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Most people feel nothing at all during the treatment, while some may feel
a slight tingling. Low power lasers do not generate perceivable heat.
warmth or burning as a result of the laser. For this reason, they are
sometimes called "cold" lasers.
When Should I Feel Results?
The main healing effect of laser therapy is usually noticed hours after
each treatment and can continue for days. Also, Laser Therapy is
cumulative which means that each visit builds upon the one before.
Is it Safe?
Therapeutic laser therapy is safe and painless. In fact, after many years
of clinical use in Europe and Canada, low power lasers have been found
to have no adverse effects.
How Long Does it Take?
Treatments may last as little as 5 minutes or as long as 20 minutes. The
total number of treatments required is usually 8-15. While some patients
get some immediate results, others usually require several treatments
before there is a noticeable effect.
What Is Retracing?
Occasionally patients will feel a little worse in the earliest stages before
they start to feel better. This is mostly true of very chronic, severe
Are the Results Long Lasting?
Therapeutic Laser Therapy is about healing. It's not about masking or
covering up a condition. When you feel better from this therapy... it's
because you are better. Therefore results have been found to be quite
long lasting. Naturally, you are expected to help in your healing process
so that you don't undo the work that's being on you.
What Factors Determine Whether
this Type of Therapy Will Help?
There are 5 main factors that need to be considered when determining
the likelihood of success in each case.
1- How long you've had the problem
2- Your overall health
3- Your age.
4- How deep the condition is.
5- How severe the condition is.