|The mechanism of action of softlaser therapy|
Softlaser therapy means that a diseased or affected tissue of poor condition is treated by low-intensity (400–900 nm) irradiation (photobiomodulation, LLLT). The effect changes the permeability of the cell membrane and leads to increased mRNA synthesis and cell proliferation. These effects are not the consequences of the thermal effect of irradiation as in laser surgery; rather, they are the results of photochemical interactions.
|The effects of softlaser therapy|
The coherent, high-intensity light of lasers induces a variety of biochemical processes in cells, acting as a catalyst in processes that would otherwise start slowly, with difficulty, or not at all. These cellular processes result in faster cell proliferation, accelerated revascularization, reduced inflammation and oedema, pain relief, and local immunostimulation.
|The benefits of softlaser therapy|
‘Dentists need lasers of multiple different wavelengths so that they can offer comprehensive laser treatments for their patients. The teeth, the joints, the mucous membranes and surgical interventions all require a laser of different wavelength.
The fact that all these different wavelengths are provided by the same device makes the treatments much easier and considerably shortens the treatment times.
For dental clinics with a high patient turnover it is a must to have a combined laser.’Dr. Ida Kútvölgyi, Dental Specialist
‘I have been using the device developed by MedLaser Family for nearly six months. My interest was caught primarily by the advanced features offered by the device and secondly by its favourable price/value ratio. It is my firm belief that in this second aspect the device is ‘unbeatable’ on the market.
The device offers all the features that may be needed in an average dental practice. I personally find it very useful in paediatric dentistry (e.g. for frenulectomy in a child- and parent-friendly manner).
I also use it for dental surgery interventions and also for supporting the healing process… and all these uses are offered by a single device!
The patients’ feedback is definitely positive.
The device is easy to use, its design is practical. It is good to work with!’Dr. Anita Fáber, Dental Specialist, Paediatric Dentist