J Clin Laser Med Surg 1990 Feb;8(1):39-43
Semmelweis University Medical School, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Budapest, Hungary.
In their patient population, the authors summarize experience with 548 laser operations of oral lesions, the manifestation of the advantages and disadvantages of this technique. The hemostatic effect of the laser is of special significance, which became evident in the surgery of 90 hemangiomas, 17 patients with naveus flammeus, and 14 with clotting disturbance. For protection of the healthy tissues, various laser surgical methods were used--coagulation, vaporization, excision--and the postoperative edema, pain, inflammation, wound healing disturbances, and scarring were minimal. Read More