The EPIC 10 features a 940nm wavelength, intuitive procedure-based graphical touchscreen and will have the shortest pulse which are known to cause less thermal damage in tissue and produce cleaner cuts.

The EPIC 10 utilizes the company’s proprietary ComfortPulse control technology that helps to prevent potential tissue damage and keeps patients comfortable by avoiding pain-inducing heat buildup at the surgical site.

Biolase Technology chairman and CEO Federico Pignatelli said, "The BIOLASE engineering and marketing teams continue to lead the dental technology community in advancing laser technology with a focus on providing new tools to improve both the clinical results and the return-on-investment of dental practices."

EPIC 10 is not available for sale in the US, as it is pending 510 (k) clearance from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).