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HOYA ConBio(TM) Introduces VersaWave(R) Specialty Laser
Date:11/24/2008

All-Tissue Er:YAG laser To Debut at Greater NY Dental Meeting

FREMONT, Calif., Nov. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- HOYA ConBio(TM), a global leader in dental and aesthetic lasers, today announced the launch of the VersaWave(R) Specialty Er:YAG all-issue dental laser. The advanced full-featured laser will debut at the 2008 Greater New York Dental Meeting, November 30 - December 3, 2008 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

"The VersaWave Specialty builds on our solid heritage of developing sophisticated lasers for the dental community that are versatile, reliable and affordable," said Timothy S. Gehlmann, President & CEO, HOYA ConBio. "Designed to enhance the capabilities of the general or specialist dentist with laser experience, the VersaWave Specialty combines functional, proven VersaWave technology with user defined features for optimum performance of profitable treatments."

Featuring a wide range of power settings, the VersaWave Specialty allows for treatment of all phases of soft or hard tissue dentistry. This indispensable tool offers general or aesthetic dentists the ease-of-use of an all-tissue laser, and enables specialists to perform advanced, profitable treatments in periodontics, endodontics, prosthodontics and pediatrics.

According to Mr. Gehlmann, the affordable pricing of the VersaWave Specialty includes in-office and off-site training at the HOYA ConBio College of Laser Dentistry (http://www.conbio.com/html/workshops-dental.html). "Our dental education programs truly set the standard within the industry and teach general and specialist dentists how to retain commonly referred procedures as well as enhance their practice with the benefits of superior laser dentistry."

The sleek, elegant design of the VersaWave Specialty features a precision laser fiber tip, easy-view procedure curved tips and ergonomic handpiece to deliver consistent performance. Advanced features include on-board calibration, water level monitoring and easy access foot-control. The intuitive panel has a LED readout with procedure-specific presets. The integrated Trutest(R) fiber calibration port ensures consistent power output. As with all HOYA ConBio dental lasers, the VersaWave Specialty features the most flexible, durable and longest fiber in the dental industry.

About HOYA ConBio: HOYA ConBio designs, manufactures and markets sophisticated laser systems used in dental and aesthetic medical practices worldwide, widely recognized by practitioners as "The World's Most Reliable Lasers(TM)." The company's innovative technologies are highly versatile, clinically effective, and offer rapid return on investment. Headquartered in Fremont, CA, HOYA ConBio maintains a worldwide product and service distribution network. For more information, call 800-532-1064 or visit www.conbio.com.


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