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Laser dentistry offers a comfortable and efficient option for specific procedures involving hard or soft tissue. Henry Schein Dental offers industry-leading lasers at a range of price points for soft and hard tissue treatments — from filling prep, gingival recontouring, and crown lengthening to lesion removal, frenectomy, and teeth whitening — to meet the needs of general dentists, periodontists, and endodontists. By reducing or even eliminating bleeding, pain, and anesthesia, lasers speed up procedures and enhance patient comfort. Rely on Us for state-of-the-art dental lasers— all backed by the Henry Schein guarantee of quality, convenience, and overall satisfaction.
Henry Schein carries Solea® by Convergent Dental, the industry’s best-selling all-tissue laser that is fast and reliably anesthesia-free for cavity prep, and blood- and suture-free for most soft and hard-tissue procedures. We also supply diode lasers from top brands, including CAO Group Inc.’s Precise® SHP and Precise® LTM and Dentsply Sirona’s SiroLaser Advance and SiroLaser Blue, for soft-tissue dental treatments. Turn to Henry Schein for lasers that let you perform more dental procedures faster and with better outcomes to boost patient satisfaction, drive revenue, and grow your practice.
Transforming Your Practice with Solea, the All-Tissue Dental Laser
Many people put off going to the dentist due to fear of the drill, needles, and numbness. Dr. Renee Kurtz purchased Solea, the only 9.3 μm CO2 all-tissue laser that can cut virtually every cavity prep anesthesia-free and enable reliably blood-free and suture-free soft tissue procedures, delivering a dental experience that patients want. Read More...
Lasers, it’s time to start lighting it up and learning
Dr. Michael Koceja breaks down laser technology and how it works within a dental practice.
No Strings Attached
In dentistry, no strings attached has numerous implications, because dentistry like other professions continues to go wireless.
Time to Consider Lasers!
How about your dental practice; have you carried through on your ideas to improve your practice and the level of care you provide to your patients? Maybe you don’t plan on changes and are ok with complacency, but dentistry constantly changes and our patients constantly change, not only their dental health needs, but also their knowledge of the care they receive.