"Low level laser therapy (LLLT) is based on the principle that. photons produced by low power laser stimulating cromophores involved in Krebs Cycle such as NAD and FAD enzymes,. improve ATP production enhancing mitosis, and reducing the. time of healing for the injured tissues.. The aim of this study is to evaluate clinically the efficiency of. this therapy in the field of implant dentistry.. It was set a biostimulation protocol (based on those found in. literature –1). A Nd-Yag laser was used (length wave. 1024 nm), fixing power at 1.00 W, energy at 100 mJ, and time. at 60″. An optical fiber of 600 lm was used, so as to apply it. in the fornix at the T0, the 3rd, the 5th and the 7th day from. the intervention. A patient was selected needing implant therapy. in both of maxillary arches, so to evaluate the therapy. clinic efficiency, only one side was treated and the other one. was used as the control.. The follow up was performed after 4 months, using the volumetric. radiography method and comparing the two sides. It. was possible to notice that the bone formed around the fixtures. was better for quality and much more than that one in. the other untreated side.. The bibliography and this clinic result show that LLLT. improve the patient’s comfort for the anti-inflammatory. action and can also produce the faster healing and mineralization. on the bone. Consequently it will be used in the future. as a good support treatment for the osteo-integration process and for the success of implant therapy."

Bone laser biostimulation applied to implant dentistry: case report

BERNARDI, SARA;CONTINENZA, Maria Adelaide
2013

Abstract

"Low level laser therapy (LLLT) is based on the principle that. photons produced by low power laser stimulating cromophores involved in Krebs Cycle such as NAD and FAD enzymes,. improve ATP production enhancing mitosis, and reducing the. time of healing for the injured tissues.. The aim of this study is to evaluate clinically the efficiency of. this therapy in the field of implant dentistry.. It was set a biostimulation protocol (based on those found in. literature –1). A Nd-Yag laser was used (length wave. 1024 nm), fixing power at 1.00 W, energy at 100 mJ, and time. at 60″. An optical fiber of 600 lm was used, so as to apply it. in the fornix at the T0, the 3rd, the 5th and the 7th day from. the intervention. A patient was selected needing implant therapy. in both of maxillary arches, so to evaluate the therapy. clinic efficiency, only one side was treated and the other one. was used as the control.. The follow up was performed after 4 months, using the volumetric. radiography method and comparing the two sides. It. was possible to notice that the bone formed around the fixtures. was better for quality and much more than that one in. the other untreated side.. The bibliography and this clinic result show that LLLT. improve the patient’s comfort for the anti-inflammatory. action and can also produce the faster healing and mineralization. on the bone. Consequently it will be used in the future. as a good support treatment for the osteo-integration process and for the success of implant therapy."
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