One of my clinical fascinations is technological advances that will streamline procedural flow and proficiency. Last year, we introduced the LiteTouch Er:YAG laser to the practice, primarily for removing and upgrading e.max veneers. There are many other soft and hard tissues applications this type of laser brings to the clinical theater. This video is about repairing a margin with caries on an e.max bridge placed over ten years ago. There are many benefits to removing diseased tissue with a Er:YAG laser: calibrated for selective caries removal, antibacterial activity, debris removal without producing a smear layer, surface retentive conditioning (phosphoric etch not required), and optimal marginal restorative seal reducing clinical marginal interphase microleakage as compared to rotary instrument preparation.