EFICÁCIA DO LASER DE BAIXA INTENSIDADE NA ACELERAÇÃO DO MOVIMENTO ORTODÔNTICO

Bárbara Aparecida Marques Summa

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A terapia de laser de baixa intensidade (TLBI) fornece vários benefícios para os pacientes que recebem o tratamento ortodôntico. De acordo com alguns artigos, o movimento do tratamento do ortodôntico (MTO) pode ser melhorado, mas alguns relataram resultados contraditórios. Esta monografia fez uma revisão da literatura sobre os diferentes aspectos do uso do LBI no MTO e suas alterações. Alguns trabalhos verificaram que a quantidade de movimento dos dentes no grupo irradiado com laser foi significantemente maior do que no grupo não irradiado. A irradiação com laser de baixa potência acelera o processo de remodelação óssea, estimulando a proliferação de células osteoblásticas e osteoclásticas e função durante a movimentação ortodôntica. Alguns artigos relataram que o uso do LBI além de acelerar o movimento ortodôntico, pode contribuir para modular a dor. A laserterapia na odontologia se tornou uma técnica promissora, eficiente e de baixo custo para o paciente. Por esse motivo este trabalho visa revisar a literatura a respeito da eficácia do LBI na movimentação ortodôntica.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21576/pa.2019v17i3.1132

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