The four wavelengths of 450nm, 650nm, 810nm, and 1064nm have different applications in dentistry. Here are the main uses of these wavelengths in dentistry:
450nm wavelength: The laser beam of this wavelength can be used for certain soft tissue surgeries, such as excision and incision. It can effectively reduce bleeding and tissue damage, thereby accelerating healing and reducing pain and discomfort for patients.
650nm wavelength: The laser beam of this wavelength can be used for biostimulation and pain treatment. It can promote healing and tissue regeneration, thus accelerating the recovery process. Additionally, it can alleviate inflammation and pain, making patients more comfortable.
810nm wavelength: The laser beam of this wavelength can be used for deep tissue surgery, such as root canal treatment and oral surgery. It can penetrate deep into the bone tissue and gums while minimizing damage and bleeding to surrounding tissues. It can also reduce surgery and recovery time.
1064nm wavelength: The laser beam of this wavelength can be used for deep tissue surgery, such as pulpitis treatment and bone tissue surgery. It can penetrate deep into the bone tissue and gums while reducing surgery and recovery time. It can also effectively alleviate inflammation and pain, and promote tissue healing.
The 650nm laser wavelength can promote cell metabolism, improve blood circulation, enhance immunity, and have a significant effect on improving chronic pain, enhancing athletic performance, and improving physical fitness. In rehabilitation therapy, it can be used to treat symptoms such as musculoskeletal pain, ligament and tendon injuries, spinal disorders, etc.
The 810nm laser wavelength can penetrate deep into tissues, have a good biological stimulation effect, enhance immunity, promote blood circulation, and have anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects. It has a good therapeutic effect on injuries and inflammation of the musculoskeletal system, such as muscle pain, muscle soreness, tendonitis, etc.
The 980nm laser wavelength has strong tissue penetration ability, has a good therapeutic effect on deep tissue injuries, traumatic diseases such as fractures, spinal disorders, etc. In addition, in research on neurological pathologies, the 980nm laser wavelength has also shown some potential.
The 1064nm laser wavelength is a near-infrared laser with extremely strong penetration, which can be used to treat deep muscle, bone, and joint diseases, such as lumbar muscle strain, knee joint pain, arthritis, etc.