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LightWalker - Hard and Soft Tissue Dental Laser

Fotona’s LightWalker is the most powerful and user friendly dental laser system on the market, for easier-to-perform treatments and more effective results.

LightWalker lasers have three models to choose from. The top-of-the-line 20-watt AT model comes standard with dentistry’s two best laser wavelengths: Er:YAG and Nd:YAG for no-compromise dentistry. The dual wavelength 8-watt model DT and single wavelength 8-watt model ST-E can be used in both hard and soft tissue options.

The combination of two wavelengths in one laser system enables practitioners to perform not only single wavelength but also combined, two wavelength (TwinLightTM) treatments. Utilizing both wavelengths in a treatment makes best use of the unique laser tissue interaction characteristics of each laser wavelength, and can drastically improve the outcome of laser assisted treatments to achieve supreme clinical results. 

LightWalker features the ultimate in convenience and ergonomics. It has an easy-to–use color touch-screen, interchangeable optics for the new titanium technology handpieces, a Nd:YAG handpiece detection system and a new, patented OPTOflex arm which allows a complete range of motion.

Key treatments:

  • Calculus Removal
  • TwinLight Endodontic Treatments
  • TwinLight Periodontal Treatments
  • Surface Preparation
  • Soft Tissue Surgery
  • Gingival Treatments
  • Cavity Preparation
  • Caries Removal
  • Oral Diseases
  • Facial Aesthetics
  • TouchWhite Tooth Whitening
  • Dentin Hypersensitivity


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