This video is a celebration of C. Kumar N. Patel, PhD, MSc, and his invention of the carbon dioxide (CO2) laser. The American Laser Study Club (ALSC) is congratulating Dr.
Tips for getting started with tongue-tie and myofunctional therapy with Richard Baxter & Sarah Hornsby
Are you a dentist who wants to start screening for tongue-ties and implementing frenectomy procedures into your practice or a hygienist who wants to get trained in myofunctional therapy? Find
The suction nozzle should be as close as possible to the surgical site (per ANSI) and no further than 2 inches away (per CDC). In this video, you will see
Peter Vitruk, PhD, founder of the American Laser Study Club (ALSC), presents a short review of laser-tissue interaction as it applies to laser surgery in vascular tissue. Dr. Vitruk discusses
Dr. Richard Winter is a general dentist who focuses on reconstructive and implant dentistry. Dr. Winter presented at the first and second American Laser Study Club Symposia and shares his experience learning and networking at the Symposia.
Chih-Ming “Jimmy” Yu, DVM, shares his experience from attending the 2019 2nd Annual American Laser Study Club Symposium. He describes how the Symposium helped to expand his knowledge of laser
Matthew Rowe, DDS, MSD, gives a hands-on demonstration and introduction to CO2 laser tongue-tie release on a pig jaw during a recent American Laser Study Club (ALSC) continuing education course.
Loeta Robles, DDS, attended the frenectomy session at our 2019 American Laser Study Club (ALSC) Symposium. Dr. Robles reflects on her experience and her favorite aspects of the Symposium.
In this interview, Alisa Sacker, MD, IBCLC, shares the experience she had at the American Laser Study Club Symposium including how she learned new concepts, networked, and received support from her peers.