VERSAWAVE HARD AND SOFT TISSUE LASER
Hard & Soft Tissue Dental Laser Units
VersaWave Hard & Soft Tissue Dental Laser(HOYA ConBio)
Highly innovative and surprisingly affordable, the VersaWave™️Dental Laser is an extraordinary addition to the HOYA ConBio family of dental lasers. As the industry’s best-engineered and most reliable fiber-delivered laser, the VersaWave Dental Laser features higher repetition rates, higher power output, and exceptional delivery ergonomics. As a result, patients experience fast, comfortable, and highly effective treatments.
With its unmatched power and versatility, the VersaWave Hard & Soft Tissue Laser is a natural choice for dentists who wish to grow and expand their practices. Because of HOYA ConBio’s commitment to backward compatibility, it is also a sound investment in the future.
The VersaWave Hard & Soft Tissue Laser delivers the best in all-tissue dental laser technology with the largest combination of advanced features, including:
– Unique range of 3 – 50 pulses per second for higher, more variable pulse repetition rates. The VersaWave Dental LAser is optimized for a wide variety of procedures, and provides greater flexibility for superior clinical outcomes.
– Maximum energy of 400 millijoules per pulse, more than any other fiber-delivered dental laser.
– Maximum average power of nine watts delivered by the FlexLite™️ III, dentistry’s lightest, longest, and most flexible fiber delivery system.
– New Perfect Balance™️ fiber support system for zero handpiece resistance and complete freedom of movement.
– Unique TruTest™️ external calibration guarantees that laser power at the handpiece remains where it is set.
Offer your patients more. With the VersaWave Dental Laser, you can provide a wide variety of procedures for hard, soft, and osseous tissue, including:
- All classes cavity preparations
- Caries removal
- Hard tissue surface roughening and etching
- Tooth preparation to obtain access to root canals
- Root canal preparation
- Root canal debridement and cleaning
- Cutting, shaving, and contouring osseous tissues
- Osseous crown lengthening
- Osteoplasty and ostectomy
- Apicoectomy – including cutting a window access to the apex
- Root end preparation for retrofill
- Removal of pathological and hyperplastic tissues from around the apex
- Full, partial, and split-thickness flaps
- Laser curettage
- Laser removal of diseased soft tissue within the periodontal pocket
- Removal of granulation tissue from bony defects
- Sulcular debridement to improve clinical indices such as gingival bleeding, probe depth, and attachment loss
- Excisional and incisional biopsies
- Exposure of unerupted teeth
- Fibroma removal
- Frenectomy and frenotomy
- Gingival troughing for crown impressions
- Gingivectomy and gingivoplasty
- Hemostasis and coagulation
- Implant recovery
- Abscess incision and drainage
- Pulpotomy and pulp extirpation
- Pulpotomy as an adjunct to root canal therapy
- Soft tissue crown lengthening
- Treatment of herpetic and aphthous ulcers