TW Surgical

TW SURGICAL uses high power semiconductor laser, beam delivery is performed through 600 μm diameter optical fibers for use in surgical dental procedures.

The laser can operate in continuous or pulsed mode with maximum optical power ranging from 0.5 to 5W at an infrared wavelength (808-1064nm). Promotes tissue cutting and hemostasis simultaneously, without contamination and without the need for suturing.




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High-power laser allows photothermal interaction with soft tissues without affecting adjacent tissues. Removal of these tissues occurs after the absorption of the laser by the cellular water, with vaporization and transformation of the tissue into smoke, accompanied by the occlusion of small blood vessels and immediate sealing of the nerve endings. TW Surgical is perfect for the disinfection of contaminated conduits in Endodontics. Includes cleavage kit for optical fiber cutting (prolongs use) and allows for custom tuning of frequency, power and emission mode. An equipment differential is the option for assisted mode, with parameters pre-set at the factory.


Oral surgery:Excision ▪ Biopsies ▪ Leukoplakias ▪ Flat lichen ▪ Vaporization and ablation with hemostasis and tissue healing ▪ Treatment of medically debilitated patients (compromised health) ▪ Patients treated with drugs for blood thinning ▪ Patients with pacemakers ▪ Drug induced hyperplasias ▪ Mucosites In patients undergoing chemotherapy ▪ Hypertensive patients ▪ Reduction of infection for compromised cardiac patients ▪ Multiple extractions ▪ Revival of edges ▪ Pigmented lesions ▪ Pyogenic granuloma, fibroma, papilloma ▪ Nicotinic stomatitis ▪ Erosive flatulent lichen ▪ Inflammatory papillary hyperplasia epuli ▪ Clot formation for Bone coverage to reduce alveolitis ▪ Removal of lesions and benign conditions ▪ Gingival hyperplasia ▪ Apicectomies ▪ Mucoceles ▪ Face cosmetic surgery ▪ Superficial teleangiectasias ▪ Verruca vulgaris ▪ Removal of malignant lesions ▪ Removal of vascular lesions – hemangioma ▪ Removal of lesions in patients with disorders Hemorrhagic disorders ▪ Skin folds ▪ Verruca vulgaris ▪ Removal of malignant lesions ▪ Removal of lesions in patients with hemorrhagic disorders ▪ Removal of vascular lesions – hemangioma;

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery: Ablation of hair follicles of skin grafts ▪ Incisional and excisional biopsies ▪ Oral medicine ▪ Cold sores ▪ Aphthous ulcers ▪ Papillary tongue ▪ Language lesions ▪ Lesions present in the vermilion of the lips ▪ White superficial lesions (leukoplakia and lichen planus through laser peeling ) ▪ Removal of benign and malignant hyperkeratocysts and vascular lesions;

Prosthesis and implantology: Biopsies ▪ Injuries caused by prosthetics (healing and pain relief) ▪ Vestibular deepening ▪ Frenectomy ▪ Reduction of soft tissue of the tuberosity ▪ Implantology, reopening of implants, implant maintenance ▪ Immediate dentures ▪ Tissue trauma ▪ Papillary hyperplasia ▪ Positioning of pontics ▪ Positioning of pontics;

Endodontics: Decontamination and sealing of root canals ▪ Intracanal bacterial reduction ▪ Pulpotomy ▪ Bleeding control ▪ Incision and drainage ▪ Removal of gutta-percha from the canals ▪ Removal of organic debris ▪ Pulpal capping;

Periodontics: Soft tissue procedures for patients with poor health ▪ Coagulation of graft donor areas ▪ Removal of melanin gingiva stains for aesthetic purpose ▪ Postoperative management of patients operated through retail surgeries ▪ Plasticity of tissue for cosmetic dentistry and maintenance ▪ Reduction ▪ Gingivectomy (reduction of pockets up to 5-6 mm) ▪ Surgery with flap ▪ Removal of granulation tissue ▪ Formation of a protective layer on a surgical wound ▪ Conformation and adaptation of the flap margins ▪ Distal wedge Osteotomy) ▪ Reduction of soft tissue of tuberosities;

Pediatric dentistry: Hyperplasias ▪ Frenectomies ▪ Remineralization of white spots ▪ Tissue management ▪ Distal wedge ▪ Difficulties of eruption of teeth ▪ Incision and drainage of abscesses ▪ Pulpotomies ▪ Pulpectomies ▪ Decontamination of darkened grooves, incipient caries and margins of restorations;

Aesthetic Dentistry: Cleaning of grooves and fissures ▪ Removal of initial caries ▪ Cold sores ▪ Aphthous ulcers ▪ Removal of incipient carious tissue in dentin and enamel ▪ Tissue outline ▪ Positioning of pontics ▪ Increase in clinical crown (without osteotomy) ▪ Cauterizations by vaporization and ablation ▪ Gingival hyperplasia drug ▪ Tissue management ▪ Lingual and labial frenectomy ▪ Gingivectomy and Gingivoplasty (tissue carving);


• Specific safety glasses (professional and patient)

• Fiber Optic Cleavage Kit

• Pen and fiber optics 600 μm

• Tilt cabinet bracket


• Power Supply: 127 – 220V (Automatic)

• Wave-length:Infra-red (808 – 1064nm)

• Laser Class 4: IEC 60825-1

• Power: 0,5W – 5W (+- 20%)

• Screen: 3.5 inch touch screen

• Continuous Exposure, Pulse: 1,0 – 99 ms

• Single Pulse Exposure: 10 – 100 ms

• Repetitive Exposure: 0,1 – 99 ms