Styla MicroLaser dental system wins Medical Design Excellence award

APRIL 13, 2009--Among the winners of this year's Medical Design Excellence Awards (MDEA) is the Styla MicroLaser advanced dental laser system by Zap Lasers (Pleasant Hill, CA). In its announcement of the winners, awards producer MD&DI (Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry) magazine said Styla enables dentists to perform soft-tissue procedures with little or no patient anesthetic, recession, bleeding, or pain. The unit is 6.9 in. long, and weighs just 1.9 oz. It is powered by interchangeable lithium batteries, and activated wirelessly using a foot switch for easy operation by the dentist.

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