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Laser Application in Dentistry: Irradiation Effects of Nd:YAG 1064 nm and Diode 810 nm and 980 nm in Infected Root Canals—A Literature Overview

Table 6

Listing of additional mentioned studies with different parameters as they occur in the text.

Year of publicationFirst authorTitle

1983Eriksson [35]Innovative wavelengths in endodontic treatment
1998Farge [36]In vitro study of a Nd:YAP laser in endodontic retreatment
1999Lan [37]Temperature elevation on the root surface during Nd:YAG laser irradiation in the root canal
1997 Ramsköld [38]Thermal effects and antibacterial properties of energy levels required to sterilize stained root canals with an Nd:YAG laser
1995Weller [39]In vitro radicular temperatures produced by injectable thermoplasticized gutta-percha
2001Mazaheri [40]Temperaturentwicklung auf der wurzeloberfläche bei einer endodontischen behandlung mit einem diodenlaser
2000Gutknecht [41]Diode laser radiation and its bactericidal effect in root canal wall dentin
1993Behrens [42]Die transmission und absorption der temperatur und energie des Nd-YAG-lasers im dentin
2013Sadik [43]Effects of laser treatment on endodontic pathogen Enterococcus faecalis: a systematic review
2004Gutknecht [44]Irradiation of infected root canals with Nd:YAG lasers. A review
1997Klinke [45]Antibacterial effects of Nd:YAG laser irradiation within root canal dentin
2011Pirnat [21]Study of the direct bactericidal effect of Nd:YAG and diode laser parameters used in endodontics on pigmented and nonpigmented bacteria
1999Neuman [22]Characterization of photodamage to Escherichia coli in optical traps
2008Mirsaidov [23]Optimal optical trap for bacterial viability
2012Meire [46]In vitro inactivation of endodontic pathogens with Nd:YAG and Er:YAG lasers
2007de Paz [47]Redefining the persistent infection in root canals: possible role of biofilm communities
1985Nair [48]Root canal and periapical flora: a light and electron microscopy study
1997Klinke [45]Antibacterial effects of Nd:YAG laser irradiation within root canal dentin
1996Odor [49]Pattern of transmission of laser light in teeth
1995Vaarkamp [50]Propagation of light through human dental enamel and dentine
1997Jalil [51]Surface topography of enamel and dentine from primary teeth following infrared Nd-YAG laser irradiation: an in vitro study
1994Hardee [52]Evaluation of the antibacterial effects of intracanal Nd:YAG laser irradiation
1997Moritz [29]Irradiation of infected root canals with a diode laser in vivo: results of microbiological examinations
1993Kales [54]Review and forecast of laser markets
2014Kanumuru [53]Efficacy of Ca(oH)2 against E. faecalis compared with three dental lasers on root canal dentin—an in vitro study

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