Étude De Cas Periowave™ – Nous Rendre Visite Au JDIQ Pour En Savoir Plus

Inscrivez à votre agenda; Les Journées dentaires internationales du Québec (JDIQ) approchent! L’Equipe PeriowaveMC est excité d’être à la JDIQ le 30 et 31 mai, dans les kiosques # 1120,1122.  L’an dernier, Periowave Dental Technologies Inc a lancé avec succès le nouveau PeriowaveMC système de photodésinfection portatif. Le système a rendu la livraison de la thérapie plus commode, et il est  plus facile à utiliser et mettre en œuvre.

PeriowaveMC est une technologie rapide et indolore qui tue les bactéries associées aux maladies parodontales, sans favoriser la résistance aux antibiotiques. Il utilise une lumière laser non thermique combine à une solution photosensible pour détruire les bactéries et les molécules inflammatoires associées aux maladies. La destruction des bactéries arête la progression de la maladie, réduit l’inflammation et permet à la guérison de commencer. Voici une de nos nombreuses études de cas. Pour en savoir plus, s’il vous plaît visitez nos kiosques à la JDIQ.

à gauche: Poche de 5 mm avant le traitement. à droit: Poche de 5 mm réduite à 3 mm après le traitement

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Periowave™ Case Study #1 – Generalized Severe Bleeding On Probing

My patient was a 30-year-old Caucasian woman who complained of bleeding gums over the previous 12 months. She described severe bleeding with eating or brushing.

Her medical history revealed no significant findings. She had recently undergone a complete medical examination with extensive laboratory testing with no significant findings. She had tried seeing a naturopathic physician and had tried a non-yeast diet for the control of her gingival bleeding with no improvement. She was on no medications.

The dental examination revealed generalized severe bleeding on probing. Pocket probing depths were in the 4 mm range, except for a 7 mm pocket distofacial #13, and a 5 mm pocket mesiofacial #23. Minimal plaque deposits were found and her home care was good. This patient had a history of regular 6-month scaling and there was minimal calculus. Her last scaling was within one month with no improvement. There was little to no clinical inflammation. Occlusion, tooth position, and mobility patterns were normal. No restorative problems were noted.

Left: Pre-treatment 7mm pocket. Right: Post-treatment 3mm pocket

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