The very latest fundamental research findings, practice reports and innovative product solutions: From July 2 – 4, the focus will be firmly on what’s new in the world of laser dentistry at the World Congress for Laser Dentistry in Paris. As a global innovation leader for dental equipment, Sirona will be presenting the diode laser, SIROLaser Advance, at its stand.
The World Congress for Laser Dentistry is organized by the World Federation for Laser Dentistry and will be taking place this year for the 14th time. Scientists, dentists and national and international dental manufacturers meet here every two years in order to discuss the latest developments in the laser dentistry sector. This year, the event is being held at the conference center Maison de la Chimie in Paris. As the global market and technology leader in the dental industry, Sirona is one of the sponsors of this event and has its own stand at the congress. Visitors can find out more about the user-friendly diode laser from Sirona at this stand.
The agenda for this 3-day congress includes scientific talks and workshops on the most recent findings from laser research and experience in medical practice. One of the focal points will be the postoperative use of laser therapy in order to achieve improved osseointegration and avoid complications when using implants. “The World Congress for Laser Dentistry provides a good overview of the state of research and development in laser dentistry. Sirona is looking forward to in-depth discussions with experts from around the world and also the opportunity to present its laser product portfolio,” explained André Förster, Product Manager at Sirona.
SIROLaser Advance: Versatile and intuitive operation
Visitors to the Sirona stand can find out about the technical properties, numerous applications and accessories for the diode laser, SIROLaser Advance. The 970 nm diode laser covers a range of dental indications: It is used for effective germ reduction in periodontology and endodontics and also for minimally invasive surgical interventions. In the case of CEREC restorations in particular, the hemostatic properties serve to improve the workflow. Moreover, aphthae, herpes and sensitive tooth necks can also be treated. The laser features a range of preset and customizable treatment programs and is characterized by its intuitive operation via a colored touchscreen and a finger switch integrated in the ergonomically designed handpiece. The tabletop unit is battery operated and can therefore be used flexibly in various treatment rooms. “The SIROLaser Advance combines outstanding performance for medical applications with first-class ease of use. This laser guarantees stress-free working and relaxed patients,” emphasized Dr. Carlos Sfeir, who will be on hand at the Sirona stand to provide information and answer questions on clinical issues.
Dentists who would like to find out more will find Sirona at stand 17 of the World Congress for Laser Dentistry. For more information on SIROLaser Advance and the entry-level model, SIROLaser Xtend, dentists should go to www.sirona.de.
Sirona is the global market and technology leader in the dental industry and has been a worldwide partner for specialty traders, dental practices, clinics, and dental laboratories for more than 130 years. Sirona develops and produces the complete spectrum of dental equipment products, including CAD/CAM systems for computer-assisted ceramic restorations (CEREC), digital imaging systems for intraoral and panoramic x-rays, as well as volume tomography (3D), treatment centers, instruments and hygiene devices. Visit www.sirona.com for more information about Sirona and its products.