Effects of two types of low-level laser wave lengths (850 and 630 nm) on the orthodontic tooth movements in rabbits

  title={Effects of two types of low-level laser wave lengths (850 and 630 nm) on the orthodontic tooth movements in rabbits},
  author={Massoud Seifi and Hasan Ali Shafeei and Shahram Daneshdoost and M. Villal{\'o}n Mir},
  journal={Lasers in Medical Science},
The effects of low-level lasers on bone cellular activity, bone structures, bone healing, fibroblasts activity and inflammation process have already been investigated. Considering orthodontic tooth movement, which is a complicated inflammatory process involving simultaneous bone apposition and resorption, the aim of this controlled study is to investigate the quantitative effects of a pulsed 850 nm laser (Optodan) and a continuous 630 nm laser (KLO3) on the orthodontic tooth movement in rabbits… CONTINUE READING


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