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Just Starting Out or Celebrating 20 Years in Dentistry? The Solea® Laser is Right for You!

Inadvertently, we often associate certain types people with certain types. When we think of the Apple iPhone, for example®Some might argue that this is a phone or car only for tech-savvy millennials. What about those who don’t have either but would love to? Or those who are intimidated by technology but still enjoy it? This thinking applies to everything outside of dentistry. Dental technology is often viewed as too complex and ultra-contemporary, which could be a mistake. 

The Solea laser is the most innovative in dental laser technology. SoleaIt is the best tool to ensure anesthesia-free, blood-, pain- and suture-free dentistry. It is also key to predictable outcomes and improved patient experience. It is the. all-tissue laserIt is easy to learn and has a low learning curve. This makes it easy for all practitioners, regardless of their career stage. Solea can be easily added to the operating rooms of general practitioners and specialty dentists of all ages, allowing them to provide their best dentistry.

Practitioners in their final years

The interesting thing about the stories of dentists who have been practicing dentistry for 20-30 years or more is that they are familiar with every aspect of it. They have established their reputations and are well-versed in the various technologies that have been developed over the years. They know what worked for them and what could help them reach their full potential.

In “Investing in the Latest Technology in the Later Years of Practice,” Dr. William Huntzinger, a graduate of Case Western Reserve Dental School’s class of 1980, discusses why it is important to adopt technologies that improve patient care and help increase profit. This is the article he says, “Solea is an example of how investing in progressive technology not only benefits our patients but also our practice efficiency and profitability… I’ve since experienced not only improved patient compliance, but dramatic gains in efficiency. I can perform multiquadrant dentistry, and can now offer procedures that we’ve typically referred out to specialists.”

As a result of Solea’s anesthesia-free dentistry, everything changes for the dental practice. Most dental procedures can be performed without anesthesia. hard and soft tissue proceduresThe visits are much shorter if the patient is not anesthetized. Patients can be back in the chair as quickly as possible, and practitioners can perform more procedures per day, handling more cases and earning more revenue.

When discussing his ROI with Solea, Dr. Huntzinger says, “[our]We now have four of these because our 2015-2016 numbers were so impressive [Solea] lasers… We save lots of time since there’s no need for anesthesia. We don’t have to wait for patients to become numb, and there’s less time spent rescheduling appointments, because patients can feel their bite immediately after the procedure.”

Practitioners in their early years

Young practitioners can take advantage of the most recent technologies to improve their reputations as future dentists, unlike those who have been in the business for many years. A state-of the-art practice, equipped with cutting-edge equipment and in a modern setting is what you want. The exception is a practice that offers patient-centric care.

Two messages are sent to patients when you add Solea into your practice. First, you are aware of the importance technology plays in high-level dentistry. The second is that you are willing and able to make an investment in their comfort to ensure they have a pleasant, anxiety-free, painless, and enjoyable experience.

Dr. Heath Brantley, a young Solea laser dentist, loves the laser because of its clinical capabilities, what it has done for his practice financially, and how it has changed his patients’ perspective on dental visits. In “How to Complete a Class II Restoration without Anesthesia,”Dr. Brantley discusses how Solea changed his mind on a specific clinical topic: Class II procedure. Before Solea, he considered it a “burden” on both him and his patients. The procedures weren’t necessarily profitable and took longer than they needed to. His efficiency has greatly improved since Solea. Now, Class II procedures are his most profitable work, as he reports, “I routinely complete $1,000-1,200 worth of fillings out of one chair per hour with Solea.”

Also, a second article “Your Accountant may be Wrong about New Technology,” Dr. Brantley discusses how Solea allowed him to begin his career with a financial “bang.” He says, “Two years out of school, I bought a practice along with its real estate for $1 million and had more than $200,000 in student loans, which was very scary to say the least… Three years after opening my practice, my revenues are up 300% due to a number of practice-building purchases, such as Solea.”

Anesthesia-free procedures, anxiety-free dental visitsNo matter who runs the practice, there are benefits that can be derived from a well-run practice. Solea can help you reposition your career and get it off the ground, no matter if you’re a veteran practitioner or just starting out in dentistry. Learn more about the CO2Laser or adding it to your practice? Contact Convergent Dental today.

Just Starting Out or Celebrating 20 Years in Dentistry? The Solea® Laser is Right for You!

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