Ozone DentistryFullerton, CA
Dr. Kitt Larson delivers safe Ozone Dentistry in his practice in Fullerton, CA.
Ozone was shown to be biocompatible and is used in all aspects of dentistry. It has been shown to stimulate remineralization of recent caries-affected teeth and is used as a preventive therapy in caries, root caries, and intracanal irrigants in endodontic treatment.
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Ozone Therapy in Dentistry
Oxygen/ozone therapy in dentistry contains a multiplicity of protocols to deal with dental infection. Three fundamental forms of application to oral tissue are applied — (1) ozonated water, (2) ozonated olive oil, and (3) oxygen/ozone gas. Ozonated water and olive oil have the capacity to entrap and then release oxygen/ozone, an ideal delivery system. These forms of application are used singly or in combination to treat dental disease.
In contrast with traditional medicine modalities such as antibiotics and disinfectants, ozone therapy is quite economical; it will markedly reduce both medical cost and invalidity. Dentistry is varying with induction of modern science to practice dentistry. The ozone therapy has been more beneficial than present conventional therapeutic modalities that follow a minimally invasive and conservative application to dental treatment. The exposition of molecular mechanisms of ozone further benefits practical function in dentistry. Treating patients with ozone therapy lessens the treatment time with an immense deal of variation and it eradicates the bacterial count more specifically. The treatment is painless and increases the patients’ tolerability and fulfillment with minimal adverse effects. Contraindications of this controversial method should not be forgotten. Further research is needed to regulate indications and treatment procedures of ozone therapy.
Dental treatment modalities of ozone therapy
- Biofilm purging (Elimination of bacterial pathogens)
- Periodontal pocket disinfection and osseous disinfection
- Prevention of dental caries
- Endodontic treatment
- Tooth extraction
- Tooth sensitivity
- Tempromandibular joint treatment
- Gum recession (exposed root surfaces)
- Pain control
- Infection control
- Accelerated healing
- Tissue regeneration
- Controlling halitosis (Bad breath)
- Remineralization of tooth surface
- Teeth whitening (Bleaching)
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