Das in Kooperation der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Laserzahnheilkunde e.V. (DGL) und der 2018 gegründeten International Society for Laser Dentistry (ISLD) herausgegebene Magazin stellt sich in den Dienst des internationalen Know-how-Transfers in der Laserzahnmedizin. Analog zu dem seit 2000 sehr erfolgreich weltweit verlegten Magazin implants erhalten die Leser durch anwenderorientierte Fallberichte, wissenschaftliche Studien und komprimierte Produkt- und Veranstaltungsinformationen ein regelmäßiges Update aus der Welt der internationalen  Laserzahnmedizin. Einen besonderen Stellenwert haben in diesem Zusammenhang vor allem Berichte über die international stattfindenden Fachkongresse und Symposien sowie die internationalen Aktivitäten der DGL und ISLD. laser – international magazine of laser dentistry erscheint vierteljährlich und in englischer Sprache (BE).

Themen der aktuellen Ausgabe 01/2020

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Editorial: Software innovation at its best
Dr Stefan Grümer
We all believe in a bright future for laser dentistry, a specialist eld that is guided by experience and driven by innovation. It can be argued that advancements in laser dentistry should be made not only in terms of hardware, but also in terms of software.
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Effects of 10,600 nm carbon dioxide lasers on preventing caries
1 School of Dentistry, Shenzhen University Health Science Center, Shenzhen, China; 2 Faculty of Dentistry, The University of Hong Kong, Pok Fu Lam, Hong Kong, China; 3 Department of Operative Dentistry, RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany
Although dentistry has benefitted from technological advancements in recent years, dental caries remains a major oral health problem in most industrialised and non-industrialised countries affecting more than half of schoolchildren and a large majority of adults.1 Dental caries is a localised chemical dissolution of dental hard tissues caused by the action of acidic by-products of the metabolic processes of cariogenic biofilm.2 ...
Treatment of midline diastema
Dr Nataša Prebil, Slovenia
Physiological transitory maxillary midline diastema is observed in children during the eruption of the maxillary an-terior canines, but is unrelated to the eruption of teeth. In most cases, it self-corrects after the eruption of the maxillary canines (in 96 % it closes spontaneously). Mid-line diastema of teeth has been observed owing to various aetiological factors, such as supernumerary teeth, congenital absence of permanent teeth, deleterious oral habits, high frenal attachment and others, such as peg-shaped laterals and microdontia...
Complex management of drug-induced gingival hyperplasia
1 Department of Periodontology and Oral Disease, Faculty of Dental Medicine, Medical University of Plovdiv, Bulgaria2 Institute of Mechanical and Electrical Integration, National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan
Drug-induced gingival overgrowth or enlargement oc-curs as a part of the systemic therapy of some non-dental conditions.1 It occurs as an adverse effect following ad-ministration of drugs such as calcium channel blockers, anticonvulsants, specific immunosuppressants, among others.1 The existence of specific oral and extra-oral factors (age, genetic predisposition, presence of pre-existing plaque and gingival inflammation) determine the interaction between the drugs and gingival tissue...
Marsupialisation of an oral mucocele with a diode laser
Dr Maziar Mir, Germany; Dr Masoud Mojahedi, Dr Mina Mazandrani, Iran; Aysan Shabani, Turkey & Dr Masoud Shabani, Iran
A mucocele is a prevailing disorder of the oral cavity. This lesion is caused by the accumulation of seromucous fluids in response to trauma, such as biting on the lip, and/or changes to minor salivary glands. Histopathologically, there are two kinds of mucoceles: extravasation (mostly due to trauma) and retention (mostly due to obstruction of the salivary glands)...
Are you a laser dentist?
Dr Dimitris Strakas, Greece
Since its inception, the International Society for Laser Dentistry (ISLD) has always been mindful of the vision, spirit and values encapsulated in its founding principles. After 17 successful world congresses, we are as focused on promoting professional excellence in the use of lasers through scientific research and education as we were on the day we began our journey...
Successful communication in your daily practice
Dr Anna Maria Yiannikos, Germany & Cyprus
Hi! My name is Dr Anna Maria Yiannikos. Today, I present you the thirteenth part of this popular series, packed with communication protocols for your clinic or practice. This series covers the most common and challenging scenarios that might arise in your dental practice and presents successful ways to manage them in order for you to enjoy greater peace of mind and to reach another level regarding your experiences with patients. Each arti-cle of this series teaches you a new, easy-to-use protocol which can easily be applied and implemented into your own dental clinic’s workflows and procedures right from the outset...
Feedback done right
Andrea Stix, MSc, MBA; Germany
In order to avoid stress and disharmony in the daily work routine and to appear professionally as a team to the out-side world, clear communication with one another is important. Reciprocal feedback is therefore of vital importance in order for communication in the dental practice to be as simple, appreciative and smooth as possible. What needs to be taken into account in this regard will be highlighted in this article...
A double-edged sword
From 1 to 3 October, the 2020 World Congress of the International Society for Laser Dentistry (ISLD) will be held in Cairo in Egypt. In the run-up to the congress this autumn, laser had a chance to talk to Dr Youssef Sedky, the Organising Chairman of the event, about why Egypt was chosen as host country of the 2020 conference, what differentiates the dental laser market in Egypt, and why he employs laser technology in his own dental practice...
Master of Science course “Lasers in Dentistry” offered again
Master of Science course “Lasers in Dentistry” offered againThe University of Excellence, RWTH Aachen University, has been offering the accredited postgraduate “Lasers in Dentistry” Master of Science programme in collaboration with the AALZ Aachen Dental Laser Center and RWTH International Academy since 2004. This year, the programme aimed at dentists who want keep pace with their patient’s wishes for innovative and gentle treatment methods will be offered again in Aachen, Germany...
2020 annual congress of DGLto take place in Bremen
Prof. Andreas Braun, Germany
This year, on 6 and 7 November 2020, the annual con-gress of the German Association for Laser Dentistry (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Laserzahnheilkunde?DGL) will be held in Bremen in Germany...
A new generation of lasers, tailored for your practice
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laser international magazine of laser dentistry
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