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L'exérèse des lésions des tissus mous au laser diode améliore-t-elle les suites opératoires par rapport à une exérèse à la lame froide ?

Abstract : Introduction: In oral surgery, the cold blade is the most common for soft tissue excision. For ten years, several authors have been interested in the contribution of the diode laser in oral surgery. No recent literature review has compared the two techniques. This study aimed to compare the contribution of the diode laser compared to the cold blade for surgical outcomes after an excision of soft tissue. Material and methods: A systematic review of the literature has been carried out from two databases: PubMed and Scopus. Included articles had to compare surgical outcomes during excision of a soft tissue with a cold blade and a diode laser. Results: 11 articles covering 325 patients were included. Studies have not shown any significant benefit regarding pain after 7 days and surgical outcomes. Discussion: There are some bias such as small workforce, a selected population and a variety of uses did not allow to have standardized criteria. Conclusion: This systematic review of the literature does not show a significant advantage of the laser compared to the cold blade on the healing of soft tissues.
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Thibault Hantzen. L'exérèse des lésions des tissus mous au laser diode améliore-t-elle les suites opératoires par rapport à une exérèse à la lame froide ?. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2020. ⟨dumas-02959019⟩

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