CNC Specialties, an outdoor furniture company based in Austin, Texas, has developed an innovative system that uses a laser to remove a child’s dental plaque from the surface of their teeth.
CNC specializes in cleaning and installing outdoor furniture, including table and chair sets, with precision.
In a statement to CNBC, CNC said that its technology has been tested successfully on children, and the team is working to increase the success rate for its dental laser tooth removal system.
C-NC’s latest project, dubbed the “Karma-C,” is based on a similar technology, and it uses a light source that can travel at an angle of about 45 degrees to penetrate the surface.
The result is a “mosaic of teeth” that can be seen in videos.
It is the first time a tooth removal laser has been shown to remove dental plaque in children.
The product was developed by CNC, which is based in New York City, and is based off of the concept of “sensory augmentation,” according to CNC.
It uses lasers to stimulate the nerves that control our ability to taste, smell, touch, and hear, among other senses.
The technology is already being used to treat dental caries, according to CNN.
The company’s CEO, Mark Cancan, told CNBC that the technology is designed to “enhance our customer experience, and in turn, reduce our cost and reduce the amount of labor needed.”
The company has not yet released any additional details about the project.
The startup says the Karma-C is currently in its prototype stage and that it is expected to ship in Q1 of 2020.
SOURCE: CNC SPECIALTY STORES, INC.