New softlaser bleaching kit
The new softlaser bleaching kit is available! This most gentle and efficient 1-patient in-office tooth whitening kit is being boosted by 810 nm laser light – but with only 100 Milliwatts power instead of 1.0 to 1.5 Watts, leading to a minimum of demineralization. For a further reduction of post bleaching sensitivity, a desensitizing after-bleaching-care is enclosed in the kit. For protection of the adjacent gingiva, gingiva protection is also enclosed in the kit. Read more about the softlaser bleaching kit.
ORALIA and PHOTOLASE sign cooperation agreement
German hightech companies ORALIA und PHOTOLASE agree on a cooperation, after approval of ORALIA's ora-laser for the new Photolase® treatment, an extremely effective form of photodynamic therapy (aPDT). First training courses have been organized throughout Germany. At the moment, information and training courses are only available in German.
IDS 2011: ORALIA presents generation four of their beloved ora-laser
As the world's leading trade fair, IDS Cologne was an adequate environment to present the two new ora-laser devices (product generation four) being developed right now. ORALIA at IDS 2011.
30th anniversary of ORALIA: ora-laser congress 2010
We celebrated 30 years of ORALIA in the form of a laser congress, as we did before in 2002 and 2003, with many of our clients and partners, in the hotel InterContinental Frankfurt. We'd like to say a big thank you to all the 70 participants and speakers for this great event and your lovely feedback.
New application fibers: ora-laser fiber-tips
ORALIA has successfully developed new application fibers for its ora-laser d-lux (and the previous product generations ora-laser jet and ora-laser voxx).
New: ORALIA laser safety goggles
Our new laser safety goggles provide protection against high energetic laser light with a wavelength of 810 nm (ora-laser d-lux, ora-laser jet, ora-laser voxx and ora-laser 01 i.s.t.).
New management reports for duty.
Tiziano Caputo, being at ORALIA since the beginning of this millennium, will be responsible for all technical issues. Thomas Havemann, supporting ORALIA since 2006, will be responsible for all commercial issues.