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.
As the prevalence of the dental laser continues to grow, more and more registered dental hygienists and dental practices are pursuing training courses to ensure their proficiency and compliancy on this innovative tool. The challenge comes in finding the right course for your needs. Here's why you should consider a course from Dedicated Dental Hygiene, as well as details on our upcoming dental laser training in Texas and New Mexico.
While the pandemic has made life challenging for much of the last year, the new vaccines are giving us reason to hope for a return to normal at some point in 2021. In the meantime, planned classes and in-office training with Dedicated Dental Hygiene have and will continue to make accommodations to ensure our participants’ safety. Here are the covid precautions we’re taking during dental laser training.
The dental laser is a versatile tool for dentists and registered dental hygienists alike, and proper training is essential. If you’re pursuing diode or CO2 laser training, Dedicated Dental Hygiene can help. And if you’re simply looking for information about the dental laser, and the diode in particular, read on for three facts about diode laser dentistry.