Published Laser Research

Application of a Diode Laser in the Reduction of Targeted Periodontal Pathogens – Dec 2013

Mirjana Gojkov-Vukelic, Sanja Hadzic, Amira Dedic, Rijad Konjhodzic, Edina Beslagic.

Conclusions: Based on the obtained results, we concluded that diode laser irradiation reduces the number of active periodontal pathogens. We believe that the use of diode lasers, as a supplementary method in the treatment of periodontal disease, is extremely useful and efficient, and can be recommended as part of standard clinical practice.

Five-year retrospective study of laser-assisted periodontal therapy
Edward R. Kusek, DDS  !  Amanda J. Kusek, RDH  !  E. Alex Kusek


7 Published Research Citations 
810nm Diode Laser
1. Stimulatory Effect Of Low-Level Laser Irradiation On The Proliferation Of Human Periodontal Ligament Fibroblasts(PDLF).
2. Effect of laser therapy on attachment, proliferation and differentiation of human osteoblast-like cells cultured on titanium implant material
3. Effect of low-power laser irradiation on cell growth and procollagen synthesis of cultured fibroblasts
4. Effect of low level diode laser irradiation of human oral mucosa fibroblasts in vitro
5. Bacterial Reduction in Periodontal Pockets Through Irradiation with a Diode Laser: A Pilot Study
6.Treatment of periodontal pockets with a diode laser
7. Diode Laser (980 nm) in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgical Procedures: Clinical Observations Based on Clinical Applications
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