Objective. Low-Level Laser Therapy encourages the healing process, reduces inflammation and pain. The aim of this study is to identify the impact of Low-Level Laser Therapy on tissue regeneration with special attention to hard tissues and to compare the effect of several wave lengths in the proliferation and differentiation of cells. Methods. The keywords used were “bone regeneration”, “laser therapy”, “photobiomodulation” OR “bio-stimulation”, “Low-Level Laser therapy” OR “LLLT”, “osteoblast proliferation” AND “differentiation”. Results. The bio-stimulation with Low-Level Laser Therapy also seems to interfere with the osseous integration of implants, by increasing its adherence on the bone-implant surfaces. Evidence has shown that Low-Level Laser Therapy influences the cellular proliferation and differentiation. Conclusions. Low-Level Laser Therapy is a promising therapy in the field of regeneration, but further studies are needed in order to define the standard protocol.
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Babtan, Anida Maria; Ilea, Aranka; Feurdean, Claudia Nicoleta; Ceci, Sabino; Pula, Berate; Candrea, Sebastian; Azzollini, Daniela; Piras, Fabio; Curatoli, Luigi; Corriero, Alberto; Patano, Assunta; Valente, Francesco; Maggiore, Maria Elena; Mancini, Antonio; Giovanniello, Delia; Nucci, Ludovica; Elia, Rossella; Sirbu, Adina; Petrescu, Nausica Bianca; Mirica, Codruta; Galderisi, Andrea; and Cardarelli, Filippo
"Biostimulation with low-level laser therapy and its effects on soft and hard tissue regeneration. Literature review,"
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