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Red Wing Dentist, Dentist in Red Wing, MN

Noesen & Associates P.A.
Dentistry for All Ages
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LightWalker Dental Laser
 

LightWalker Dental Laser

LightWalker lasers are designed for dental perfectionists and all forward-thinking professionals who wish to upgrade their daily dental experience with new treatment possibilities that only the latest laser technology can offer.  Following its launch, Fontona's LightWalker dental laser system quickly earned widespread industry acclaim and highly respected technology and innovation awards.  LightWalker’s patented QSP (quantum square pulse) mode represents an important technological advancement, improving the laser’s interaction with dental tissues for optimized patient comfort, speed, and clinical results.

LightWalker’s state of the art design, engineering, and patented technologies have made it the world’s fastest-cutting Erbium laser, outperforming even rotary burs in terms of speed and precisions, while simultaneously offering a wide range of highly effective hard and soft-tissue treatments.  LightWalker’s easy-to-select operating modes and advanced laser-beam delivery systems enhance the precision and performance or each laser treatment for optimal clinical efficacy.

From conservative dentistry, endodontics, and implantology to periodontics and soft-tissue surgery, LightWalker lasers offer the most comprehensive list of clinical applications of any dental laser made today. 

Some commonly asked questions about lasers:

1.       How does the dental laser work?  The laser emits concentrated energy in the form of a light beam.  This beam vaporizes matter.  The dental laser delivers a narrow pulsed beam and each pulse vaporizes only a specific number of cell layers within the circumference of the beam.  This gives the dentist precise control over the laser.

2.       Why is the dental laser different than conventional treatment?  The dental laser is unique because it can be used as a surgical instrument without some of the routine, but unwanted surgical effects.  The laser stops bleeding, and seals lymphatic and nerve endings, thereby by-passing inflammation and the usual discomfort that is associated with inflammation.