Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://repositorio.unicamp.br/jspui/handle/REPOSIP/242017
Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Anti-inflammatory And Analgesic Effects Of Low-level Laser Therapy On The Postoperative Healing Process
Author: Fabre
Hebert S. C.; Navarro
Ricardo L.; Oltramari-Navarro
Paula V. P.; Oliveira
Rodrigo F.; Pires-Oliveira
Deise A. A.; Andraus
Rodrigo A. C.; Fuirini
Nelson; Fernandes
Karen B. P.
Abstract: [Purpose] This study aimed to evaluate the anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects of intraoral application of low-level laser therapy (660 nm) to control pain, swelling and interincisal opening following the extraction of mandibular third molars. [Subjects and Methods] Ten patients underwent removal of lower third molars using the same surgical protocol and pharmacological approach. In the postoperative period, all patients received four consecutive daily sessions of low-level laser therapy, beginning 24 hours after the surgery. Intraoral applications using the diode laser with 660 nm wavelength in the continuous scan mode were performed covering the entire surgical area, which was divided into four quadrants, each of 1 cm(2) area at a distance of 1 cm. The energy applied at each point was 5 J/cm(2) during 8 seconds. [Results] The swelling and interincisal opening returned to normal 24 hours after the first low-level laser therapy application (Friedman test). Moreover, the pain intensity was reduced on the third postoperative day, according to the Friedman test. [Conclusion] Low-level laser therapy (660 nm), at the dosimetry used in this study, was effective in reducing postoperative pain and swelling following oral surgery.
Subject: Low-power Laser
Lower 3rd Molars
Clinical-trial
Double-blind
Surgical Extraction
Pain
Surgery
Trismus
Removal
Rat
Country: TOKYO
Editor: SOC PHYSICAL THERAPY SCIENCE
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 
Address: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4499952/
Date Issue: 2015
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