SMARTMDENTISTRY

SMARTMDENTISTRY

Reliable
laser technology

Useful in dental offices around the world.

Dentistry

Endodontics

Periodontology

Microsurgery

Whitening

Biomodulation

Photoactivated disinfection (PAD)

Diagnostics

Aesthetic medicine

Therapy

Smartm Dentistry

SMARTMDENTISTRY

  • Broadest range of applications – wide selection of treatment accessories
  • Simple and intuitive operation
  • Extensive database of procedures with the possibility of their modification and assignment to the patient
  • Greater precision of procedures with limited invasiveness for tissues
  • Fast diagnostics
  • Eliminating bacteria without antibiotics
  • Pain reduction
  • Stress-free treatment
  • Lowest operating costs

A brief history of laser therapy

The sun and sunlight have always been associated with health, well-being and vitality. Even in ancient Greece and ancient China, staying in the sun and looking at it was recommended as part of therapy. There were special temples – called ‘hospitals’ – with rooms painted in different colors. Patients were housed in appropriate rooms depending on the disease they suffered from. In India, before exposing a sick person to the sun, their body would be lubricated with vegetable oils.

At that time, there was no scientific evidence to support the beneficial effects of light on health, but it was considered an indisputable fact and was effectively used in therapy. It is now known that the human body converts light into electrochemical energy, which activates a number of biochemical reactions in cells causing a therapeutic effect.

The use of solar radiation for treatment was also popular in the 19th century. The discovery of the benefits of heliotherapy is credited to Danish physician Niels Ryberg Finsen, who researched ways to use light in medicine, for which he received the Nobel Prize in 1903. He suggested sun treatment for skin diseases (including lupus vulgaris). In the 20th century, artificial radiators like therapy lamps and other devices, emitting different types of radiation, were introduced. Before the invention of certain drugs (including antibiotics), irradiation, ultraviolet radiation in particular, was widely used. Nowadays, so-called phototherapy refers to the use of specific, narrow ranges of radiation and the use of photosensitizers. In the 1960s, laser therapy – irradiation with laser radiation – began to be used.

Practitioners and researchers started exploring clinical applications of CO2 and Nd:YAG medical lasers for oral soft tissue procedures in the 1980s, when the first pulsed Nd:YAG laser designed specifically for the dental market was released. In 1997, the FDA approved the first true Er:YAG laser for hard dental tissue, followed a year later by Er,Cr:YSGG laser. At the end of the 1990s, semiconductor-based diode lasers also appeared on the market.

In dentistry, lasers are used in periodontics, endodontics, dental surgery, diagnostics, teeth whitening, root canal sterilization, etc. Some dentists use lasers to, for example, stop bleeding in the treatment area. Stimulation with a laser can speed up the healing process of mucosal lesions. These devices are also often used for frenectomy. This type of procedure is less invasive and painful for the patient, and the wound heals much faster. The laser has anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and anti-swelling effects, as well as promotes healing and stimulates microcirculation. Performing laser surgery causes no bleeding and requires little or no anesthesia.

The word ‘laser’ is the acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation.

Models

SMARTMST-1
980 nm / 1064nm
405nm / 635nm / 808nm

SMARTMST-2
980 nm / 635 nm

SMARTMST-3
405nm / 635nm / 808nm

Endodontics

Perionontology

Microsurgery

Whitening

Therapy

Soft tissue biomodulation (shallow penetration)

Hard tissue biomodulation (deep penetration)

PAD

Diagnostics

Aesthetic medicine

Wavelengths

405 nm

635 nm

808 nm

980 nm

1064 nm

Endodontics

Perionontology

Microsurgery

Whitening

Therapy

Soft tissue biomodulation

Bone tissue biomodulation

PAD

Diagnostics

Aesthetic medicine

Do you have questions?

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Poland

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