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Surgical and non-surgical treatment of periodontal diseases
High power lasers have been used in periodontics mainly for the surgical treatment of soft tissues and in non-surgical periodontal treatments such as therapy for sulcular or periodontal pocket debridement, reduction of ...
Surgical treatment of erythroleukoplakia in lower lip with carbon dioxide laser radiation
Erythroplakia is considered to represent a premalignant condition and is felt to be at high risk to progress to oral cancer development. When the lesion presents with red and white mucosal alterations concomitantly, the ...
Treatment of squamous cell carcinoma of lower lip with carbon dioxide (CO2) laser
(Quintessenz Publishing, 2006)
Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) represents 95% of oral cavity cancers, including tongue and lips. In most cases, if this lesion is diagnosed in the initial stages, the treatment of choice is surgery under general anesthesia. ...
Surgical treatment of oral lymphangiomas with CO2 laser: report of two uncommon cases
(Funda????o Odontol??gica de Ribeir??o Preto, 2010)
Removal of oral lichen planus by CO2 laser
(Funda????o Odontol??gica de Ribeir??o Preto, 2011)
LASIK em programa de treinamento médico: complicações relacionadas a microcerátomos
(Conselho Brasileiro de Oftalmologia, 2003-12-01)
PURPOSE: To evaluate microkeratome complications related to laser in situ keratomileusis - LASIK - in a residency program. METHODS: A total of 1,611 eyes were retrospectively evaluated after being submitted to laser in ...
A 12-month follow-up of hypopigmentation after laser hair removal
Introduction: Laser hair removal is becoming an increasingly popular alternative to traditional methods such as shaving, waxing, among other methods. Semiconductor diode lasers are considered the most efficient light sources ...
Effects of copper vapor laser radiation on the root canal wall of human teeth: A scanning electron microscope study
Objective: The aim of this study is to analyze the effects of copper vapor laser radiation on the radicular wall of human teeth. Materials and Methods: Immediately after the crowns of 10 human uniradicular teeth were cut ...
Variation of Laser Intensity on the Healing of Cutaneous Wounds
Tissue repair is an integration of dynamic interactive processes that involves soluble mediators, blood components, production of extra-cellular matrix and mesenchymal cells. Many studies involving the use of LLLT shows ...