Er: YAG Laser in Handpiece

The LiteTouch™ Er:YAG Dental Laser helps to remove completely the bacteria organized in biofilm from the root canal, dentinal tubules, lateral canals and root apex.

Using the New Endo Tip or by laser activation of an irrigant agent, LiteTouch™ Er:YAG Dental Laser removes the smear layer from the root canal system and open the dentinal tubules, improving treatment prognosis. The disinfecting quality of the laser eliminates the endodontic biofilm of bacterial or fungal species from the root canal system, ensuring long lasting results.

All the different steps of Apicectomy can be performed with LiteTouch™ Er:YAG Dental Laser (flap release, bone ablation , granulation tissue removal, apex resection), in a minimal invasive way and with good disinfection of the surgical site, ensuring optimal healing with minimal post-surgery complications.  

Clinical Movies:

Endo treatment with LiteTouch™ Er:YAG laser
Prof. Peet Van Der Vyver, South Africa

Removal of dentatus screw post with LiteTouch™ Er:YAG laser
Dr. Sasha Goryunov, Israel

The New Side Firing Endo tip with LiteTouch™ Er:YAG laser
Prof. Adam Stabholz, Israel

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Laser-activated irrigation with LiteTouch™ Er:YAG laser
Dr. Andrii Sapeliuk, Ukraine

Cavitation bubbles inside root canal with LiteTouch™ Er:YAG laser
Dr. David Guex, France

Laser-activated irrigation with LiteTouch™ Er:YAG laser
Dr. David Guex, France

Laser-activated irrigation I with LiteTouch™ Er:YAG laser
Dr. David Guex, France

Apicectomy with LiteTouch™ Er:YAG laser
Dr. Avi Rehanyan, Israel

Articles & Clinical Cases:

1. Quantification of Calcium Ions From the Irrigants Activated With Erbium-Doped Yttrium Aluminum Garnet (Er:YAG) Laser in the Root Dentin: An In Vitro Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer Study

2. Temperature Changes during Er:YAG Laser Activation with the Side-Firing Spiral Endo Tip in Root Canal Treatment

3. Antibacterial Effect of Er:YAG Laser Irradiation Applied by a New Side‐Firing Spiral Tip on Enterococcus faecalis Biofilm in the Tooth Root Canal - An Ex Vivo Study

4. Microbiological study of the efficiency of root canal treatment with Er:YAG laser (Russian)

5. Apicectomy of an endodontically compromised central incisor

6. Efficacy of ultrasonic and Er:YAG laser activated EDTA irrigation in removing bacteria from ex vivo root canal system

7. Laser enhanced Endodontic treatment

8. Er:YAG laser irradiation induces behavioral changes in V. harveyi

9. Er:YAG laser assisted Endodontic Surgery in the era of new antithrombotic treatments

10. Removing smear layer during endodontic treatment by different techniques - A invitro study. A clinical case – Endodontic Treatement with Er:YAG laser

11. Comparison of positive-pressure, passive ultrasonic, and laser-activated irrigations on smear-Layer removal from the root canal surface

12. Morphological study of border area of pulp capping materails and Er:YAG laser prepared hard dental surface

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