The Effects of Laser Therapy on Irradiated Cells

The effects of low laser therapy on irradiated cells: a systematic review

Energy for Health, Volume 8

T. Chon Leon Lau, M. Marquezan, A. Bolognese, M. Tirre de Douza Araujo

Study Objective:

This study is a systematic review to explain the effects of low level laser on irradiated cells concerning cell structure, viability and DNA damage. Eight studies were analyzed from Cochrane Library and PubMed.


This review of previously published articles concluded that adequate laser dosages (including proper device, wavelength, and radiant exposure) can accelerate wound healing, stimulate cell proliferation and decrease DNA damage.

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