Oral Surgery

Fotona's dental lasers are ideal for all hard- and soft-tissue treatments. Unlike conventional oral surgery techniques, dental lasers enable fast and effective treatments without the need for a scalpel or sutures. Surgical procedures are precise, and enable simultaneous coagulation effect that occurs during laser-tissue interaction.

Ultimate Precision and Flexibility

Fotona’s high-energy, high-frequency Er:YAG and Nd:YAG pulse-width range is perfect for hard- and soft-tissue procedures as it allows for extremely fine ablation and more precise control over incisions. Fotona’s advanced pulse-width technology is of particular benefit in oral surgery, where cutting action can be adjusted from high speed with minimal bleeding to light tissue interaction with instant coagulation, or deep thermal disinfection. In addition, the Er:YAG laser wavelength that comes standard on all Fotona dental lasers is also ideal for many hard- and soft-tissue treatments such as frenectomies, leukoplakia removal, apicoectomy, bone cutting, post-extraction socket cleaning, and more.

Faster and More Effective Healing

With laser surgery, treatment times and post-operative healing periods are much shorter. Using Fotona’s Nd:YAG and Er:YAG lasers in soft-tissue surgery means that there is less need for sutures, and with the laser’s simultaneous disinfection effects, healing is faster with fewer post-operative complications.

Clinical results can be further improved by following up with Fotona’s ComfortLase™ photobiomodulation therapy, which helps to accelerate recovery time, relieve pain, and reduce inflammation.

Revolutionary Scanner Technology

Using a scanner, a beam of laser light can be swiftly and accurately moved across the surface of treated tissues. The LightWalker AT's Er:YAG scanner-ready technology will soon allow dental practitioners to perform a wide range of treatments more effectively, with levels of accuracy and precision that are unavailable with any other technology. This will offer tremendous value to treatments in oral surgery as well many other fields of dentistry.

Oral surgery procedures can be performed with the following Fotona dual-wavelength laser systems:

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