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OZONE DENTAL THERAPY
The administration of ozone has been used for many years in medical and dental practices (see history of ozone therapy below…link history section below).
It was proposed because of its antimicrobial, disinfectant, biocompatibility and healing properties. In the last decade more treatments with ozone have been developed to address common dental infections associated with gum disease and tooth decay. With the proper usage of ozone therapy in biological dentistry, ozone therapy offer more effective care and considerably cut down the time and cost of the treatment.
What is Ozone Dental Therapy?
- Ozone dental therapy is a biological dental treatment that significantly reduces the presence of oral bacteria. It is minimally invasive and works to halt the development of tooth decay which is done by eradicating the bacteria that damage tooth enamel that causes the decay.
- With ozone dental therapy, the damaging bacteria that break down tooth enamel are eradicated by altering the oral environment. In the gaseous or liquid phase, ozone has shown to be a powerful and reliable anti-microbial agent against bacteria, fungi and viruses.
At Dr. Roze BioHealth, we have found that ozone therapy has many benefits that fit the model of biological dentistry:
- It can be used to treat early tooth decay and gum disease
- Patients experience no discomfort during treatment
- Eliminates the need for drills or invasive procedures
- Helps to minimise patient anxiety
- It is very safe and an ideal option for young children
- Allows the opportunity for the tooth to re-mineralise and become strong again.
Ozone therapy has effectively been used for several dental treatments that we offer at Dr. Roze BioHealth Clinics:
- Tooth sensitivity – we have found it to be a successful treatment for patients who suffer from sensitivity, resulting in fewer issues with cold and hot sensations after treatment.
- Gum disease – ozone therapy’s ability to ward off bacteria has proven to be highly beneficial.
- Root canal treatment – we use ozone therapy to sterilise the canal to reduce the risk of infection and the need for further treatment.
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