Is it painful?

NO, laser dentistry usually isn’t painful. You may feel some heat though, but it is certainly more bearable than what you would feel with a scalpel or other mechanical instruments. You won’t need injections of anaesthetic, there are no vibrations or pressure.

I’m a pacemaker wearer. Can I get laser treatment?

Absolutely YES, there are no contraindications. WISER is a CE certified medical device that respects all emission standards.

Are anaesthetics necessary?

For most laser treatments injections of anaesthetic are not necessary. If you feel any discomfort, it is possible to apply an anaesthetic gel or spray locally.

Will I need medication or wound dressing after laser treatment?

Laser treatment coagulates wounds so it is possible to avoid stitches. It also speeds up healing, and patients won’t have to return to the studio for wound dressings.

I’d like to whiten my teeth: can the laser do that?

Laser technology is the most effective and efficient way to whiten teeth naturally. Thanks to the laser’s photo-activation properties, the bleaching session will last half the time compared to conventional systems.

My teeth are sensitive to hot and cold beverages: could the laser help?

Lasers can solve tooth sensitivity problems: they can close exposed dentinal tubules and give you relief for up to one year.

I often get cold sores and canker sores: can lasers heal them?

Cold and canker sores won’t last long with a laser around: its strong bactericidal effect will reduce healing time up to 50%. Isn’t that marvellous?!

Is it true that lasers can reduce muscle inflammation?

The laser’s thermal effect activates cellular reparation mechanisms that will help alleviate many different conditions: trigeminal neuralgia, neck pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, etc., painlessly and without medication.


Do I need to attend a course to use the laser?

NO, WISER is de signed to get you started immediately, in complete safety. Our Lasers Specialists will guide you through your first steps. Advanced laser training is also available: find out more at www.masterclassacademy.it

A colleague told me that lasers don’t cut, they break and don’t work well…

Laser technology has evolved greatly over the years: what once were long and cumbersome procedures, no longer exist with WISER. Its graphic interface is simple and easy to use, designed for day to day use in the dental practice. Medical literature confirms the validity of the preset protocols inside the laser: in the past all this didn’t exist, that’s why some doctors were unsatisfied.

Do gums need to be sutured after laser surgery?

After laser surgery no stitching is required because the laser is haemostatic and wounds heal by secondary intention.

Is it complicated to use a laser?

Today using a laser is easy because parameters are preset and ready to support doctors in a great number of day to day treatments. Protocols are simple, there won’t be a day in which you don’t use it!

Can I also treat peri-implantitis, other than periodontal pockets?

The diode laser has recently become the gold standard in the treatment of peri-implant pockets. Its strong bactericidal effect and biostimulating properties favour tissue regeneration and osseointegration of the implant, without damaging its surface.

Why should I use a laser instead of the usual lamps for dental bleaching?

Lasers reduce bleaching time; it achieves the same effects, with a minor concentration of peroxide; less post-treatment sensitivity occurs. Is that enough?

My practice already has great results. Why should I invest in laser technology?

Lasers will improve the relationship with your patients. You can add new treatments to those you normally do. Operate with ease and safety, even during the more difficult treatments.

Lasers I saw in the past caused necrosis on soft tissue. Does this still happen?

Electronics has come a long way during the past years. New generation lasers can penetrate tissue while guaranteeing its thermal relaxation time, in order to avoid necrosis.

The scalpel is undoubtedly faster in cutting compared to the laser. Then why should I use it in surgery?

The scalpel may be faster, but imagine an operation in which you can avoid injections, eliminate bleeding, no stitching or post-op wound dressing: do think you’ve saved enough time after all this?

How Wiser works? What are it’s features?

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