To date, there has been no report of cell mutation as a result of low level laser irradiation in research articles published.
Low level laser therapy (LLLT) is a light source treatment with a single coherent wavelength. It consists of a laser of lower power (< 500mw) compared surgical lasers. Unlike cosmetic [...]
]Once the light (of a specific wavelength) penetrates skin and reaches targeted damaged tissues, it is absorbed by light sensitive elements of the cell in a process similar to photosynthesis [...]
Several mechanisms underlying the therapeutic effects of LLLT have been widely supported in clinical research around the world. Anti Inflammatory effect Analgesic effect Tissue reparation Immune system modulation Stabilisation of [...]
This varies for different conditions. Time of each session is typically between 25 minutes to 50 minutes and should be applied two or more times a week. The frequency of [...]
No adverse side effect is documented so far. Some patients may feel tiredness, thirstiness, sleepiness and so on for a little while following the treatment. In addition, some patients (applicable [...]