Expand Your Endo Horizons

In a time when dentists and patients are facing more challenges in their day to day, a root canal can be a tough thing to experience.  As every dental professional knows, there are far more root canals than there are teeth – and maintaining their health is of paramount importance to every dental office. In fact, 75% of all root canals treated are performed in a general dental practice.

Root Canals and EndodonticsWaterlase 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.