Advantages of dental laser in periodontitis
The research shows that laser can deal with the inflammatory granulation tissue in the inner wall of the periodontal bag and the disinfection of the bag, and solve the traditional way in the treatment of periodontitis in the absence of thorough cleaning abuses.The effect of laser combined with conventional mechanical curettage is better than that of single mechanical treatment.Read More
Why the 1470nm better than the 980nm on the Proctology?
In a comparision operation, patients they used a laser with a wavelength of 980 nm which required 13 W power to seal the tract. For the rest of the patients, they used a laser with a wavelength of 1470 nm with 10 W power.Read More
What is the PLDD?
The treatment process uses a thin optical fiber to emit pulsed lasers. Percutaneous laser disc decompression uses laser energy to hollow the diseased nucleus pulposus, reduce the pressure in the intervertebral disc, and relieve and eliminate the compression on the sciatic nerve or vertebral artery nerve.Read More
The Scientific Basis for Dental Laser Clinical Indications in Patient Diagnosis and Treatment.
This photonic absorption within the target tissue results in an intracellular and/or intercellular change to produce the desired result. It is the basis for a dental laser’s functional dynamic process, referred to as a laser/tissue interaction.Read More
Laser therapy for mandibular and temporomandibular joint pain/dysfunction
Why use laser therapy? Although there are several treatments available for TMD. Some typical treatments are painkillers, dental clips, injections, massage, physical therapy, chiropractic or anti-inflammatory drugs.Read More
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.Read More