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Application of Lasers in Various Procedures Performed in Prosthodontics; A Systemic Review Download PDF


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There are several benefits to using a laser, including less invasive, more accurate, and precise procedures with less discomfort, quicker healing, no direct soft and hard tissue contact, no vibration, and more patients. Attain rapid hemostasis and humidity control. Some people have anesthesia fears and allergies. Lasers have become an essential aspect of these patients' therapy. A systematic literature review from 2012 to 2022 was performed using PubMed, Medline, and ScienceDirect databases. review". PRISMA flowchart was used to describe the selection process of searched articles. The Cochrane risk of bias assessment method was used to assess the quality of the studies included. A total of eight studies were included in this systematic review, and the majority of the studies reported the successful use of lasers in accomplishing various types of soft and hard tissue prosthodontic procedures. Lasers of various types are effective in performing several prosthodontics procedures and can be an option in the future to replace conventional dental procedures.

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Al Hussian BS, Al Hammad M, Al Amri N, Al Markhan F, Asiri A, Al Deraibi Z, et al. Application of Lasers in Various Procedures Performed in Prosthodontics; A Systemic Review. Pharmacophore. 2022;13(4):129-34. https://doi.org/10.51847/ssjjRKhXHR
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Al Hussian, B. S., Al Hammad, M., Al Amri, N., Al Markhan, F., Asiri, A., Al Deraibi, Z., & Alarnous, A. (2022). Application of Lasers in Various Procedures Performed in Prosthodontics; A Systemic Review. Pharmacophore, 13(4), 129-134. https://doi.org/10.51847/ssjjRKhXHR

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