Er: YAG Laser in Handpiece

The LiteTouch™ Er:YAG Laser can be used for surgery of soft tissue and bone. Surgery performed with the LiteTouch™ Er:YAG Laser ensures a clear cut of the oral soft tissues and the bone, aseptic surgical field during surgery (due to the bactericidal propriety of the laser) and minimal trauma to the treated tissues for rapid healing with less postoperative complications and less pain.

Soft tissue surgery with LiteTouch™ Er:YAG Laser is performed with less bleeding compared to conventional surgery and in a precise cutting mode which does not penetrate deep into the tissue.

Osteotomy with LiteTouch™ Er:YAG laser is performed in a precise layer by layer bone ablation, without any vibration, thus no micro cracks of the treated bone and no trauma to the surrounding and below bone tissues, avoiding iatrogenic damage to sensitive structures like nerves or membrane.

Clinical Movies:

Polyp excision with LiteTouch™ Er:YAG laser
Dr. Bernard Dahan, Israel

3rd Molar Surgery with LiteTouch™ Er:YAG laser
Dr. Tony Carreon, Brazil

Surgical extraction with LiteTouch™ Er:YAG laser
Dr. Ron Kaminer, USA

Bone graft with LiteTouch™ Er:YAG laser
Dr. Tony Carreon, Brazil

Operculectomy with LiteTouch™ Er:YAG laser
Dr. Veronica Palacios, Paraguay

Crown lengthening and melanin depigmentation with LiteTouch™ Er:YAG laser
Prof. Tosun Tosun, Turkey

Frenectomy with LiteTouch™ Er:YAG laser
Dr. Yaniv Mayer, Israel

Maxillary frenectomy with LiteTouch™ Er:YAG laser
Dr. Joseph Favia, USA

Surgical crown lengthening with LiteTouch™ Er:YAG laser
Prof. Ulisses Dayube, Prof. Thayane Furtado, Prof. Aldo Brugnera, Prof. Jamil Awad Shibli, Brazil

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

LiteTouch™ Er:YAG Laser – Blade Tip
When you are in need for cutting soft tissue with longer, finer, deep cuts – choose the Blade Tip to perform the surgery for a clean and clear cut!

Articles & Clinical Cases:

1. Laser assisted crown lengthening in the anterior maxilla

2. Er:YAG laser assisted vestibuloplasty: A case report

3. Treatment of drug induced gingival enlargement with Er:YAG laser

4. Pathomorphological distinction between Er:YAG and Diode lasers on the excisional biopsy of the oral mucosa

5. Platelet derived growth factor secretion and bone healing after Er:YAG laser bone irradiation

6. Gingivectomy of congenital gingival hyperplasia using Er:YAG and Er,Cr:YSGG laser treatments with 4-year follow-up

7. The use of the Er:YAG laser in a laser-assisted lateral window sinus approach

8. The use of Er:YAG (2940nm) in a laser assisted crown lengthening procedure

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