Laser treatment for cold sores, herpes and canker sores

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Laser in the dental practice Low level laser therapy (Soft Laser) The low level laser therapy leads to regeneration of cells and has anti-inflammatory (anti-inflammatory) and analgesic (pain-killing) effects. Furthermore, stimulates the immune system and these help promote wound healing. indications amongst other things – Herpes simplex (cold sores) – Herpes Zoster (Shingles) The CO2 laser  The main application of the CO2 laser is in soft tissue surgery. Separating the lips, cheeks and tongue strips and removal of growths are virtually no bleeding possible. Therefore, it takes in most cases no suturing and thus no post-treatment (2nd session). Also painful cold sores or canker sores, are fed particularly at an early stage with the CO2 laser a more rapid and painless healing.

The treatment with a CO2 laser relieves the symptoms in its early stages (vesicles) and results in faster and better healing. A recurrence at the same site is mostly prevented. Photodynamic therapy with the Soft Laser (1) In periodontitis (bacterially induced disease of the gums) Antimicrobial photodynamic therapy is a gentle and painless treatment without side effects. First, gum and bone pockets are professionally cleaned to remove soft and hard deposits and to reduce the number of bacteria. In the second step a blue color solution is applied to the gum and bone pockets. This solution is a so-called photosensitizer, which means a dye that is responsive to laser light of a certain wavelength. The dye molecules attach to the bacterial membrane, so that the bacteria are stained. Finally, the exposure is carried out with a gentle laser therapy. By the laser light results in the formation of active oxygen which causes damage to the bacterial membrane, thereby destroying the bacteria. (2) root canal disinfection When bacterially infected root canals as part of a root canal.

In addition to removing the nerve tissue and widen the root canals a blue color dye is applied in the root canals. This solution is a so-called photosensitizer, which means a dye that is responsive to laser light of a certain wavelength. The dye molecules attach to the bacterial membrane, so that the bacteria are stained. Finally, the exposure is carried out with a gentle laser therapy. By the laser light results in the formation of active oxygen which causes damage to the bacterial membrane, thereby destroying the bacteria. Subsequently, the root canals are filled and supplied to the tooth. This simple and rapid treatment to prevent the use of antibiotics or surgical measures in many cases.