Dental Diode Lasers

Most dental lasers in fact have the effect of hemostasis is largely depending on the depth of penetration of the laser beam, and provided that the hemoglobin or collagen vascular wall is chromophore for this laser wavelength. CO2 laser seals the blood vessels typically a diameter of 500 microns or less, while more specific to hemoglobin KTP: YAG, Nd: YAG and argon lasers can provide a more profound hemostasis. Even when use of other lasers, CO2 is used to control bleeding through the laser beam on the surface of the surgical field somewhere between the distances of the focusing and defocusing effect to create hemostasis without cause significant ablation or dissection of tissue. Indications for the use of lasers in dental surgery are: frenectomy, Gingham voplastika, change shape and tissue papilla, Gingivectomy, Gingivectomy to create access, removal of lesions, removal of age spots and tattoos. Despite the fact that in certain clinical situations may be used at different wavelengths, and its choice should be borne in mind that universal prescription for laser surgery does not exist. Any doctor who uses lasers should receive appropriate instructions on the application of different length vln and laser devices, as well as use known procedures, along with their own clinical experience. The following sections outline some examples of applications of lasers during dental and cosmetic procedures. Gingivectomy IN HYPERPLASIA Laser dentistry is used to perform the cut on the Limits of the desired area of the gums in the focused mode and then perform the excision or ablation of excess hyperplastic tissues.

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