Mechanisms of reparative osteogenesis under the influence of pulsed laser of infrared range

The pathophysiological aspects of reparative osteogenesis of bone tissue of the jaws under the influence of pulsed laser radiation in the infrared range in the experiment on animals were investigated. Radiographic, histologic, histochemical and electron microscopic data indicate that the infrared laser light stimulates the regeneration of bone tissue of the lower jaw. Laser radiation intensifies osteogenesis in the early stages of reparative regeneration: bone formation is accelerated by stimulating the formation of primordial germ crystals of hydroxyapatite on the collagen fibrils and enhancing of calcification of osteoid structures.


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