Pulpal response following photo-biomodulation with a 904-nm diode laser: a double-blind clinical study

@article{Liang2016PulpalRF,
  title={Pulpal response following photo-biomodulation with a 904-nm diode laser: a double-blind clinical study},
  author={Ryan Liang and Roy George and Laurence James Walsh},
  journal={Lasers in Medical Science},
  year={2016},
  volume={31},
  pages={1811-1817}
}
The aim of this study was to evaluate pulpal responses in healthy human teeth to photo-biomodulation therapy (PBMT) with 904-nm GaAs diode laser. The study followed a double-blind split mouth design, with a randomly selected maxillary first premolar acting as a sham-irradiated control tooth, and the contralateral tooth receiving active laser treatment. Two coded but otherwise identical laser probes (Irradia™, SpectraMedics Ltd., NC, USA) were used to deliver the sham (placebo) and laser… CONTINUE READING

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