How magnetic field and LED light therapy works in nerve regeneration after dental complications

Effectively reduces pain and restores the function of damaged nerves

Therapy using pulsed magnetic field and Viofor LED light — magnetostimulation, magnetoledotherapy, magnetotherapy — is recommended as a method supporting basic dental treatment in the treatment of post-extraction complications, peripheral palsy of the facial nerve, lingual and alveolar nerve paralysis and trigeminal neuralgia. The effectiveness of regenerative, analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects as well as in neurologic conditions has been confirmed in clinical studies by over 280 doctors and specialists.

Clinical observations in dental clinics with the use of Viofor showed faster restoration of the function of damaged nerves in patients after dental procedures vs. traditional treatment.

“Assessing the obtained results, one may claim a positive effect of slowly changing magnetic fields with ion cyclotron resonance generated by the Viofor JPS device on the lingual nerve. It was clinically proven that the function of the damaged nerves has been restored in a significantly shorter time than in previous treatment (the period of spontaneous recovery lasts at least six months).”

Rehabilitacja nerwu językowego z zastosowaniem wolnozmiennych pól magnetycznych z jonowym rezonansem cyklotronowym – doniesienia wstępne. Nowa Stomat. 2004,1,27, 20-23. Praca kliniczna. Lesiakowski M., Opalko K., Sroczyk M., Piechowicz-Lesiakowska A.
How magnetic field and LED light therapy works in nerve regeneration after dental complications

Magnetostimulation, magnetoledotherapy and magnetotherapy in dentistry

Effect of Viofor therapy in the regeneration of damaged nerves

Therapies with pulsed magnetic field and Viofor LED light contribute to the reconstruction and proper functioning of damaged nerves caused by dental complications such as: extraction, oral surgery, implantation or local anaesthesia.  Magnetostimulation and magnetoledotherapy are extremely effective in terms of analgesic and regenerative treatment. They accelerate the return of sensation and improve neurological functions and nerve conductivity.

Regenerative effect — the intensification of oxygen absorption processes under magnetic field, and thus stimulation of tissue respiration, improves cellular metabolism, which accelerates regenerative processes.

Analgesic effect — the increase in the secretion of endogenous opiates (β-endorphins) belongs to the mechanisms of analgesic activity. The analgesic effect also persists after exposure to the magnetic field and LED light ceases.

Improvement of neural conduction — the improvement of neural conduction occurs through the stimulation of conductivity in axons, which is manifested by changes in the distribution of the membrane potential along the axon and an increase in the area of stimulated tissues under magnetic field exposure.

Anti-inflammatory effect — the anti-inflammatory effect of Viofor therapy comes from, among others, the stimulating effect of the production of cAMP and prostaglandin E and the reduction of the secretion of inflammatory mediators.

Doctors and scientists about Viofor in the regeneration of damaged nerves

Viofor's clinical work

“The use of Viofor magnetostimulation treatments led to visible improvement. Depending on the size of the nerve damage and the time since injury, the rate of sensation recovery was different. During the procedures, patients often experienced tingling, increased numbness, and even some pain in the area of the tissues supplied by the damaged nerve. These symptoms withdrew in the course of further treatments. After the completion of the procedures, none of the patients bit their tongue or lip, the swelling was gone and full or partial sensation returned, as confirmed by the two-point discrimination and light touch tests.”
Magnetostymulacja w leczeniu powikłań stomatologicznych. Przegląd Elektrotechniczny 2005, 81: 81-83. Praca kliniczna. Opalko K., Dojs A., Piechowicz –Lesiakowska, Lesiakowski M.
“The use of magnetostimulation in the treatment of peripheral palsy of the facial nerve can significantly shorten the treatment time, being a significant complement to pharmacological treatment.”
Magnetostymulacja w leczeniu obwodowego porażenia nerwu twarzowego. Neurologia Dziecięca 2008, 17, 34, 71-74. Pasek J., Pasek T., Kniażewska M., Obuchowicz A., Sieroń A.
Magnetostimulation and magnetoledotherapy are recommended as a method supporting basic dental treatment in the treatment of post-extraction complications, in the regeneration of damaged peripheral nerves, in peripheral palsy of the facial nerve, in the case of post-surgical complications.
Zastosowanie wolnozmiennych pól magnetycznych w stomatologii – przegląd piśmiennictwa. Implantoprotetyka 2010, XI, 2-3, 39-40. Praca poglądowa. Łopuch P., Pihut M., Baczyk-Łopuch O.
“The use of magnetostimulation in the treatment of peripheral palsy of the facial nerve can significantly shorten the treatment time, being a significant complement to pharmacological treatment.”
Magnetostymulacja w leczeniu obwodowego porażenia nerwu twarzowego. Neurologia Dziecięca 2008, 17, 34, 71-74. Pasek J., Pasek T., Kniażewska M., Obuchowicz A., Sieroń A.
“The effect is a reduction in pain intensity and the appearance of longer periods without pain. This confirms the beneficial effects of magnetostimulation in the treatment of trigeminal neuralgia.”
Neuralgia nerwu trójdzielnego: leczenie za pomocą pola magnetycznego o niskiej indukcji. Opis przypadku. Acta Bio-Opt. Inf. Med. 2001, 7, 15-16. Bryl A., Paluszak J.

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