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Themen der aktuellen Ausgabe 03/2013

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Editorial: Minimally invasive? See for yourself!
Dr Georg Bach
Minimally invasive – a buzzword! Overused? Trite? I don’t think so. The almost inflationary application of this term by one or the other dental publication can safely be countered by the honest quest of dentists around the world for new, improved or modified procedures, which are less stressful for the patient, can be performed fast and with good results...
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Incision and drainage of a vestibular space abscess by diode laser
Drs Wariya Panprasit & Sajee Sattayut, Thailand
Odontogenic infection in the orofacial regions causes tenderness, swelling, limited mouth opening and reduced function. In addition to this, the progressive infection may be life-threatening. The management of odontogenic infections entails rapidly eliminating the cause of infection; performing surgical drainage, which may be as simple as creating endodontic access for the removal of necrotic pulp or as complex as creating a wide incision for open drainage of accumulated pus and necrotic debris; administration of appropriate antibiotics; and supportive physical care...
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The diode laser as an electrosurgery replacement
Dr Glenn A. van As, Canada
In 2008, Dr. Gordon Christensen wrote an article in JADA comparing the soft tissue cutting abilities of diode lasers to those of electrosurgery (radiosurgery) units.1 In comparing these two technologies against each other, he found that both dental lasers and the less expensive electrosurgery units have advantages and disadvantages, and he summarized with several key points: ...
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Treatment of aphthous stomatitis using low-level laser therapy
Pedro J. Muñoz Sánchez, Cuba, José Luis Capote Femenias, Cuba & Jan Tunér, Sweden
Aphthous stomatitis has been investigated to a great extent; however, the aetiology of these lesions is still to be identified accurately. Recurrent aphthous stomatitis is considered a chronic illness accompanied by painful oral ulcers that reappear with irregular frequency...
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Surgical management of peri-implantitis with laser - A Case Report with eight years follow up
Prof. Dr Aslan Yasar Gokbuget, Emin Selim Pamuk, Res. Asst. Dt. Necla Aslı Kocak, Turkey
The term peri-implantitis first appeared in the literature in 1987 in a study by Mombelli and colleagues. It was described as an infectious disease with many features common to periodontitis. Since then, a growing interest in defining peri-implant disease as a clinical entity and to propose a treatment approach for it has been observed. Peri-implantitis has been defined as the inflammatory reactions associated with loss of supporting bone around an implant in function...
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Diode laser application optimises the clinical outcomes of digital workflow
Prof. (Shandong University, China) Dr Frank Liebaug, Dr Ning Wu, Germany
“Digital Workflow” has become an established term in present-day dentistry, helping to solve problems in dental technology which would have been rejected due to an unwarranted high analogous effort some years ago...
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Lasers in periodontal therapy: the TwinLight® approach
Giovanni Olivi and Matteo Olivi, Italy
The objectives of periodontal treatment are to remove all calcified concretions from the root surface1 and inflamed tissues from the periodontium and to reduce the bacterial load inside the gingival pockets...
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Treatment of drug-induced gingival enlargement with Er:YAG laser
Dr Blagovesta Yaneva & Prof. Dr Georgi Tomov, Bulgaria
According to the Classification System for Periodontal Diseases and Conditions (1999)1, drug-induced gingival enlargement belongs to the group of gingival diseases modified by medications which are part of dental plaque-induced gingival diseases. Gingival overgrowth is associated with systemic use of anticonvulsant drugs used for treatment of epilepsy, immunosuppressive drugs used to avoid host rejection of grafted tissues and calcium channel blockers used as antihypertensive drugs. It was first reported by Kimball in 1939 connected to systemic use of phenitoin.2 Since then, gingival enlargement has been reported in association of administration of several drugs including cyclosporin3 and different antihypertensive drugs as calcium channel blockers4, 5, angiotensine converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors and ß-blockers.6...
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The green power
Dr Darius Moghtader, Germany
ust in time for last year’s DGL Annual Congress, elexxion presented its new and well-noted colouring agent Perio Green, which can be applied in photodynamic therapy with an 810 nm diode laser. This article presents more information about this innovation...
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Gain power at your laser clinics!
Dr Anna Maria Yiannikos, Germany/Cyprus
We are not only dentists, we are the managers, the leaders of our clinics, we are the ones that are responsible for the selection, training and appraisal of our employees, we are the ones that must communicate clearly with our patients, negotiate with our colleagues and suppliers—we deal with so many different aspects every day in order to be sustainable and profitable. But who knows exactly what to do? We are taught none of the above from our dental schools, we find out through the difficult way—if we are lucky from the mistakes of our colleagues if we are not from our own. Mastering our dental management skills is all about being the one that will: ...
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Interview: Ultimately, I wish for laser education to be completely integrated within the school of dentistry, everywhere
An interview with Macedonian Professor Ana Minovska
In a recent interview with Prof. Ana Minovska, DDS, PhD of the Faculty of Medical Sciences, General Stomatology University "Goce Delcev” Stip, R. Macedonia. Prof. Minovska talked about the Er:YAG-laser assisted periodontal dental treatments and the importance and benefits of laser based treatments.
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1st Meeting of the WFLD North American Division
Prof. Dr Georgios Romanos, USA
The Stony Brook University, School of Dental Medicine, hosted the first meeting of the World Federation of Laser Dentistry (WFLD), North American Division on May 10, 2013 at the newly opened Hilton Garden Inn Hotel located on the Stony Brook University Campus. Close to 100 participants from the United States, but also from other countries, especially South America, had the opportunity to learn about the innovative laser technology and the applications of lasers in all areas of dentistry...
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