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.
While Dedicated Dental Hygiene courses are temporarily postponed due to the novel coronavirus, our in-office training offers a safe alternative to large course events that put participants in close quarters. The familiar setting also tends to puts clinicians at ease, freeing them to focus on the laser. Learn more about our in-office training now.
As a registered dental hygienist, you know all about dental laser technology. It’s been around since 1989, but today’s dental laser is a versatile, widely-used tool that patients are beginning to expect. If your understanding of dental lasers extends only to a passing familiarity, it’s time to consider proper training. Here are the advantages of completing a dental laser training course.
As a provider of comprehensive dental laser education courses and one-on-one practice consultation, Dedicated Dental Hygiene has fielded a lot of questions from dentists and registered dental hygienists alike. If you’re new to the dental laser, having questions is part of the process. Today, we’re answering some of the most common questions from novice dental laser users.
Dental lasers are an increasingly important and commonplace therapy for non-surgical man-agement of periodontal disease. For the registered dental hygienist, certification is becoming a necessity in states across the country. It signifies the hygienist’s breadth of training on the laser and an ability to ensure the safety of the patient. If you’re a dental hygienist seeking soft tis-sue diode laser certification, a course at Dedicated Dental Hygiene will ensure you have the right training and knowledge.