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  • 2021-09-16

LLLT as an effective treatment of recurrent aphtous ulcers

Laser treatment of recurrent aphthous stomatitis is an easy, fast and pain-free procedure. Studies have shown that ulcers treated by laser therapy provide immediate pain relief and fewer recurrences in the future.

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  • 2021-09-08

The difference between the cooling lipolysis and laser lipolysis

Laser Lipo and CoolSculpting are two cosmetic procedures that can help remove fat from under the skin.

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  • 2021-08-30

LASER THERAPY FOR FUNGAL TOENAILS

First, briefly introduce the principle of laser treatment of nail fungal toenails. Laser devices emit pulses of energy that produce heat. When used to treat onychomycosis, the laser is directed so the heat will penetrate through the toenail to the nail bed where the fungus is present.

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  • 2021-08-27

980nm Diode Laser --An IDEAL treatment saving you from dangerous Snoring

980nm Diode Laser is an IDEAL treatment saving you from the Snoring and PIOON laser device is your optimal choice as treatment assistant.

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  • 2021-08-20

PIOON 1470 nm diode laser system for EVLA treatment with Radial fiber

Lower Limb Varicose Veins are common and frequently occurring diseases in vascular surgery. Early performance for limb acid distension discomfort, shallow vein tortuous group, with the progress of the disease, can appear skin pruritus, pigmentation, desquamation, lipid sclerosis and even ulcer. The treatment methods of varicose veins of lower limbs include lifestyle change, drug therapy, pressure hose therapy, high ligation and saphenous vein stripping, sclerotherapy and so on. Traditional surge

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  • 2021-08-12

TMJ laser therapy -- painless, non-invasive, and safe procedure

The temporomandibular joint, or TMJ, connects the jawbone to the skull. This joint performs both sliding and hinge actions, allowing the jaw to open, close, and move in circular motions. The bones that make these movements possible are covered in cartilage and separated from the jaw by a small, shock-absorbing disk.

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