Ceralas D 980nm gets FDA clearance

Feb. 1, 1999
CeramOptec, Inc. has received FDA clearance for its Ceralas D high-absorption 980nm diode-based laser. Procedures include biopsy, implant recovery, gingival troughing, frenectomy, debridement of diseased epithelial lining, crown-lengthening, and about 20 other procedures. The lasers require no service or service contracts, weigh 14 pounds, and come in a hand-held carrying case for portability.

CeramOptec, Inc. has received FDA clearance for its Ceralas D high-absorption 980nm diode-based laser. Procedures include biopsy, implant recovery, gingival troughing, frenectomy, debridement of diseased epithelial lining, crown-lengthening, and about 20 other procedures. The lasers require no service or service contracts, weigh 14 pounds, and come in a hand-held carrying case for portability.

For further details or a demonstration, call CeramOptec, Inc. at (877) Ceralas (237-2527).

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