Soft Tissue Surgery Made Simple
The differences between a laser and a scalpel when used for oral surgical procedures is stark. While scalpels have a long list of physiological and psychological effects on the patient, BIOLASE lasers enable you to quickly cut, sculpt or modify soft tissue when needed.
During many procedures, managing the soft tissue can be problematic if it begins to bleed or respond unpredictably. With BIOLASE lasers, achieving hemostasis and controlling the surgical zone are as easy as tapping a pre-set on the laser’s touch screen.
Avoid the pitfalls and complications of using scalpels or other cutting instruments by turning to a BIOLASE laser to achieve your soft-tissue objectives.
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Clinical Animation: Soft-Tissue Preview with Waterlase Express
Clinical Animation: Gingivectomy with Waterlase
Clinical Animation: Biopsy with Waterlase
Lingual Frenectomy with Waterlase (animation)
Maxillary Frenectomy with Waterlase (animation)
Gingivoplasty with Waterlase (animation)
Waterlase Gingivectomy (clinical video)
Waterlase Aphthous Ulcer (clinical video)
Epic X Orthodontic hyperplasia (clinical video)
Epic X Canine exposure (clinical video)
Epic X Hemostasis (clinical video)
Epic X Fibroma Removal (clinical video)
Epic X Troughing (clinical video)
Epic X Frenectomy (clinical video)
Epic Pro Soft Tissue incision (demo video)
Epic X Soft Tissue incision (demo video)
‘Histologic Evaluation of Thermal Damage Produced on Soft Tissues by C02, Er,Cr:YSGG, and Diode Lasers” by Cercadillo, et al. ‘Effects of an Er,Cr:YSGG Laser on Mucocutaneous Soft Tissues” by Rizoiu, et al. (abstract)