How Lasers can help you grow your practice
You want to provide the best care possible and give patients a reason to come back to your practice. You need to find a way to set yourself apart, to get patients talking about your practice and the great experience they had while there. Incorporating laser dentistry into your practice is one way to make that happen.
“It’s allowed me to look at the bigger picture instead of having to refer. Now it takes me 10 seconds to take a lesion off the side of a cheek and it won’t bleed. It’s made having lasers more exciting,” Dr Mast from Montana said. “Most patients are receptive to laser dentistry, and it’s even why many patients are attracted to this practice.”
“It’s worth the investment and it has opened up new doors in what I can offer my patients and I’m doing more procedures than I was before. It’s a win-win” said Dr Cole from West Virginia. “Using the laser for surgical applications also means much less damage to the gum tissue. Electro-surge cuts through 500-1000 cell layers while the diode only cuts through 3 to 5. This does wonders for the healing process and means patients don’t leave with damaged tissue. The days of retraction cord to access the margin before impression taking could be well gone which is a bonus for patients.”
“What is great is that these lasers will cut clean, coagulate and biostimulate hence no post-op bleeding and they sterilise and decontaminate the area.”
The best just got better!
The next step in Diode Lasers – the NV PRO3
For nearly a decade, the NV Microlaser has set the bar for convenience, portability and ease of use among all dental soft-tissue diode lasers. The next-generation NV PRO3 Microlaser continues that award-winning tradition. Optimized for all of your periodontic, restorative and orthodontic procedural needs, the latest evolution in cordless soft-tissue lasers enables you to deliver the benefits of laser dentistry to each patient, while increasing practice production across all departments.
• Cuspid Exposure
• Sulcular Disbursement
• Aphthous Ulcer Treatment
• Destruction of a Lesion
How Lasers can lead to more patients:
• Less referrals
• Less pain for patients and higher patient acceptance
• Easier perio treatments
• Better impressions
• Generate buzz around the Practice