In the early days, various laser trials with CO2 lasers to make teeth material more resistant to bacteria that cause caries were reported. The trials failed because thermal side effects damaged the enamel. Nowadays, the idea has experienced a renaissance with new lasers and a more adequate pulse regime.
While the first system used an articulated arm for the light transmission, the next generations were equipped with fibre technology which make the application much more flexible.
Starting with caries removal and cavity preparations, more application modalities by simply changing the handpiece has made the laser a universal tool in dentistry. Root channel disinfection, soft tissue corrections by ablation and periodontal applications with removal of infected plaques are new avenues of investigation. Treatment of periimplantitis is the latest application in which there is no mechanical alternative.
The laser pulses remove the infected bone around the implant and sterilize the surface of the structured implant. Thus implants can be saved so that the growing bone is able to fix them again. Now, in the third generation of lasers, both detection and therapy can be combined with in the same handpiece.
This is important in parodontology in which plaque has to be removed without visual contact by the dentist. Such new technology would also be possible for example in treating keyhole caries which develop with in the dentin under the enamel.
In this case, it would be possible to pass a fibre through a small hole in order to save sound enamel, to scan over an angle so as to detect where infected material is to be ablated and to then remove the caries in the same procedure. This is not far from becoming a reality, especially with the development of new filling materials adapted to this procedure.
Izrael regime system
In addition, laser sources are becoming smaller and more powerful and diode pumped fibre lasers are replacing solid-state lasers. Sante, H. Traitement-endodontique, O. Bandi-sComparative evaluation of sealing ability of three newer root canal obturating materials guttaflow, resilon and thermafil : an in vitro studyJ Int Oral Healthvol. Gt, S. OpsahlLa présence des parents lors des soins dentaires pédiatriques : enfant, parent, dentiste, une place pour chacunRev Francoph Odontol Pédiatrvol.
Si, I. Db, K.
Braham, R. Morris, and M. JjConduite et finalité de l'examen du patient traumatiséRéal Clinvol. Poulsen-sPediatric dentistry : a clinical approach. Médecine-bucco-dentaire-conservatrice-et-restauratrice, L. Paris, C. Jj, C. Laurent-p et al. Paris : Éditions CdP Biodentine? Lee-kw, W.
Mc, C. Jj, and P. DhAbrégé d'anatomie dentaire. LAW AS. Considerations for regeneration procedures Adhesion of endodontic sealers to dentin and gutta-perchaJ Endod. J Endodvol. Wk and W. FaClinical use of topic thrombin as a surgical hemostatBiologicsvol. Jm, C. Pw, and E. Bartolino-m, and D. DonaldDentistry for the children and adolescent.
St Louis : Mosby Bergenholtz, G. Hörsted-bindslev, P. Reit, C. Mejare-i, and C. Oxford : Blackwell Munksgaard Partial pulpotomy in young permanent teeth with deep carious lesionsEndod Dent Traumatolvol. Chedid-jc, F. Michayleh, M. La-pulpotomie-sur-molaires-temporaires, H. Gj et al. Protocole d'obturation Revo-S TM [en ligne]. MmInfluence of initial water content on the subsequent water sorption and solubility behaviour in restorative polymersAm J Dentvol.
Bourgeois-d, S. Velly, J. Muller-bolla-m, and C. Rueil-Malmaison : Editions CdP ; Disponible and A. Odontologie pédiatrique clinique. Rueil-Malmaison : Éditions CdPpp. ParisEditions CdP ; Traitements endodontiques des dents temporairesRéal Clinvol.
CariologyBaltimore : Williams and Wilkins ; Cabinet de radiologie dentaire Echelle-Saint-Honoré [en ligne]. Radiographie-panoramique-d-'un-jeune-enfant, S. Nowicka-a, P. Lipski-m, S. The development of the permanent teeth Regenerative endodontic treatment revascularization for necrotic immature permanent molars : a review and report of two cases with a new biomaterials Response of human dental pulp capped with biodentine and mineral trioxide aggregate Salivary factors affecting dental erosion in children The odontoblast as a sensory receptor cell?
J Endod. Caries Res. Arch Histol Cytolvol. Jw, C. Ten, and. Benhen-mj, S. Jc, and M. ChInhibition of microbial adherence and growth by various glass ionomer in vitroDental materialsvol. WkEnamel hypoplasia and dental caries in Australian aboriginal children : prevalence and correlation between the two diseasesPediatr Dentvol.
Ferraro-e and D. OaCurrent challenges and concepts in the preparation of root canal systems : a reviewJ Endodvol. Bruxellesp. ICDAS, an international system for caries detection and assessment being developed to facilitate caries epidemiology, research and appropriate clinical managementCommunity Dent Healthvol. Reynolds, J. Jd, C.
Ea, I. Ks and H. Banu-iMineral trioxide aggregate as a pulpotomy agent in immature teeth : long term case reportEur J Dentvol. SeTissue engineering in endodonticsJ Oral Scivol.
Schuster-c and. Biodentine TMvol.
Quintessence du congrès 2019
Disponible, A. Mortman, O. Shipper-g et al. J Conserv Dentvol. Simon-s and A. Les entretiens d'odonto-stomatologie. Simon-s, and I.
EMC Médecine buccale. Endodontie, S. Some preliminary thoughtsInt Endod Jvol. Aj, C. Begue-kirn-c, R. Jv, and L. Int J Dev Biolvol. Stanley, P. Hr, S. Jc, B. Londres : Quintessence Pub Fb, T.
Ecn, and T. Oral histology : development, structure and functionpp. St, G. Xv, W. Eg, P. An, H. Histologie-dentaireParis : Masson Endodontie-clinique, T. Mcdougal, R. Kjr et al. Jong-lenters-m, V. Marks, M. Londres : Quintessences Pub ; Hs, and G. Jj, W. Dr, D.