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Waterlase lasers effectively fight endodontic infection and can perform disinfection and cleaning, open dentinal tubules, decontamination prior to obturation, pulpotomy and pulp extirpation, and smear layer removal in the canal.
Using patented radial firing tips to deliver laser energy in a 360-degree cone within the canal, Waterlase can have a dramatic, positive impact on clinical outcomes for endodontics.
Waterlase provides a more holistic approach, and patients treated with Waterlase typically recover quicker and report less pain. Clean deep into the dentinal tubules to kill bacteria and decrease your reliance on chemical medicaments.
Images Courtesy of Francisco A. Banchs, DDS, DMD, MSc
Images Courtesy of Christo Janse van Rensburg, BChD
Images Courtesy of Dr. Isaac Kably M.
Get better disinfection, more predictability & reduced patient discomfort with Waterlase Endodontics.
- Conserve natural tooth structure during RCT, reducing risk of overshaping, and over-access that can lead to root fractures.
- Greater access to lateral canals and the critical apical third, with minimal tooth structure affected due to minimally invasive 1mm diameter access.
- Single-visit endo — faster procedures, faster healing 1 with reduced chemical medicaments.
- Data on file.
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Root Canal Cleaning and Disinfection
Lasers in Endodontics:
Safe, Efficient, Effective
With many new endodontic treatment options, it is important to choose new techniques based on clinical evidence and synergy within your current workflow.
Check out this free on-demand webinar with renowned endodontist, Dr. Charles Maupin! Discover how Waterlase endodontics can improve care.
Introductory Overview to Waterlase Endodontic Treatments (clinical animation)
Root Canal cleaning and Disinfection (clinical animation)
Pulp Cap (clinical animation)
Pulpotomy (clinical animation)
Endodontic access and canal cleaning, courtesy of Dr. Jose Marcano (clinical video)