27 March 1996 Biostimulative laser therapy in difficult dentition of a lower wisdom tooth
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Proceedings Volume 2781, Lasers in Medicine; (1996) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.236825
Event: Lasers in Medicine, 1995, Warsaw-Zegrze, Poland
Abstract
In a group of 66 patients treated for difficult dentition of the lower wisdom tooth, 33 were subjected to biostimulative laser therapy. In this group 20 persons were treated conservatively together with laser therapy and 13 underwent surgical treatment together with exposure to laser irradiation. During the treatment a positive influence of the laser was found, i.e. a decrease in pain, edema, and trismus.
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Grazyna Grzesiak-Janas, "Biostimulative laser therapy in difficult dentition of a lower wisdom tooth", Proc. SPIE 2781, Lasers in Medicine, (27 March 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.236825; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.236825
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