonding of Leucite-reinforced Glass-ceramic Veneers Using Er, Cr:YSGG Laser Device: Optimizing Speed with Thermal Safety
CJ Walinski ; JE Gibson ; DS Colvert ; DC Redmond ; JH Jafarian ; PN Gregory ; KL Ou
Removing laminate veneers on anterior teeth by using an Er,Cr:YSGG dental laser can be completed faster than previously reported while maintaining thermal safety.
Operative Dentistry, January/February 2021, Volume 46, Issue 1
Crown & Veneer Removal Protocol Guide
<5 min. Crown and < 1 min. Veneer Removal! Get the EXCLUSIVE PROTOCOL guide demonstrating a minimally-invasive, step-by-step protocol for fast and effective ceramic crowns and veneer removal.
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watch the VIDEOS
Clinical Video: Veneer Removal with Waterlase
Courtesy of Dr. Patrick Broome
Clinical Video: Crown Removal with Waterlase
Courtesy of Dr. Howard Golan
Frequently asked questions
Zirconia crowns are ceramics! So, this is effective on all-zirconia, zirconia mixed with lithium disilicate, lithium silicate / disilicate. A common confusion with Zirconium the metal.
Specific materials tested and confirmed: all-zirconia / full zirconia, layered zirconia (i.e. porcelain fused zirconia), lithium disilicate, leucite glass
Cements tested and confirmed: resin, resin modified glass ionomer, glass ionomer
No P.F.M Porcelain or Ceramic Fused to Metal! No Full Metals, no metal-oxide cements. If there is extreme or very bright light flashing immediately on laser application, stop and switch to mechanical removal techniques.
All materials above could be treated at the same settings. The only factor that makes a difference was the material thickness. Thicker crowns/veneers needed longer time. Thinner materials needed lower settings. Thinner materials are more prone to fracture, too. Be sure to have complete coverage, cement is so strong that even one pinhead sized cement missed by your laser coverage could hold the veneer or crown on. Overlapping coverage is best. Try MZ8s or larger.