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22 December 1997 Biological effects caused by low-power laser light in the treatment of the dentition, periodontium, and mucosa of oral cavity, and lip diseases
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Nowadays low-power therapy is one of the leading trends in a combined treatment of the oral cavity and lips diseases. The present paper sums up the results of the investigation into the biological effects caused by low-power laser light (LPLL) during its interaction with hard and soft tissues of the oral cavity and lips. A research on the effect of LPLL upon the remineralization processes in the hard dental tissues in the stage in the stage of an initial caries was carried out in 150 patients. The biological effects caused by an interaction of LPLL with the parodontium tissues in the process of treatment of medium degree disease of the parodontium were studied in 140 patients; the effects of the above mentioned character which generated in lips tissues during treatment of a post-radiation chilitis were analyzed in 32 patients. Immunological, biochemical histochemical, morphological, stomatoscopic, bacteriological and other methods were employed while studying the bioeffects caused by LPLL in the parodontium, lips tissues and hard tissues of the tooth.
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Anatoly A. Kunin, Stanislava V. Erina, Victor A. Kashuba, Svetlana N. Pankova, Nicolay N. Stepanov, Svetlana G. Kazmina, Elvira I. Dergunova, F. Buerger, Alexander Herdt, Elana E. Podolskaya, Bogdan R. Shumilovitch, Yu. A. Ippolitov, and V. I. Tchernov "Biological effects caused by low-power laser light in the treatment of the dentition, periodontium, and mucosa of oral cavity, and lip diseases", Proc. SPIE 3198, Effects of Low-Power Light on Biological Systems, (22 December 1997); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.297988
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