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Journal of Stomatology
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3/2017
vol. 70
 
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abstract:

Laser method and its effect on the oral mucous membrane in the context of the preprosthetic surgery*

Joanna Ryniewicz
1
,
Wojciech Ryniewicz
2
,
Jolanta E. Loster
2
,
Bartłomiej W. Loster
3

1.
Jagiellonian University, Medical College, Cracow, Poland, Dental Institute Faculty of Medicine Department of Integrated Dentistry
2.
Jagiellonian University, Medical College, Cracow, Poland, Dental Institute Faculty of Medicine Department of Prosthodontics
3.
Jagiellonian University, Medical College, Cracow, Poland, Dental Institute Faculty of Medicine Department of Orthodontics
Online publish date: 2017/07/07
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Introduction. Various treatment methods are applied
in the preprosthetic surgery. The most frequently
used are lasers, standard excision of the lesion with
a scalpel and with an electrocauter. Aim of the study.
Comparison of the laser method (using the CO2 laser)
with the standard method was chosen as the subject
of the analysis. Material and method. The tests were
conducted in 40 generally healthy patients of both
sexes, aged 44-90 years with diagnosed stomatitis
prothetica hyperplastica fibrosa (SPHF). Randomly
divided patients formed two 20-people groups. In
group I patients were subjected to the laser therapy,
and in group II proliferative lesions were removed by
excision with a scalpel and suture closure. Results.
Differences in the clinical estimation of the healing
process were indicated in both testing groups. In the
course of the wound healing after the laser therapy,
on the 30th day of observation, the presence of smooth
scars was confirmed in 25% of patients, and scarless
healing in 75% of patients. In patients undergoing the
CO2 laser therapy, no astringent scars were observed.

 
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