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Themen der aktuellen Ausgabe 02/2012

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Editorial: Laser (in)dispen-sable in dentistry?
Dr Georg Bach
Have you been following the coverage of dental congresses in the past few weeks? If so, you might have felt just the same positive sensation as I have when I came across the fact that scientific contributions on laser applications in implantology have gained a high rank in the past congress season. By the way, the same holds true for scientific texts on implantology in dental specialist publications...
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Research: Laser in oral surgery and medicine (Part II)
Antonio Batista-Cruzado, Daniel Torres-Lagares, Blanca Moreno-Manteca, Gerd Volland, Patricia Bargiela-Perez, Martin Jorgen & Jose-Luis Gutierrez-Perez, Spain
The laser has been used in the field of oral surgery for a wide range of indications. In this article, we focus on its surgical uses. The success of the surgical treatment of lesions in the oral cavity depends greatly on knowledge of the aetiology and histology of the lesion. There are pathologies that can be treated with laser, such as cancer sores and hyperkeratosis. Others, like candidiasis, cannot be treated with laser. Furthermore, laser has quickly become a predictable and favourable treatment modality for leukoplakia, haemangioma and epulis...
Evaluation of com-bined Nd:YAG laser treatment of moderate periodontitis - A randomised controlled clinical study
Dr Anna-Maria Yiannikou-Loucaidou
One of the main goals of dentistry is the prevention of disease. Minimally invasive methods of treatment are preferred. For this reason, the concept of treatment in periodontology has radically changed over the past decades. While in the early days, extensive surgical interventions used to be the centre of attention, today more conservative treatment is the focus...
The antibacterial effects of lasers in endodontics
Dr Selma Cristina Cury Camargo, Brazil
Endodontic treatment can attain success rates of between 85 and 97%.1 Adequate treatment protocols, knowledge and infection control are essential to achieving such rates (Figs. 1a–d).2 It is well known that apical periodontitis is caused by the communication of root-canal micro-organisms and their by-products to the surrounding periodontal structures. Exposure of dental pulp directly to the oral cavity or via accessory canals, open dentinal tubules or periodontal pockets is the most probable route of the endodontic infection...
Laser treatment of dentine hypersensitivity: An overview Part II
Dr Ute Botzenhart, Dr Andreas Braun & Prof Matthias Frentzen, Germany
More than two decades ago, laser applications in the treatment of dentine hypersensitivity were introduced to dentistry. Many clinical studies using different laser types have been published since. This overview summarises the basic and clinical aspects, including treatment protocols...
A novel technique of Er:YAG laser-enhanced early implant stability
Dr Kenneth Luk & Dr Ryan S. K. Seto, China
Over the years, developments in implant dentistry have concentrated on implant design and surface treatment of titanium,1–11 and successful osseointegration12 is now considered the minimum standard for all implants.
Laser therapy of oral haemangiomas - A case report
Friedrich Müller & Dr Maximilian Schmidt-Breitung, Germany
Owing to demographic changes, eruptive or so-called senile haemangiomas have become more frequent among our patients. Haemangiomas are benign endothelial tumours found more often in women than men. Congenital capillary or cavernous haemangiomas are characterised by remission in more than 50 %. Eruptive haemangiomas occur spontaneously in patients of 60 or older, especially on the lips, but they can also be found elsewhere...
Lasers in oral implantology
Drs Ilay Maden & Zafer Kazak, Turkey
Both lasers and implantology are considered to be the fashionable treatments of modern dentistry, and combining them seems to represent best practice from a number of perspectives. Implantology is one of the many dental indications for the use of lasers, and it is one from which patients can benefit significantly...
Manufacturer News
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“Laser Supported Dentistry” in Turkey: AALZ and Bezmialem Vakif University Istanbul cooperate
Prof Dr Aslihan Usumez, DDS, PhD/Turkey, Leon Vanweersch, MBA/Germany
“Laser Supported Dentistry” attracts more attention in dentistry, day by day. Dental laser training and education are necessary to start laser-assisted dental therapy in order to execute dental laser applications in the most accurate and safe way...
Innovation and information at IDS 2013: Laser technology in the spotlight
There is no such thing as a universal laser that covers all indications equally well in the field of laser dentistry. Instead, the sector offers a wide range of different units for specific areas of application. Differentiating features include the respective characteristic wavelength, the medium and the form of signal produced by the laser. As far as wavelength is concerned, the spectrum of light emissions extends from the ultraviolet over the visible region all the way into the far infrared. When it comes to the search for the right laser, interested dentists will find the concentrated expertise of the innovative dental industry and the associated trading companies presented at IDS 2013 in Cologne...
International Events
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DGL annual conference in Leipzig, Germany
Jürgen Isbaner, Claudia Jahn, Germany
The 21st annual conference of the German Society for Laser Dentistry (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Laserzahnheilkunde e.V., DGL) will take place from 7 to 8 September, 2012, in Leipzig, Germany. Particular focus is placed on laser as an integrative technology in dentistry...
Meetings: “Scientifically, laser has now reached its highest standard”
Dajana Mischke, Germany
On the occasion of the German Society for Laser Dentistry (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Laserzahnheilkunde e.V.) annual conference 2012 in September in Leipzig, Germany, Prof Dr Norbert Gutknecht of the University Hospital of RWTH Aachen, Germany, commented on the current situation of laser dentistry, the key issues of the upcoming DGL annual conference as well as the future of laser therapy in dentistry and the activities of the DGL...
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