Clinical studies prove the positive impact of low level laser technology in the treatment of pain, orthopedic conditions, inflammation, sports injuries and wounds. Over 2,000 publications – including more than 100 double-blind studies – have backed the efficacy of low level laser therapy.
B-Cure Laser’s efficacy for the treatment of pain and wounds has been proven in 5 double blind clinical trials.
5 other clinical trials are in process.
Clinical trial of 90 patients (30 B-Cure active Laser, 30 placebo, 30 pain relief medication) affected by Joint-Related Pain (TMJ).
The double blind clinical trial , involving 90 patients, has shown a significant pain reduction in the active group vs the B-Cure Placebo Laser . Significance – p<0.01
Pain reduction of the active group was not different than the drug group.
Published in: Cranio, April 2019
The results showed a decrease of temperature, drainage output, pain relief and accelerated healing in laser group. Significance – p<0.001 (pain).Published in: American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery 2014. (Submission in process)OPEN FILE
The use of original LLLT techniques in prevention and treatment regimens before and after dental implantation significantly reduces the frequency and intensity of the pain symptom. Significance – p<0.01.
Published in: Physics of Cancer: Interdisciplinary Problems and Clinical Applications, Sep 2017
A 50% decrease in pain level within two weeks, compared to 8% within the control group.
Published in: The “Laser Therapy”, March 2015.
The use of the B-Cure Laser Dental Pro has been proposed for both pre and post-operation treatment by administration of 6 minute pre-op, and post-op administration for a week, 3 times a day. The use of the B-Cure Laser Dental Pro demonstrates better patient recovery with less swelling and pain.OPEN FILE
A systematic literature review published in “Photomedicine and Laser Surgery”, November 2018, supports the outstanding efficacy of B-Cure Laser vs. all medical photomedicine devices for home use worldwide, for the treatment of pain and wound healing.
B-Cure Laser was cited in 4 out of 14 studies! 29% of the patients in the entire literature review studies received the B-Cure Laser therapy treatment.
American College of Physicians’ Guidelines include a “strong recommendation” for Low-Level Laser Therapy as a non invasive treatment for acute, subacute & chronic low back pain.
We show that LLLT reduces pain immediately after treatment in acute neck pain and up to 22 weeks after completion of treatment in patients with chronic neck pain”.
International guidelines recommend the “use of low level laser therapy for treatment of Oral Mucositis“.
Post-Marketing Survey shows significant decrease in intolerable pain, Geocartography Knowledge Group, August 2017.
• 60% of the patients who had suffered intolerable pain (8-10 NRS) experienced a significant pain decrease to bearable pain. Significance – p<0.001.
Supportive care of cancer patients with a self- applied photobiomodulation device-B-Cure Laser: a case series,published on Jan 2021,about the treatment of Oral Mucositis-wounds which develop post oncology treatment.
In summary, side-effects induced by cancer therapy have a detrimental effect on the patient’s well-being and may delay or even prevent the patients from completing treatment regimens. PBM is already an established tool for prevention of OM. The advent of a self- applied personal PBM treatment with easy to apply protocols for a variety of side- effects make this technology an important accessible and safe supportive care option. In the case studies B-Cure Laser treatments were administered successfully. The guideline for the treatment applying the medical Devices for the Treatment of Oral Mucositis is LLLT-Low Level laser Therapy.
More clinical trials supporting the technology in regards to Implantology :
PUBMED Clinical Trials: Effect of laser therapy on attachment
PUBMED Clinical Trials: Clinical Outcomes of Low-level Laser Therapy
PUBMED Clinical Trials: Effect of preoperative ibuprofen in controlling postendodontic pain
PUBMED Clinical Trials: Effects of low-level laser therapy on soft and hard tissue healing