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SiroLaser Blue

The SiroLaser Blue is the first dental diode laser worldwide with a blue, infrared and red wavelength. An all-rounder for dental laser treatment.

Benefits at a glance

First dental diode laser to have a blue, an infrared and a red diode. This enables it to cover more than 20 indications - and therefore versatile possibilities for application in your practice routine


The proven infrared 970-nm diode is used to reduce bacterial levels in periodontology and endodontics


Less post-operative pain


Often makes sutures unnecessary, and thus usually mostly ensures scar-free healing of surgical wounds


Can be used everywhere. Its three different wavelengths open up many treatment options

Blue wavelength – 445 nm

The first Blue Laser for dental use. Blue laser light has a much higher absorbtion in soft-tissue (i.e. hemoglobin and melanin) than conventional infrared diode laser wavelengths (810nm, 940nm, 970nm).


This leads to a much improved soft-tissue cutting efficiency which allows non-contact cutting, a first in dentistry for diode lasers. No fiber initiation is required and non-contact cutting means there is no need to remove tissue residue from the fiber during treatment. Due to the high degree of absorption in hemoglobin, the hemostatic effect is outstanding, helping during all surgical treatments, as well as within CAD/CAM workflow

SiroLaser Blue
SiroLaser Blue

Infrared wavelength – 970 nm

The use of infrared laser light leads to improved germ reduction when managing the periodontal disease as an adjunct to scaling and root planing (SRP) as well as after the conventional treatment of the root canal. Infrared laser light can be applied to the pockets within the hygiene workflow. The laser-assisted periodontal therapy (LAPT) leads to an improved periodontal status without surgical intervention and with minimal discomfort. For the endodontic treatment the laser is used after preparing and rinsing the root canal in addition to the conventional treatment. The laser effectively reduces germs and bacteria in areas a rinsing fluid can never reach – even deep in the dentinal tubules – leading to better long-term prognosis

Red wavelength – 660 nm

Red laser light is used for photobiomodulation, also known as low level laser therapy. Photobiomodulation works through the application of photon energy of light to the tissue. It passes through the skin barrier and is absorbed by the cells where it initiates physiological reactions within the mitochondria. Photobiomodulation can be used throughout the dental practice, supporting indications in both surgical and therapeutic procedures.

SiroLaser Blue
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