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CO2 and Diode Laser Education Courses

As clinicians, we all want to offer our patients the best treatment and technology available, and there are a variety of tools on the market to make that possible. The laser is one of them. It’s been used in dentistry since the early 90s, but today’s lasers have evolved into one of the most useful tools for the dentist and hygienist alike.

Why The Laser?
"I had a really great learning experience. The instructors were knowledgeable and interested in teaching."
"Great course I feel confident!"
"I liked that it was hygiene based!"
"Great Class!"
"Very interesting subject and passionate instructor!"
"Great job keeping us entertained, using analogies, and giving breaks!"
"I recently attended a laser course put on by Angie and Kristin. It was such a great experience! They were both so informative and really knew their information! We got to learn about the differences for the diode and the CO2 and it was so helpful for myself and the rest of the hygienists to have that hands on experience! Thank you both for such an informative course- we all feel so much more comfortable when working with lasers!"

Upcoming Classes

Elko, NV
February 7th, 2020

JUUL, Peridontal disease, and Alzheimer's
Ledgestone Hotel
Santa Fe, New Mexico
February 21st, 2020

Laser Training and Certification: Light Up Your Approach to Patient Care
Homewood Suites By Hilton
Santa Fe, New Mexico
February 22nd, 2020

Alzheimers Disease: What we Know Now and What we Don't Want to Forget
Homewood Suites By Hilton
Reno, NV
March 6th, 2019

The myths, legends and realities of OTC products and "Back in Black"

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Periodontal disease affects over half of all American adults, with a number of causes that include poor oral health, chronic illnesses, smoking, certain medications, and genetic predispositions. While periodontal disease is historically treated with scaling or root planing, laser treatments offers an appealing alternative. Here are five reasons dental lasers effectively treat periodontal disease.