GPT Dental’s advanced CO2 technology leads the way for ease-of-use and expanded clinical applications

 

Micro-pulse technology, used in GPT DENTA lasers, allows for gentle tissues interaction without sacrificing the clear benefits of CO2 surgical procedures.

Micro-pulse technology uses micro-second pulse widths for greater control, greater precision, and ease-of use.

  • CO2 allows you to perform and charge for more procedures.
  • Patient benefits include: no charring, faster healing & greater comfort.
  • Enables a much broader scope of procedures and applications, including deep incisions and laser-assisted periodontal therapy (LAPT).
  • GPT Dental lasers have the industry’s narrowest cutting width—down to 0.1mm—for greater incisional precision.

 

Advanced articulating arms, used in GPT DENTA lasers, allow for consistent energy transfer to tissue without the degradation and energy loss found in a flexible fiber.

  • The perfectly light-weight arm "floats" with simple guidance allowing for perfect ergonomics.
  • The "flexible fiber" found in other CO2 lasers is outdated technology, and is expensive to replace.
  • The "flexible fiber" found in other CO2 lasers gradually wears out with movement resulting in predicable loss of energy output.

 

Visible and green aiming beam.

  • ALL CO2 lasers are "non-contact" and it is necessary to have a visual indication of where the energy is coming into contact with the tissue.
  • Some CO2 lasers currently on the market do not even have an aiming beam, so the practitioner is guessing where the energy be applied.
  • GPT DENTA lasers have adopted a unique green aiming beam that can be adjusted in intensity.
  • The benefit of the green aiming beam is its contrast to red tissue structures.
  • Of course if you are one of the doctors who like to "guess" and "adjust" after the invisible energy ablates tissue, you can always turn the aiming beam off completely!

 

Distance from tissue and variable spot sizes.

  • The distance from tissue with tips used with GPT DENTA lasers is 0.1 - 0.4 mm.  This close proximity allows for precision and control.
  • The GPT DENTA lasers offer a variety of spot sizes: 0.1 mm (the smallest in the industry - ideal for surgical incisions); 0.2 mm; 0.5 mm; 0.8 mm; and 1.0 mm.