Ozone in dentistry

Oxygen is absolutely essential to every cell in our body.

Ozone in surgical procedures

The application of ozone therapy after any surgical procedure loke teeth extraction sockets or implant placement has shown to reduce the incidence of:

Ozone therapy has also been scientifically proven to accelerate the healing rate and aid in hemostasis (stoppage of bleeding). This power is due to ozone’s antimicrobial properties as well as its magnificent effects on mitochondria. It provides more oxygen to cells to release more energy to aid in healing. Ozone and minimally invasive dentistry Ozone achieves significant results in the treatment of initial decay This means that minimal or often no drilling can be achieved, thanks again to its antimicrobial properties. This all ensures that we treat the problem using a biological approach rather than just a mechanical one. Ozone and Cosmetic Dentistry Ozone is also used for disinfecting teeth after preparing them to receive fillings. Disinfection of inlays and veneers before cementing them on the tooth is also a common use for Ozone. Again, the main benefit of that is to make use of the biological effects of Ozone, whereby we do our best to eradicate infection and give your body a chance to heal.

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Ozone and infection control

The biological effects of ozone therapy are unmatchable.

As ozonated water is antimicrobial we use it for disinfecting our:

This ensures a very high level of cleanliness. It also minimizes our use of undesirable chemicals ensuring we do our bit for our environment. Ozonated water requires only a short contact time to kill and inactivate bacteria, viruses, parasites and fungi. Ozone disintegrates very quickly, producing no residues with no unacceptable byproducts (only Oxygen).