Biolase opens corporate technology and training center

Dental laser manufacturer and distributor Biolase (Irvine, CA) has opened its technology and training center at its corporate headquarters in Irvine, which will provide introductory and specialized training sessions for dental professionals seeking proficiency and certification training using the company's products. The facility will also be used to continuously train and clinically educate the company's sales team.

The facility features a hands-on lab with the company's patented Waterlase dental laser technology, proprietary EPIC diode lasers, and fully functional 3D digital imaging, including NewTom Cone Beam 3D imaging and the company's DaVinci Imaging products.

Under the guidance of experienced clinicians, the training courses will follow the teaching method of "Tell, Show, Do and Teach Each Other," combining lecture and hands-on instruction with extracted teeth and proxy dental models. Factory tours will also be provided to allow dental professionals a look into the development and manufacturing of the company's products.

The new center's course offering includes Waterlase and Diode Laser Certification Training, refresher classes, and Master Specialty courses in endodontics, periodontics, and pediatric dentistry. A full range of 3D imaging courses are in development.

For more information on training and events, please visit www.learnlasers.com.

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