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Home / MIL-therapy / Method of treatment / 7.16. Stomatology.


7.16. Stomatology.



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Parodontitis, periostitis, stomatitis, enamel hyperstesia, postoperative and traumatic tissues injuries in the oral cavity

The terminal is applied (Fig. 40) on the cheek on the pathological focus projection (zone 1) and under the angle of lower jaw on the same side (zone 2); exposure 2 min on one point. Then the barbate process of the third neck vertebrae (zone 3) is irradiated for 1 min. After placing the terminal close to the front teeth ( the patient’s mouth is opened) the oral cavity is irradiated through one-layer sterile gauze during 1 min. Impulse frequency is 50 Hz, LED radiation power is 90 mWt. The course of treatment consists of 7-8 daily procedures. After a two-week break the course of MIL-therapy is repeated (7-8 procedures every other day).



Fig. 40. Zones for MIL-irradiation in stomatology
Arthrosis of the temporo-mandibular joint

The terminal is applied (Fig. 40) on the joint (zone 4) and under the angle of lower jaw (zone 2) for 2 min on each zone. Then the barbate process of the third (zone 3) and seventh (zone 5) neck vertebra are irradiated transcutaneously for 1 min on each zone . Impulse frequency is 50 Hz, LED radiation power is 30 mWt. The course of treatment consists of 7-8 daily procedures. After a two-week break the course of MIL-therapy is repeated under the same scheme (7-8 procedures every other day).















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