"The Dual Wavelength Approach to Optimal Clinical Care"
Surgical and non-surgical clinical care can trigger pain & inflammation plus the resilience of a pathogenic biofilm can lead ultimately to treatment failure. A mature understanding of the processes associated with wound healing and infection with the selective application of surgical and non-surgical lasers can transform the treatment outcome.
Surgical and non-surgical clinical interventions frequently trigger an acute inflammatory response. In the absence of the same there cannot be the essential trigger to stimulate natural processes associated with healing, repair and regeneration. Post-operative pain and inflammation reduces patient compliance and is a key influence in our patient’s acceptance of our future treatment recommendations.
Lasers have the inherent property to selectively stimulate favourable changes in cellular metabolism via gene expression and natural adaptive stress responses which downstream profoundly affect tissue responses to our clinical work. The changes include the reduction and mitigation of pain and inflammation plus offer the opportunity to promote the selective resolution of long-standing chronic inflammation, stabilise wounds and stimulate great healing. The quality of any associated tissue repair can be enhanced due to increased matrix formation resulting in enhanced stability and the promotion of regeneration rather than merely healing with limited restoration of function.
This webinar is fully illustrated with many clinical cases to illustrate the potential to guide tissue healing pathways in order to consistently deliver a great result. In combination with good clinical technique and the selective usage of growth and bio matrix augmentation factors there is the opportunity to reduce complications. This science and evidence-based approach provides the essential knowledge to enable the optimisation of your patient care and simplify procedures to the ultimate great satisfaction of both clinicians and patients.
Release date: 2021-12-09 | Expiration date: 2024-12-09