LASER THERAPY is a very useful adjunct to the management of pain, inflammation and infection. Referred to as photobiomodulation (PBM) - with a little training, this treatment is a fairly short learning curve to adding indispensable daily aid to patient care in any clinical practice.
A diode laser is an effective analgesic, a powerful anti-inflammatory, and can be used to improve the quality of tissue repair and regeneration. Furthermore, it can be used to kill pathogens and, of course, also used for surgery.
PHOTOBIOMODULATION THERAPY: Accelerated healing, reduce pain and swelling, treat aphthous and herpetic ulceration, lichen planus, management of TMD, earlier and enhanced osseous-integration with implants, accelerated orthodontic tooth movement & the management of trauma including nerve damage
SOFT-TISSUE SURGERY: Gingivectomy, gingivoplasty, frenectomy and frenotomy, vestibuloplasty, operculectomy, troughing, depigmentation, arrest of haemorrhage
PERIODONTAL MANAGEMENT: Bacterial reduction and periodontal therapy for early to moderate chronic adult periodontitis
ENDODONTICS: Bacterial reduction, activation of irrigants, decontamination of sinus tracts
MORE: Desensitization, prevention of caries & management protocols & more. Optimum settings for initiation, how to check and calibrate your laser etc. + Take home your own copy of Dr Mark Cronshaw's Guidelines to Diode Laser Treatments.
The ROYAL SOCIETY of MEDICINE
1 Wimpole Street, London W1G OAE (UK)
Dentist: £350 / Hygienist / therapist / newly qualified GDP: £250
Includes a take-home clinical guideline of treatments.
This course fulfills the requirement of the GDC for learning objectives A & C, 6.5hours CPD and is certified by the University of Genoa.
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