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Clinical and experimental low-intensity laser therapy in dentistry
Author(s): Nikolai N. Petrishchev; V. I. Kalinin; Ludmila I. Yantareva; Ludmila A. Ermolaeva; A. B. Veselovskij; A. S. Mitrofanov; G. D. Fefilov
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Paper Abstract

The main factors in pathogenesis of the mouth mucosa and parodontium are defects in microcirculation: changes in the vessel tone, the vascular wall permeability and reactivity, rhealogical properties of blood and defects in metabolism and local factors of immunological defence. He-Ne laser (HNL) radiation with wavelength of 630 nm has been effectively used as an antiinflammatory procedure. HNL was determined to lower permeability of vessels, to increase the rate of volumetric blood flow, to rise Po2 in periodontal tissues which helps to stop tissue hypoxia and to do away with oedema.

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Date Published: 17 April 1995
PDF: 3 pages
Proc. SPIE 1984, Advanced Laser Dentistry, (17 April 1995); doi: 10.1117/12.207025
Show Author Affiliations
Nikolai N. Petrishchev, Pavlov Medical Institute (Russia)
V. I. Kalinin, Pavlov Medical Institute (Russia)
Ludmila I. Yantareva, Pavlov Medical Institute (Russia)
Ludmila A. Ermolaeva, Pavlov Medical Institute (Russia)
A. B. Veselovskij, Institute of Fine Mechanics and Optics (Russia)
A. S. Mitrofanov, Institute of Fine Mechanics and Optics (Russia)
G. D. Fefilov, Institute of Fine Mechanics and Optics (Russia)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 1984:
Advanced Laser Dentistry
Gregory B. Altshuler; Richard J. Blankenau; Harvey A. Wigdor, Editor(s)

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