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Repeated exposure of the oral mucosa over 12 months with cold plasma is not carcinogenic in mice

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Evert, Katja ; Kocher, Thomas ; Schindler, Andrea ; Müller, Manuel ; Müller, Karolina ; Pink, C. ; Holtfreter, Birte ; Schmidt, Alexander ; Dombrowski, Frank ; Schubert, Andrea ; von Woedtke, Thomas ; Rupf, Stefan ; Calvisi, Diego F. ; Bekeschus, S. ; Jablonowski, L.
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 26 Apr 2022 14:49


Peri-implantitis may result in the loss of dental implants. Cold atmospheric pressure plasma (CAP) was suggested to promote re-osseointegration, decrease antimicrobial burden, and support wound healing. However, the long-term risk assessment of CAP treatment in the oral cavity has not been addressed. Treatment with two different CAP devices was compared against UV radiation, carcinogen ...


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