Maintain Good Hygiene and Health with Natural Dental Ozone Therapy
Ozone therapy helps you not only improve your smile but also combat and control gum disease, whiten your teeth, promote healing, sterilize the canal system during root canal therapy, and reduce cavity-inducing bacteria in just one visit to Tredi Dental.
Ozone Therapy- What is it ?
If you want a natural way to maintain healthy gums and teeth, dental ozone therapy is for you! It is a safe method that utilizes ozone gas, excluding medication and synthetic chemicals.
Do you have a bacterial infection affecting your teeth and gums? Well, ozone therapy can kill the bacteria with zero side effects. This is an ideal treatment for patients with dental anxiety who want to treat slight to moderate tooth decay or teeth with sensitivity issues. Not only do patients report less sensitivity to cold and heat, but the treatment is also non-invasive and painless, making it popular among patients.
Dental Ozone Therapy- How Does it Work?
Oral infections are quite common, with cavities as the biggest culprit, and when infections occur your bodies white blood cells enter the bacteria to create an oxidative burst. This burst punctures the bacterial cell wall, in turn killing the bacteria.
Ozone, when applied to an infection, causes the same reaction. The ozonated gas or water kill the bacteria causing the infection by causing the same burst of oxygen through its encirclement of the bacteria.
Ozone therapy additionally creates an environment that prevents bacteria from flourishing around your teeth and gums. After a dental implant it prevents infection and speeds up healing.
Improve Dental Health Naturally
Dental ozone therapy has many natural oral benefits such as the accelerated strengthening and remineralization of teeth and the ability to assist with tooth decay. It also acts as a natural dental bleach by sending oxygen below the enamel surface of your teeth and as a result, whitening your teeth. And to top all that, ozone is pain-free, meaning no pain medication is required and you can return to your everyday activities the second your appointment ends,