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Mouth / Dental Red Light Therapy laser for Mouth Ulcers and dental health

Mouth / Dental Red Light Therapy laser for Mouth Ulcers and dental health

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Experience advanced oral care with our innovative Red Light Therapy Laser for the mouth.

Made from safe, high-quality TRP material and available in a sleek white finish, this device delivers LLLT right where you need it.

Equipped with multiple plug options to make powering the unit a breeze with any iPhone, Type-C Mobile and USB. Power it up using your phone, tablet, power bank, or computer. 

Unbox a complete oral care LLLT solution with our package. It includes the main unit with 1.1m wire, a detailed manual book, and a mouthpiece. All you need to supply is the power. 

Red light therapy for the mouth, also known as photobiomodulation therapy, harnesses the power of specific wavelengths of red light to promote oral health and healing. Here are some common uses:

  1. Gum Health: Red light therapy has been shown to stimulate circulation and reduce inflammation in the gums, promoting gum health and reducing the risk of gum disease.
  2. Wound Healing: Red light therapy can accelerate the healing process for oral wounds, such as mouth ulcers or surgical incisions, by increasing blood flow and collagen production.
  3. Pain Relief: Red light therapy has analgesic properties that can help alleviate oral pain, including toothaches and jaw pain associated with temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ).
  4. Tooth Sensitivity: Studies suggest that red light therapy may help reduce tooth sensitivity by desensitizing nerve endings in the teeth, relieving individuals with sensitive teeth.
  5. Oral Infections: Red light therapy exhibits antimicrobial effects, effectively treating oral infections such as oral thrush and periodontal disease.

Overall, red light therapy offers a non-invasive and drug-free approach to improving oral health, potentially benefiting many conditions.

How often to use:

The duration of use for a mouth red light therapy device can vary depending on the specific condition being treated and the device's intensity. However, as a general guideline:

  1. Frequency: For best results, it's typically recommended to use red light therapy for the mouth daily or several times per week.
  2. Duration: Each session may last anywhere from 5 to 15 minutes.
  3. Consistency: Consistency is key for optimal results. Regular, ongoing use over a period of weeks or months may be necessary to see significant improvements in oral health.
  4. Consultation: It's essential to follow the instructions provided with your specific red light therapy device and, if necessary, consult with a healthcare professional for personalized guidance on usage duration and frequency based on your individual needs and condition.

How to use: 

Step 1: Clean the mouthpiece.

Step 2: Power up by connecting the cord to your power source. Take note of the start of treatment time.

Step 3: Insert the mouthpiece into the mouth and gently bite down on or hold in place with your lips.

Step 4: Once the session is complete, turn off the device and remove it from your mouth. Rinse your mouth if desired.

Step 5: Clean the device with soapy water, rinse and then dry it before storing it in a clean, dry place.

Research papers:

The Effect of Photobiomodulation on Periodontal Tissue Regeneration: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Implementation of Low-Level Laser Therapy in Dentistry: A Review

The effects of photodynamic and low-level laser therapy for treatment of oral lichen planus—A systematic review and meta-analysis


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