Clear Bracket System




PURE® Patient Aesthetics
Pure monocrystalline sapphire for a virtually invisible bracket.

PURE® Patient Comfort
Each PURE bracket has been diamond and heat polished for an ultra-smooth finish.

PURE® Bond Strength
Propietary bonding base ensures the PURE brackets stay put until you are ready to remove them.

PURE® Contoured Base
Bracket base allows for quick and easy bracket placement.

PURE® Predictable Debonding
The bracket is designed to fail at the bracket/adhesive interface.


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Nitrous Oxide Delivery System

Matrx Fraser MDM® Mixer


Matrx Fraser MDM® is a unique nitrous oxide/oxygen mechanical mixer which allows easy titration of nitrous oxide levels for quick and effective pain relief.

  • Allows titration with tidal volumes as low as 3.2 lpm
  • Changes to flow rate do not affect the titration level
  • Changes to titration levels do not affect the flow rate


Nitrous oxide sedation – also called Relative Analgesia(RA) – is indicated for pain relief and management ofanxiety during moderately painful procedures and painful surgery such as:
  • Dental surgery
  • Emergency medical care
  • Obstetrics
  • Suturing of superficial wounds
  • Reduction of simple fractures

Benefits of Nitrous Oxide Sedation

  • Reduced pain and anxiety
  • Nitrous Oxide (N2O) has analgesic, anxiolytic as well as mild amnesic properties which make it an excellent agent to reduce patients’ pain and fear.
  • Relaxed patients remain fully conscious and responsive
  • Rapid onset / rapid recovery
  • Clinical effects may begin in less than 30 seconds with peak effects occurring in less than 5 minutes.
  • Rapid recovery is achieved after administering 100% oxygen for 5 minutes.

Why choose Fraser MDM® Mixer?

  • Allows easy titrationMDM®allows easy incremental titration of nitrous oxide levelsIts unique auto-compensation system eliminates the need to constantly readjust the flowrate and mixture percentage during the titration process.
  • Built-in safety features to ensure patient oxygenation MDM®is designed to supply a minimum of 30% oxygen.
  • Fail-safe system immediately stops the flow of nitrous oxide if the oxygen supply is discontinued.
  • Integrated oxygen flush button immediately increases the flow of oxygen to the reservoir bag by 20 lpm.
  • Automatic air intake valve opens to provide ambient air to the patient if the reservoir bag is depleted
  • Check valve protects the patient against from re-breathing expired gases.

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How patient benefit from nitrous oxide gas sedation? Click here.

Dental Laser Unit

elexxion [email protected] nano


Efficient performance – gentle cutting action – innovative design. That’s what modern diode lasers are all about. The elexxion claros nano is based on the use of superior DPL technology, which opens the way to dozens of soft tissue applications. Painless, efficient and gentle.

The patented pulse technology of the elexxion claros nano combines the benefits of high energy output with the safety and simplicity of a conventional compact diode laser. In addition, the ultra-short pulse duration of 16 μs permits thermal relaxation of target tissue, which keeps undesirable tissue damage to a minimum.

The combination of high output power and extremely short pulses makes it possible to achieve exceptional cutting speed and precision. The patented pulse technology also prevents virtually all tissue carbonization and as a result shortens recovery time.

The wavelength of 810 nm ensures outstanding results in terms of coagulation.


Technical Data

Wavelength: 810 nm
Energy output: 0 – 15 W
CW operation: 7 W
Repetition rate: CW – 20.000 Hz
Pulse duration: 16 µs / CW
Dimensions: H 34 cm, B 18 cm, T 20 cm
Weight: 3,7 kg
Laser class: 4
CE 0535

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To read more on clinical applications of Diode Laser click here

Laser Dentistry – Clinical Application



Dental lasers are now being used in all fields of dental disciplines from oral surgery , restorative dentistry in caries removal and tooth preparation , cosmetic dentistry in soft tissue contouring and osseous crown lengthening to periodontology and endodontics in bacterial decontamination and associated surgical treatments. Most recently, researchers are looking into the application of lasers in implant dentistry and treatment of peri-implantitis.

Laser in Oral Surgery

Oral Surgery

Surgical procedures with the diode laser are often bloodless and pain free. These are very desirable attributes for both the dentist and patient.

1. Surgery General – the laser is working at its highest power level

2. Treatment of Abscess – A localized periapical or periodontal abscess

3. Apthous Ulcer Therapy

4. Hemostasis – bleeding following any dental surgery procedure.

5. Curettage – Treatment of advanced periodontal disease 6-10mm.

6. Epulides – Epulis Fissurata all biotypes from granulomatous to giant cell, and fibrous.

7. Irritation Fibroma – Fibromas of the tongue, lip, cheek, and gingiva.

9. Gingivectomy prior to impression or cad cam crown – excess tissue needing removal prior to crown impression, cosmetic recontouring.

10. Granuloma – granulomatous tissue present necessitating removal.

11. Hemangioma – hemangiomas of the lip cheek or tongue as well as blue or venous lake lesions

12. Removal of Hyperplastic tissue – any type of hyperplastic tissue.

13. Bacterial Reduction – any surface area needing reduction of bacteria.

14. Flap surgery – any area requiring a bloodless flap where compromised vascularity is not an issue, for example a split thickness flap for a connective tissue graft is not an area where the laser should be used.

15. Excisional biopsy – any tissue requiring removal that is indicated for a pathology report.

16. Retention cyst – any retained cystic tissue.

17. Exposure of Impacted Teeth – removal of impacted teeth or exposure for orthodontic purposes.

18. Edentulous ridge – removal of excess tissue for preprosthetic surgery.

19. Seeping hemorrhage – areas of persistent bleeding.

20. Sulcus preparation – preparing the sulcus for impressions for crowns or for cad cam images for crowns.

21. Verrucae Lesion – Removal of all Verrucae, wart like and papillomatous lesions.

22. Vestibuloplasty – Ill fitting dentures due to high muscle attachments.

23. Root end rescetion – Failed endodontic treatment needing endodontic surgery (apicoectomy/apicesectomy).


Laser for Gum Treatment


The diode wavelengths have desirable characteristics for periodontal therapy because of an excellent bacterial decontamination rate of 99.6%

1. Pocket treatment – periodontally generated pain

2. Gingivectomy – excessive gingiva, sufficient attached tissue and biologic width is needed.

3. Internal bevel incision – swollen gingiva, excessive pocket depth that will not resolve with conservative treatiment.

4. Bacterial reduction – mild to advanced periodontal disease accompanied by bleeding and or bone loss.

5. Decontaminate membranes – any surface which is in need of bacteial decontamination.

6. Open curettage – Pocket depth in excess of 7 mm where access and visualization of calculus for removal is

7. Pocket reduction – excessive pocket depth or a need to remodel the gingival architecture to a more favorable state where the attached gingiva is sufficient for removal, ie.the hard palate


Laser for Endodontic Treatment


Diode lasers provide excellent bacterial reduction in endodontic canals. The laser offers much better reduction than other means. Investigation of the dentinal tublii shows bacterial contamination up to 1,100μm in depth. Chemical decontamination produces activity up to only 100μm. Diode lasers will produce complete decontamination up to 1,000μm.


Laser for Teeth Whitening


A treatment which gets much more famous to every year in aesthetic dentistry is bleaching.


Laser in Dental Implant



Low Lever Laser Therapy


The therapy laser (LLLT – low level laser therapy) is a good instrument for a pain reduction, better wound healing and a bio-stimulation.


Special Laser Therapy – Depigmentation

Pigmented gums or lips can be treated with laser.

Pre-op: Case report from Dr. Kenneth Luke/Hong Kong

1 week post-op: Case report from Dr. Kenneth Luke/Hong Kong