Lasers in dentistry
This book provides an overview of the use of lasers in dentistry today. Featured are soft tissue, hard tissue, and dental materials' applications. Learn how lasers interact with oral tissues; safety standards and regulations; surgical techniques; and clinical applications of argon, CO2, Er:YAG, excimer, Ho:YAG, and Nd:YAG lasers.
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The History and Development of Laser Dentistry
Laser Interaction with Biologic Tissues
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