Ultra is my favourite new edition to my practice. It allows me to treat multiple areas quickly effectively and at a very low cost. My patients are loving the comfortable treatments and impressive results with my little downtime.
Dr Joel Cohen, MD, USA
Dramatically different from tradition resurfacing laser, laseMD ULTRATM rebuilds glowing, healthy skin through gentle, nonablative fractionated treatments.
With treatments that are tuneable from mild to aggressive and extremely cost-effective, LaseMD offers customized outcomes with Virtually no downtime for all patients, all your round. ULTRA’s new display provides the user with valuable feedback, so practitioners consistently achieve excellent results.
LaseMD ULTRATM is a non-ablative 1927nm thulium laser. Very different from the traditional resurfacing lasers, it can treat superficial lesions and irregularities thanks to its sub-ablative fractional technology.
LaseMD ULTRATM is designed to treat skin rejuvenation, fine lines, active acne, pigment lesions, redness and skin texture through the optimised combination of thulium fractional laser treatment and ampoules concentrated in specific active ingredients
LaserMD Ultra offer the unique experience to all patients it allows tailor-made treatments for reproducible results with little crowding. The concept of CDS (cosmetic Delivery System) was introduced using MLG (Multi-Liposome Granulated) technology to effectively and directly deliver the active ingredients in depth.
In addition, it is the most powerful thulium on the market to reach 20W, for faster and more homogeneous treatments. The top hat beam ensures homogeneous and reproducible results.
The soft tissue laser beam has a natural sterilization effect—it evaporates bacteria, viruses and fungi, which leads to a decrease in local infections. Another great benefit of soft tissue lasers is the decrease in post-operative pain by sealing nerve endings. This is one thing that makes patients very happy. With this benefit alone, more patients are now asking their health care professionals if they use dental lasers in their work place.
Dental Lasers do not make whining sounds or other annoying noises. You may experience the sound of a rush of air, since air suction is often used to keep the area cool and clean. You should be able to relax and be comfortable while the dental laser is in use.
Dental lasers are used for a variety of treatment procedures. Your qualified dentist or dental hygienist know which type of treatments are more patient friendly with a laser versus the traditional methods. The dentists and dental hygienists at Woodford Smile have devoted their personal time for laser training and to be able to bring you the many advantages of this exciting new technology. Here are some Soft Tissue Laser treatment procedures;
1) Crown Lengthening – where excess gum tissue is reduced or removed to expose more of the tooth. This is usually done in conjunction with another dental procedure (ie. making a dental crown or cap)
2) Draining of a gum boil or abscess – abscess or gum boil can be drained by the laser without any local anesthetic (ie freezing)
3) Treatment of Cold Sores and Ulcers in the mouth – soft tissue laser can be applied to a cold sore to speed up healing time and to alleviate pain.
4) Removal of excess gums – often can be used with just topical gel without a ‘needle’. Areas would include excess gum growth over wisdom teeth, increase of growth of gums due to certain medications, and sometimes gums growing over or up to orthodontic brackets.
5) Reduction of your frenum/frenulum– a frenum is a fold in your mouth that restricts or secures movement of a mobile organ. For example, your lingual frenum is located at the base of the tongue. If this frenum is long and secures your tongue to the floor, you could be “tongue tied” and the laser could alleviate this to a more appropriate length so your speaking would be improved.
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Periodontal disease is an advanced disease of the gum tissues and the surrounding hard and soft tissues of the teeth. Signs of Gingivitis include bleeding while flossing, brushing or during other oral hygiene procedures. Gingivitis often doesn’t progress to periodontal disease, however gingivitis always precedes periodontal disease.
The first procedure against Periodontal disease is called LBR which stands for Laser Bacterial Removal. It is done by placing a microfiber tip under the gum line which releases heat and disrupts and removes bacteria which are the cause of gingivitis. This procedure is done in combination with your professional teeth cleaning and proper at home hygiene care which will reduce significant swelling and bleeding of the tissues of the mouth.
This procedure is used for a more advanced disease of the tissues of the mouth. When a patient is at this stage it is because the bacteria that is under the gum line has not been removed or disrupted and the body’s natural defense is to attack. The white blood cells attack the bacteria that are attached to tooth and bone under the gum line and in turn destroys this bone. Eventually this will affect the tissue that connects the tooth to the bone which is what cause recession of the gums, bones loss and eventually tooth loss. LAPT is a treatment that sends a higher laser heat under the gum and removes the dead and diseased tissues and stimulates the cells that generate bone growth. Simply it helps the tooth reattach to the bone and reduces receding gum lines. In order for this treatment to be successful, a lot depends on the patients at home care and regular appointments with the dental hygienist.
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