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BioStick treatment

FOLLOWING ARE THE VARIOUS MOUTH DISORDERS TREATED BY THE BIOSTICK UNIT.

MOUTH BAD SMELLGingival inflammation develops within a couple of days of undisturbed bacterial growth on the cervical portion of the tooth surface. In most cases if the microbial plaque is removed at this stage and effective plaque control measures institute, the inflammatory alterations soon disappear.

 

Restorations and crowns with overhanging margins as well as anatomical abbretions of the hard and soft tissues and secondary etiological factors of gingival inflammation by facilitating plaque accumulation along the gingival marigin. In addition it has been shown that mouth breathers develop chronic gingivitis as well.

Conventional treatment includes the elimination of those secondary etiological factors and the instituion of optimal plaque removal. In sonic instances this treatment does riot result ill complete healing. Hyperplastic gingival inflammation can b observed as well during tile healing phase of crown lengthening procedures, despite optimal plaque removal by the patient.

HERPES LABIALIS
The recurrent attacks are as secondary herpetic stomatitis, recurrent habitual aphthae or recurrent herpetic stomatitis. The individual lesions which occur on the lips ar commonly referred to as “cold sores” while those within the mouth are called “canker sores”. The lip lesions (herpes labialis or “cold sores”) occur most often oil the vermilion border but may occur oil the circumoral skin They begin with a burning sensation and swelling of the lip which is rapidly followed by all aggregate of small vesicles which have a tendency to coalesce the rupture and exude serum which forms an abundent yellowish crust. The lesiosns may crack with the movement of the lip causing hemorrhage and the crust becomes black in color. Herpes labialis usually heal in two or three weeks without residual scar. The lesions may recur at varying intervals, frequently ill the same location – Following the initial infection the virus is residual in the tissue and may be activated by anything, which lowers the resistance of the tissue. Some patients develop lesion following exposure to sunlight. They are associated with upper respiratory infection or other disease processes attended by fever and for this reason the lesions are referred to his fever blisters. Some patients associate them with gastrointestinal upsets in which case they are often due to food allergies. They may be associated with the onset of menstrual periods. Treatment is symptomatic as the lesions heal spontaneously. The lesions should be kept soft by the application of cold cream, petroleum jelly or an ointment with a lanolin base.

APTHOUS ULCER
The canker sore (apthous ulcer, herpetic ulcer) is a recurrent herpetic lesion involving mucous membrane. They occur in vestibular and buccal mucosa, floor of the mouth, the gingiva, and on the tongue. Those which occur in the mucobuccal fold are linear in shape and are called aphthous fissuratum, while those in other areas are round or oval and are called canker sores. The initial symptoms are not as pronounced as the lesions on the lip and the patient.

As on the Up, the lesion arises as a vesicle but due to its location on a moist non-keratinized surface, the vesicle ruptures easily and is, therefore, present for only a very short time and the vesicular state is not recognized by the patient. After the vesicle ruptures a shallow ulcer develops which is rapidly covered by a yellowish fibrionous membrane and is surrounded by an intense real zone 1 or 1.5 nun in width.

The ulcer becomes very painful, especially hen it is located in the areas where the the the tissue is movable. The lesions may be single or multiple and of variable size, some reaching 5 to 7 mm in diameter.

The pain is usually more intense when the lesions are large and multiple. The lesions heal spontaneously in seven fourteen days. Treatment is of value only to relieve pain and will not enhance healing. Pain may be relieved by the application of Xylocaine (viscous) for a short period to permit the patient to eat more comfortably – Very painful ulcers may be relieved by chemical cautery of the base of the lesion. The lesions may be initiated by menstruation, food allergies, local trauma, and upper respiratory infection. They may be prevented by the use of immune gamma blobulin scrum, small pox vaccine, and other means associated with specific predisposing factors such as menstruation, and emotional.



BIOSTICK MECHANISM
The BioStick uses red light at 630nm wave-length, this wave has two main features:

1.Anti-inflammatory.
2.Enhance the healing of damaged tissue.

The combination of these two properties is responsible for the extraordinary results in the treatment of the oral problems mentioned above.
The mechanism is a long bio-chemical reaction that leads to the formation of NO.

BioStick treatment

FOLLOWING ARE THE VARIOUS MOUTH DISORDERS TREATED BY THE BIOSTICK UNIT.

MOUTH BAD SMELLGingival inflammation develops within a couple of days of undisturbed bacterial growth on the cervical portion of the tooth surface. In most cases if the microbial plaque is removed at this stage and effective plaque control measures institute, the inflammatory alterations soon disappear.

 

Restorations and crowns with overhanging margins as well as anatomical abbretions of the hard and soft tissues and secondary etiological factors of gingival inflammation by facilitating plaque accumulation along the gingival marigin. In addition it has been shown that mouth breathers develop chronic gingivitis as well.

Conventional treatment includes the elimination of those secondary etiological factors and the instituion of optimal plaque removal. In sonic instances this treatment does riot result ill complete healing. Hyperplastic gingival inflammation can b observed as well during tile healing phase of crown lengthening procedures, despite optimal plaque removal by the patient.

HERPES LABIALIS
The recurrent attacks are as secondary herpetic stomatitis, recurrent habitual aphthae or recurrent herpetic stomatitis. The individual lesions which occur on the lips ar commonly referred to as “cold sores” while those within the mouth are called “canker sores”. The lip lesions (herpes labialis or “cold sores”) occur most often oil the vermilion border but may occur oil the circumoral skin They begin with a burning sensation and swelling of the lip which is rapidly followed by all aggregate of small vesicles which have a tendency to coalesce the rupture and exude serum which forms an abundent yellowish crust. The lesiosns may crack with the movement of the lip causing hemorrhage and the crust becomes black in color. Herpes labialis usually heal in two or three weeks without residual scar. The lesions may recur at varying intervals, frequently ill the same location – Following the initial infection the virus is residual in the tissue and may be activated by anything, which lowers the resistance of the tissue. Some patients develop lesion following exposure to sunlight. They are associated with upper respiratory infection or other disease processes attended by fever and for this reason the lesions are referred to his fever blisters. Some patients associate them with gastrointestinal upsets in which case they are often due to food allergies. They may be associated with the onset of menstrual periods. Treatment is symptomatic as the lesions heal spontaneously. The lesions should be kept soft by the application of cold cream, petroleum jelly or an ointment with a lanolin base.

APTHOUS ULCER
The canker sore (apthous ulcer, herpetic ulcer) is a recurrent herpetic lesion involving mucous membrane. They occur in vestibular and buccal mucosa, floor of the mouth, the gingiva, and on the tongue. Those which occur in the mucobuccal fold are linear in shape and are called aphthous fissuratum, while those in other areas are round or oval and are called canker sores. The initial symptoms are not as pronounced as the lesions on the lip and the patient.

As on the Up, the lesion arises as a vesicle but due to its location on a moist non-keratinized surface, the vesicle ruptures easily and is, therefore, present for only a very short time and the vesicular state is not recognized by the patient. After the vesicle ruptures a shallow ulcer develops which is rapidly covered by a yellowish fibrionous membrane and is surrounded by an intense real zone 1 or 1.5 nun in width.

The ulcer becomes very painful, especially hen it is located in the areas where the the the tissue is movable. The lesions may be single or multiple and of variable size, some reaching 5 to 7 mm in diameter.

The pain is usually more intense when the lesions are large and multiple. The lesions heal spontaneously in seven fourteen days. Treatment is of value only to relieve pain and will not enhance healing. Pain may be relieved by the application of Xylocaine (viscous) for a short period to permit the patient to eat more comfortably – Very painful ulcers may be relieved by chemical cautery of the base of the lesion. The lesions may be initiated by menstruation, food allergies, local trauma, and upper respiratory infection. They may be prevented by the use of immune gamma blobulin scrum, small pox vaccine, and other means associated with specific predisposing factors such as menstruation, and emotional.



BIOSTICK MECHANISM
The BioStick uses red light at 630nm wave-length, this wave has two main features:

1.Anti-inflammatory.
2.Enhance the healing of damaged tissue.

The combination of these two properties is responsible for the extraordinary results in the treatment of the oral problems mentioned above.
The mechanism is a long bio-chemical reaction that leads to the formation of NO.