SUPPLEMENTARY THERAPIES

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LASER THERAPY

Why do we consider it important to use soft-laser therapy in our dental practice?
Because by the high intensity light of lasers certain biochemical processes can be generated in the
cells which result in faster cell multiplication and vein regeneration, in local immune stimulation and
reduction of oedemas. In consequence of cell processes and biological effects the course of wound-
healing will be faster, scars will be nicer and patients’ pains will diminish.
Our surgery is using Bilight-Opticom soft-laser equipment which is operating both in visible red light
and in infra red light spectrum. Visible red light is absorbed approximately 5-10 mm deep in surface
tissues while infra red lights penetrate and unfold their effects about twice as deep as the visible red
light.

We are using the red light to treat surface oral mucus inflammatory diseases (like mucus injuries,
herpes, thrush), tooth-bed diseases, pyorrhea and gingivitis.
Following oral surgery routine interventions (removal of teeth, operational removal of teeth,
resections), and immediately after implantations during a few days in the post-operational period we
are using combined laser-treatments.

Soft-laser therapy is a more and more important therapy tool of periodontal membrane and of
periosteal inflammations, and it serves as an indispensable supplementary tool of parodontal
curettes as well.

OZONE THERAPY

Ozone therapy is a painless method of treatment, a new possibility in dental practice to prevent
tooth decay and to cure gum diseases.

Ozone is one of the strongest oxidizing agents, its industrial and medical use is based on this
property. It has a powerful antiseptic and germicidal effect.
Through an oxidation process it destroys bacteria, fungi and viruses which other substances would
not be able to eliminate at all. Already during World War I. gangrenouos patients were treated with a
gasmixture of oxigen-ozone efficiently.

As a result of its beneficial effects, ozone helps wounds heal in a shorter time!

Use in dentistry:

  • before and after dental surgeries
  • for root canal treatment
  • for the treatment of oral candidiasis
  • for the treatment of deep gum pockets
  • for open and closed periodontal curettage
  • treatment of periodontal diseases (gingivitis, receding gums)
  • treatment of inflammation (sore) caused by prosthesis

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