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Laser Light Activates Stem Cells and Regenerates Tissue - Study Confirms

Scientists have used low-power light to trigger stem cells inside the body to regenerate tissue. This research confirms the regenerative properties of low-level laser therapy, and provides support for a host of clinical applications in restorative dentistry and regenerative medicine more broadly, such as wound healing, bone regeneration, and more.

The abilities of low-level lasers to regenerate tissue have been known for some time. About 15 years ago papers were published showing that light can help regenerate damaged neurons. These were followed by a variety of clinical studies. However, these were not acknowledged by the mainstream research community.

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Ben B. from Gordon's Bay, South Africa

The patient is a man in his late 50s whose left foot was run over by a truck in 1969. His foot has given him problems ever since. He had seen a number of different specialists over the years, but the difficulties with his foot persisted. In January 2011 the patient underwent a surgical procedure whereby a flap of muscle from the patient's right thigh had been removed, and then attached it to the top of his foot. However, the procedure was not successful, in that the flap had come away from the foot, and the resulting wound was not being resolved to any appreciable extent.

In the light of the lack of progress, the use of the Delta on the wound...

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