Bionette was developed by a team of scientists and doctors specializing in phototherapy and photobiology. Bionette harnesses the healing powers of Low-Level Narrow Band (“LLNB”) red light with using wave length of 630nm light.
Exposure of tissues in the nose to low-energy narrow-band light yields and enhanced nitric oxide production. Stimulation by nitric oxide mediates wound repair and inflammatory healing process. It is clinically proven and its efficacy is supported by clinical and scientific data.
Clinical studies and publications on The Use of Phototherapy:
Comparative study in the management of Allergic Rhinitis in children using LED Phototherapy and Laser Acupunture
Effect of Nasa Light-Emitting Diode Irradiation on wound healing
We believe that the use of NASA LED for light therapy alone, and in conjunction with hyperbaric oxygen, will greatly enhance the natural wound healing process, and more quickly return the patient to a preinjury/illness level of activity. This work is supported and managed through the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center-SBIR Program.
Is Light-Emitting Diode Phototherapy (Led-LLLT) really effective?
Provided an LED phototherapy system has the correct wavelength for the target cells, delivers an appropriate power density and an adequate energy density, then it will be at least partly, if not significantly, effective. The use of LED-LLLT as an adjunct to conventional surgical or nonsurgical indications is an even more exciting prospect. LED-LLLT is here to stay.
Effects of Low-Power Light Therapy on wound healing: LASER X LED
The reviewed studies show that phototherapy, either by LASER or LED, is an effective therapeutic modality to promote healing of skin wounds. The biological effects promoted by these therapeutic resources are similar and are related to the decrease in inflammatory cells, increased fibroblast proliferation, angiogenesis stimulation, formation of granulation tissue and increased collagen synthesis.