The Most Advanced WaterLase procedures ever now performed by Dr J V Vadgama . ( UK Registered Practitioner)
The WaterLase iPlus Delivers 2,780nm YSGG and 940nm diode versatility with docking station for optional iLase™ wireless laser.
The iPlus “Point and Perform” graphical user interface instantly programs ideal settings for each procedure we select for you. The iPlus also cuts hard-tissue as fast as conventional drills, but without the discomfort or risk of cross contamination.The iPlus cuts dentin and enamel better than erbium lasers, because when temperature increases during excitation of water by the laser pulse, less Er:YAG laser energy is absorbed and more YSGG energy is absorbed. The result is that YSGG cuts faster than Er:YAG.The science may be complex, but the goal is simple – to create a painless,anxiety-free, and convenient experience for you. Imagine an entire new generation of treatments available to you. Children just love coming to us.
iPlus Breaks the Dental Speed Barrier
Faster than the drill, without the delay of anesthetic
Patented laser technology delivers 10 watts of power
Up to 100 pulses/sec. for superior soft-tissue cutting
Enables multi-quadrant same-day procedures
WaterLase iPlus™ Clinical Indications
HARD TISSUE General Indications* • Class I, II, III, IV and V cavity preparation • Caries removal • Hard tissue surface roughening or etching • Enameloplasty, excavation of pits and fissures for placement of sealants
ENDODONTIC SURGERY (ROOT AMPUTATION) INDICATIONS • Flap preparation – incision of soft tissue to prepare a flap and expose the bone • Cutting bone to prepare a window access to the apex (apices) of the root(s) • Apicoectomy – amputation of the root end • Root end preparation for retrofill amalgam or composite • Removal of pathological tissues (i.e., cysts, neoplasm or abscess) and hyperplastic tissues (i.e., granulation tissue) from around the apex
ROOT CANAL HARD TISSUE INDICATIONS • Tooth preparation to obtain access to root canal • Root canal preparation including enlargement • Root canal debridement and cleaning • Laser root canal disinfection after endodontic instrumentation
BONE / SURGICAL • Cutting, shaving, contouring and resection of oral osseous tissues (bone) • Osteotomy
SOFT TISSUE INDICATIONS INCLUDING PULPAL TISSUES* Incision, excision, vaporization, ablation and coagulation of oral soft tissues, including: • Excisional and incisional biopsies • Exposure of unerupted teeth • Fibroma removal • Flap preparation – incision of soft tissue to prepare a flap and expose the bone • Flap preparation – incision of soft tissue to prepare a flap and expose unerupted teeth (hard and soft tissue impactions) • Frenectomy and frenotomy • Gingival troughing for crown impressions • Gingivectomy • Gingivoplasty • Gingival incision and excision • Hemostasis • Implant recovery • Incision and drainage of abscesses • Laser soft tissue curettage of the post-extraction tooth sockets and the periapical area during apical surgery • Leukoplakia • Operculectomy • Oral papillectomies • Pulpotomy • Pulp extirpation • Pulpotomy as an adjunct to root canal therapy • Root canal debridement and cleaning • Reduction of gingival hypertrophy • Removal of pathological tissues (i.e., cysts, neoplasm or abscess) and hyperplastic tissues (i.e., granulation tissue) from around the apex • Soft tissue crown lengthening • Treatment of canker sores, herpetic and aphthous ulcers of the oral mucosa • Vestibuloplasty
LASER PERIODONTAL PROCEDURES • Removal of subgingival calculi in periodontal pockets with periodontitis by closed or open curettage
• Removal of highly inflamed edematous tissue affected by bacteria penetration of the pocket lining and junctional epithelium • Full thickness flap • Partial thickness flap • Split thickness flap • Laser soft tissue curettage • Laser removal of diseased, infected, inflamed and necrosed soft tissue within the periodontal pocket • Removal of highly inflamed edematous tissue affected by bacteria penetration of the pocket lining and junctional epithelium • Removal of granulation tissue from bony defects • Sulcular debridement (removal of diseased, infected, inflamed or necrosed soft tissue in the periodontal pocket to improve clinical indices including gingival index, gingival bleeding index, probe depth, attachment loss and tooth mobility) • Osteoplasty and osseous recontouring (removal of bone to correct osseous defects and create physiologic osseous contours) • Ostectomy (resection of bone to restore bony architecture, resection of bone for grafting, etc.) • Osseous crown lengthening
Fee Guide for Reference only ( Written Plan with accurate Fee indication after full Consultation)
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