Register to learn about surgical lasers with a focus on airways disorders treatments from leaders and pioneers at the ALSC’ 5th Annual Symposium!! The 2022 Symposium will be held February
The American Laser Study Club (ALSC), a specialty laser surgery and laser dentistry training organization, is pleased to become a Collaboration Cures Affiliate at the American Academy of Physiological Medicine and
The American Laser Study Club (ALSC) continues to accept abstracts of presentations of its upcoming 4th Annual Symposium. BOTHELL, WA, US, October 22, 2020 — The 4th Annual Symposium of
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
The safe removal of water spray dispersed laser plume is not covered by ANSI Z136.3 Standard for Safe Use of Lasers in Health Care (2018 Edition)
By Peter Vitruk, PhD, MInstP, CPhys ANSI Z136.3 Standard for Safe Use of Lasers in Health Care (2018 Edition) defines laser plume as one of the non-beam laser hazards since
Martin Kaplan, DMD, has been awarded an Honorary Membership at the American Laser Study Club (ALSC). Dr. Kaplan was a recipient of the 2020 Kumar Patel Prize in Laser Surgery
“Breathe and Thrive” is the theme of the 2020 Symposium and it is focused on airway disorders.
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.
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.
In her interview, Dr. Allison Adams shares her experience attending the 2019 American Laser Study Club Symposium. She touches on subjects such as, the quality of the presentations and networking.