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Master Thesis

Applications de la Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) en orthopédie dento-faciale

Abstract : The laser can be used at low power to change cellular behavior: it is the low level laser therapy. Patient cooperation is a key element of therapeutic success. The pain and duration of treatment are parameters that can alter patient cooperation and lead to treatment failure. According to a review of scientific literature over the last five years, low-level laser therapy would improve pain management and accelerate the movement of teeth in dentofacial orthopedias. However, the protocols are very heterogeneous and mostly incompatible with daily orthodontic practice. There is no scientific consensus regarding the type of laser protocol, wavelength, dose and application for the LLLT. It is essential to conduct additional studies that will evaluate the optimal parameters of laser use and whose protocols will be compatible with orthodontic office practice. They must be of high quality, harmonized and realized on a large number of patients.
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Justine Adret. Applications de la Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) en orthopédie dento-faciale. Chirurgie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03650911⟩



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