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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 01/2009

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Titel
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Editorial: Welcome to the new world laser community journal of the World Federation for Lasers in Dentistry (WFLD)
Prof Dr Norbert Gutknecht, WFLD President, Editor-in-Chief
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Content
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Full-laser implant bed preparation: case studies using different implant systems
Ingmar Ingenegeren, Germany
The ability to treat a wide range of tissues with a laser has been a fact of life for a long time. What is new are the potential applications (new indications) and the refinement of techniques. The favorable absorption in water and hydroxyl apatite, and the interaction of water and laser light that substantially enhance the laser s effectiveness make the Er,Cr:YSGG laser (wavelength 2,780 nm, frequency 20 Hz, pulse length 140 µ, average output 6 W) an ideal tool for the gentle treatment of soft tissue and bone.
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Laser Supported Treatment of Periimplantitis on a Strategically Important Individual Tooth Implant in the Superior Maxilla
Georg Bach, Germany
Due to improved operating technique, finer surgical instruments, modified implant surfaces, oral implantations are safe and have become standard therapy. Early complications that were feared in the initial phase of oral implantology have become rare thanks to sophisticated operating techniques and improved implant surfaces.
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The Effect of Antimicrobial Photodynamic Therapy in the Treatment of Chronic Periodontitis: First Results of a Long-Term In Vivo Study
Tilman Eberhard, Jörg Neugebauer, Joachim Zöller, Freimut Vizethum, Germany
Periodontitis is characterised by the presence of inflammatory processes in the oral cavity, which can sometimes attack the whole periodontium. Inflammation itself of the periodontium manifest in increased probing depth or bleeding diathesis on light irritation of the gum. If left untreated, periodontitis can lead to bone resorption, which can be documented by X-ray, or even to the loss of the tooth. The primary cause of periodontitis is bacterial tooth deposits (microbial plaque).1, 2 Marker bacteria, eg, Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans (A.a.), Porphyromonas gingivalis (P.g.) and Prevotella intermedia (P.i.) are among the highly pathogenic bacterial spectrum of these deposits...
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Deployment of a 410 nm Diode Laser Prototype - First experiences with the ”blue diodeÓ
Georg Bach, Germany
Based on their market launch in 1995 within the scope of the IDS in Cologne, the diode lasers in dentistry experienced a development, which is to be described as ”more than turbulentÓ; with the result that today diode lasers are the most represented laser technology in dental offices and are used with great success primarily for soft tissue cuts and peri-implantitis and periodontitis therapy.
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Conventional diode laser versus high-power pulse technologyPeriodontal and soft tissue surgery with different diode lasers-an in vitro study
H.K. Koch, U. Hellerich, Th. Venzke and Georg Bach
Diode lasers were introduced to dentistry in the middle of the nineties of the past century and have proven their worth there particularly during their application in periodontics and implant dentistry. After the first diode or injection lasers were operated exclusively in CW mode (continuous wave), in the beginning of the new millennium they were supplemented with high-power and digital pulse technology equipment. The high-power pulsed diode lasers (up to 20,000 Hz) were developed under the premise of improved cutting performance because the pure CW mode lasers, in this case, were clearly inferior in other wavelengths.
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Advanced Dental Laser Surgery
Rudolf Walker, Gerd Volland, Germany
he laser application in dental surgery has become a standard tool for many dental clinics around the world. The instrumentation became less costly and more advanced. The use of a diode laser demonstrates many advantages compared to the scalpel, but as in life one has to deal with some disadvantages also. One of the main hurdles has been the price and the teaching about laser applications in dentistry...
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Er:YAG laser and desensitizing effects on dentine and neck of tooth
Olaf Oberhofer, Germany, Anton Sculean, Switzerland
The aim of this clinical study is to compare the desensitizing effects on dentin and tooth neck of Dentin protector (Ivoclar Vivadent, Ellwangen, Germany), Duraphat (Colgate, Hamburg, Germany) and Er:YAG laser(KEY III, KaVo, Biberach, Germany). In private dental offices the dentin hypersensitivity since years is a common cause of discomfort in patients...
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The Right Wavelength- Areas of application and indications for different kinds of laser
An interview with Prof Dr Norbert Gutknecht
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Events
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Event: Laser-assisted Dentistry
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A report from Nordic Dental Laser Society and the Third International Symposium in ”Lasers in DentistryÓ, Hotel Hilton, Slussen Stockholm, November 22Ñ23, 2008.
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Selected Events 2009/2010
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Manufacturer: News
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Imprint
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