Shatkin F.I.R.S.T. Soft Tissue Diode Laser


Major Benefits:

1. Easy portable device to install and ready to use (plug and play)
2. Procedures are now easier and cleaner (great hemostasis)
3. Safer than other cutting devices (e.g. electrosurge)
4. Reduced healing time and minimal charring of the tissue
5. More than enough power to deal with the most fibrous tissues

Shatkin F.I.R.S.T. Laser is the most advanced dental diode laser on the market. It is specially designed to perform the soft tissue procedures in a least invasive and less traumatic manner. The Shatkin F.I.R.S.T. Laser helps reduce healing time while providing simultaneous hemostasis; all while achieving minimal charring of the tissue.

With a higher absorption in hemoglobin, oxyhemoglobin and water; studies prove the laser’s ablating efficiency is significantly enhanced. The 980nm wavelength takes advantage of the 70% water content of the tissue which allows the high absorption of its radiant light energy into the tissue.

Why 980nm wavelength?

– 10 times higher absorption in water than 810nm wavelength
– Water can be used for cooling
– Minimal area of necrosis and charred tissue
– Precise tissue ablation
– Use of radiant energy instead of conductive energy (heat)
-Excellent hemostasis with high absorption in hemoglobin and oxy-hemoglobin
-Reduced patient post-operative pain and tissue swelling

Why 7 watts & Super Pulses?

– Fast tissue ablation with the high fluency technique
– Cut through fibrous tissues e.g. frenectomy
– Super Pulses allows tissue to cool down while using high power
– Optimal tissue vaporization
– Laser bleaching/ tooth whitening
– Enhanced patient comfort

The wavelength of a diode laser determines its properties and capabilities; in addition, the wavelengths and absorption levels affect the tissue differently. The right balance between the level of absorption by water, hemoglobin and type of wavelength is important to achieve optimal laser-tissue interaction. 980nm wavelength has the best balance.

The absorption depends on:
– Water (tissue contains around 70% of water): the better the water is absorbed the better the laser cuts. Absorption of light energy in water: 3% for 810nm, 15% for 1064nm, 35% for 980nm*
– Hemoglobin: high absorption by Hemoglobin produces char free coagulation and successful hemostasis
– Wavelengths: 980nm cuts more optically than thermally. The 980nm laser energy is absorbed vs the thermal effect (carbonized tip / heat)) used by other wavelengths

Why is the right balance between the level of absorption by water, hemoglobin and type of wavelength is important?

For example, the 810nm wavelength cuts thermally at it is less absorbed by water and hemoglobin than the 980nm wavelength. 810nm is well absorbed by pigmented structures providing for good hemostasis and effective cutting of tissue however, the fiber tip requires to be initiated (carbonized tip) in order to ablate. The ‘initiation’ traps the heat at the fiber tip and cut tissue via conductive heat (‘hot tip’). The heat generated cuts, vaporizes the tissue on the other hand the heat can also produce collateral tissue damage, swelling, tissue necrosis, charring and patient discomfort (810nm may require more local or topical anesthetic).

The 980nm wavelength cuts and coagulates optically; it doesn’t require an initiated tip (‘hot tip’) because the laser energy is well absorbed by water and hemoglobin. 980nm uses radiant energy to enhance vaporization of the tissue instead of heat. 980nm also maintains a controlled depth penetration and essentially eliminates collateral tissue damage. 980nm minimizes post operative swelling and patient discomfort as well as charring free.

*Cecchetti W, Guazzieri C, Tasca A, Dal Bianco M, Zattoni F, Pagano F, 980 nm Diode Laser and Fiber Optic Resectoscope in Endourological Surgery, European Biomedical Optics Week, BiOS Europe ’96

User Friendly Touch ScreenDC Lase Screen

Adjustable power 0.1w to 7w
Adjustable pulses 50us to 30s
Continuous mode (CW)
Adjustable energy (Joules)
Fully customisable presets
Adjustable aiming beam

Specifications

Laser: Diode laser
Wavelength: 980±10 nm
Output Power: 0.1W to 7W
Double Cooling system
Display: LCD Touch Screen
Operation modes: Continuous Wave (CW) or Single Pulse or Pulse Sequence
Pulse Length: 50us to 30s
Pulse Interval: 50us to 30s
Dimensions (WxHxD): 130x190x180mm
Weight: approx. 3lbs (1.5 kg)
Fiber: single core 400 um (standard), Optional 200 um
Fiber Length: 10 feet (3m)
Power Supply: 100-240VAC, 47-63Hz
Warranty: 2 years

Clinical Procedures

Abscess
Aphthous ulcer
Crown lenghtening
Excisional and incisional biopsies
Exposure of unerupted teeth
Fibroma removal
Frenectomy
Frenotomy
Gingival troughing for crown impressions
Gingivectomy
Gingivoplasty
Gingival incision and excision
Hemostasis and coagulation
Implant recovery
Incision and drainage of abscess
Leukoplakia
Operculectomy
Oral papillectomies
Pulpotomy
Pulpotomy as an adjunct to root canal therapy
Reduction of gingival hypertrophy
Soft tissue crown lengthening
Treatment of canker sores, herpetic and aphthous ulcers of the oral mucosa.
Tooth whitening/ Bleaching
Vestibuloplasty
Laser Periodontal procedures:
Laser soft tissue curettage
Laser removal of diseased, infected, inflamed and necrosed soft tissue within the periodontal pocket
Sulcular debridement

Shatkin F.I.R.S.T. Laser package ContentDC Lase Laser Wand

One Diode Laser 980nm 7W
One Permanent Surgical Hand piece
Set of disposable tips 400um
Three Pairs of Laser Goggles
One Universal Power supply (110-240v)
One Power cord
One Corded Foot switch IP68
One Remote Interlock
One Operation Manual
One Clinical Guide
One Laser Warning sign
One Carrying case + key

Shatkin F.I.R.S.T. Laser Accessories & OptionsDC Lase Bleaching Wand

Bleaching Handpiece (single arch)

Laser Therapy Handpiece (8mm)

Strippable Fiber Delivery System
(1 fiber, 1 fiber stripper, 1 fiber cleaver, 1 Surgical Handpiece, cannula tips)

Disposable tips (400um)

Strippable fiber (200um or 400um)

Online Laser Certification with Advanced Laser Training
(Certification + CE credits)