Presenter: Bruce L. Cassis, DDS, MAGD, MWCLI




Utilizing a dental laser can help to offer an unparalleled clinical experience for both dental professionals and their patients. If you could imagine being able to offer a more efficient dental appointment, greater comfort to your patient, and the opportunities to expand the dental services available in your practice. Learn how implementing the use of a dental laser in your practice can:

  • deliver minimally invasive dentistry comfortably and efficiently
  • open revenue streams not yet explored by most practices

Course Objectives:

  1. Review the history & physics of dental lasers
  2. Describe laser energy production and its uses in dentistry
  3. Define the acronym for LASER
  4. Describe the hydrophotonics phenomenon
  5. Name at least 4 dental procedures enhanced or improved by the use of a laser
  6. Explain how to incorporate a dental laser into your dental practice

Presenter: Bruce L. Cassis, DDS, MAGD, MWCLI

Course Details

CE Hours

1.0 Hour

Subject Code

135 Laser therapy/electrosurgery


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