Zastosowanie lasera diodowego u dzieci

Zastosowanie lasera diodowego u dzieci

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MS 2021; 3: 10-22.

Aneta Olszewska, Damian Korczyński

Streszczenie
Lasery diodowe znane są z szerokiego zastosowania w leczeniu chirurgicznym, periodontologicznym i endodontycznym u dorosłych pacjentów. Obecnie, ze względu na obecność na rynku laserów o różnej długości fali, możliwości terapeutyczne laserów diodowych pozwalają na coraz szersze zastosowanie również u młodych pacjentów. Laseroterapia stwarza bardziej komfortowe i mniej stresujące warunki pracy dla lekarza i dziecka, takie jak: zmniejszenie dolegliwości bólowych, łatwa i szybka aplikacja, efekt hemostatyczny, mniejsze dolegliwości pozabiegowe, szybsze gojenie i ograniczona potrzeba stosowania antybiotyków. W pracy przedstawiono wykorzystanie lasera diodowego w różnych procedurach stomatologicznych u dzieci.

Abstract
Diode lasers are very well known for their wide range of applications in surgery, periodontics and endodontics for adults. Nowadays, diode laser has one of the most versatile ranges of wavelengths available due to the number of different therapies that can be performed for children and adolescents. . They provide a comfortable and stress-free environment to the pedodontist and a child by offering reduced pain, swelling, easy application ,faster healing, an excellent haemostatic effect and the reduced use of post-operative antibiotics. The aim of this paper is to review the various wavelengths diode laser applications in pediatric dentistry.

Hasła indeksowe: laser diodowy, stomatologia dziecięca, długość fali promieniowania
Key words: diode laser, pediatric dentistry, laser wavelengths

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