Android-based Laser Control Screen

Product Description

Millennium Dental Technologies announces the first laser in the dental industry to incorporate an Android-based digital display and control system. By integrating the open-platform Android operating system, the PerioLase MVP-7 will enable new display device integration and upgrades without the purchase of a new laser.

The streamlined user interface increases usable display space to allow the clinician to focus on the clinical procedure, with intuitive operating controls and engaging graphics. The 360-degree mounting system increases clinician comfort during the procedure, with a wide range viewing angle and increased flexibility of laser placement in the operatory.




Teaching LANAP and LAPIP Protocols: Is Rutgers Starting a Trend?

Rutgers School of Dental Medicine just announced a partnership with Millennium Dental to begin teaching LANAP and LAPIP protocols to their postgraduate periodontics students. Rutgers is the first university to offer this education. The faculty recently completed their training on the PerioLase MVP-7 at Laser Bootcamp and are now ready to begin offering these cutting edge techniques at the school. Click here to learn more....

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