Highly innovative and surprisingly affordable, the Versa Wave is an extraordinary dental laser, with higher repetition rates, higher power output and exceptional delivery ergonomics. Patients experience fast, comfortable, and highly effective treatments.
This hard tissue laser allows the removal of decay from a tooth and prep the tooth for a restoration without the use of a drill.
The hard tissue laser quietly and painlessly removes only the diseased tooth structure the doctor wishes to remove while preserving healthy tooth structure.
Hard tissue laser treatment can also be used to desensitize patients who are experiencing cold sensitivity.
Unique range of 3-50 pulses per second. Optimized for a wide variety of procedures, and provides greater flexibility for superior outcomes.
Maximum energy of 400 mill joules per pulse, more than any other fiber-delivered dental laser.
Maximum average power of 9 watts, delivered by the dentistry’s highest, longest, and most flexible fiber delivery system.
Unique TruTest external calibration guarantees that laser power at the hand piece remains where is set.
With the Versa Wave you can provide a wide variety of procedures for hard, soft, and osseous tissue
Class I, II, III, IV and V cavity preparations
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 hyper plastic tissues from around the apex
Full, partial, and split thickness flaps
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
Frenectomy and frenotomy
Gingival troughing for crown impressions
Gingivectomy and gingivoplasty
Hemostasis and coagulation
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