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Editorial: Review & outlook

Prof. Dr Norbert Gutknecht

With this year’s last issue of laser international magazine of laser dentistry , I would like give a brief summary of the most important events in 2016. Without a doubt, this year’s highlight was the WFLD World Congress in Japan with Prof. Kenjy Yoshida as the scientific head. Both scientists from various colleagues and laser users from the dental practice met here in order to discuss the latest research results, therapy concepts and practical experiences...

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Blue light laser-assisted crown lengthening in restorative dentistry

Dr Philipp Skora, Dr Dominik Kraus, PD Dr Jörg Meister & Prof. Dr Matthias Frentzen, Germany

Basic investigations of the laser-tissue interaction of a new type of laser device with a wavelength of 445 nm—the blue light spectrum—promise considerable advantages in comparison with infrared laser systems due to the known optical parameters of oral soft tissue. The procedure for a comprehensive laser-based gingivectomy before restorative treatment using this new type of laser is presented in the following case report...

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Thermal damage behaviour of human dental pulp stem cells

Prof. Dr Karsten König & Dr Anton Kasenbacher, Germany

This study was designed to examine the influence of temperatures ranging from 37 to 65 °C on the cell morphology of DPSC stem cells via light and electron microscopy, a synthesis of Heat Shock Proteins (HSP) with fluorescence-marked antibodies and vitality via the Life/Dead Fluorescence Kit...

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A variety of photo­coagulation techniques: Haemostasis in oral soft tissue 
and extraction socket

Chaivasan Malakam, Nuttakarn Rungrojwittaya, Nattaya Sanposh & Sajee Sattayut, Thailand

There is a variety of surgical procedures, such as soft tissue biopsy and surgical extraction, which usually results in difficulties for haemostasis. One of the major concerns in oral surgery is to minimise bleeding and postoperative complications. Currently, a num - ber of laser wavelengths have been used in oral surgery and dentistry, including CO 2 laser, Nd:YAG laser, argon laser, diode lasers in various wavelengths, Er:YAG laser and potassium titanyl phosphate (KTP) laser. Their applications were soft tissue procedures, such as gingivectomy and gingivoplasty, excision of tumors and lesion, incisional and excisional biopsies, frenectomy, control of bleeding in vascular lesions, arthroscopic temporomandibular joint surgery, caries diagnosis and removal...

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Er:YAG caries treatment according to minimally invasive therapy

Kinga Grzech-Les´niak & Swietłana Kozaczuk, Poland

Main MiCD principles are based on the following five rules: ...

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An all-rounder with three wavelengths: Efficient treatment with a new diode laser

Dr Talat Qadri, Sweden

Diode lasers have long been established in dentistry. Thanks in part to their broad indication spectrum, they are considered dental “all-rounders.” In the following article, Dr. Talat Qadri (Enköping, Sweden), explains why he is convinced of the diode laser technology...

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Eleven tips for success in your dental clinic - Part VI: Video Testimonials and R.A.P.P.O.R.T.

Dr Anna Maria Yiannikos, Germany & Cyprus

Welcome to the sixth part of the series ‘Eleven tips for success in your dental clinic’. Today I will teach you the last tip of this amazing series that I encourage you to use at your clinics in order to gain the power and control that you deserve...

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Lasers as an asset in both daily practice and marketing

Dr Imneet Madan, UAE

In the era of advanced techno­ logies , patients’ expectations are multiply increasing: They want to have the least invasive treatment procedure with only minimal bleeding, more effective healing, greater precision and the least number of appointments...

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25th International ­Annual DGL: Congress Laser technology continues to fascinate

Dr Georg Bach, Germany

When a dental society celebrates its 25 th annual congress, this constitutes a significant events, as only a few societies are granted to prevail for a quarter of a century. If, moreover, a dental laser society celebrates its 25 th annual congress, it is a remarkable event: compared to other European dental laser societies, the DGL assumes a unique position, both by being active for 25 years and by being soundly established as a member of the DGZMK (German Society for Dental and Oral Medicine)...

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Editorial: Rückblick & Ausblick

Prof. Dr Norbert Gutknecht

In dieser letzten Ausgabe des laser international magazine of laser dentistry möchte ich einen kurzen Rückblick über das vergangene Jahr 2016 halten. Den Höhepunkt bildete der Weltkongress der WFLD in Japan unter der Leitung von Prof. Kenji Yoshida. Hier trafen sich sowohl wissenschaftlich tätige Kollegen aus den verschiedensten Universitäten als auch praktisch tätige Kollegen, um neuste Forschungsergebnisse, Therapiekonzepte und praktische Erfahrungen auszutauschen und zu diskutieren...

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Abtracts: 25. INTERNATIONALE JAHRESTAGUNG DER DGL/ LASER START UP 2016

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