Subpicosecond laser ablation of dental enamel
Laser ablation of dental enamel with subpicosecond laser pulses has been studied over the intensity range of (0.1–1.4)×10¹⁴ W/cm² using 95 and 150 fs pulses at a pulse repetition rate of 1 kHz. The experimentally determined ablation threshold of 2.2±0.1 J/cm² was in good agreement with theoretical predictions based on an electrostaticablation model. The ablation rate increased linearly with the laser fluence for up to 15 times the ablation threshold. The absence of collateral damage was...[Show more]
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