Uses of Ozone Therapy in Dentistry
Procedures such as ozone therapy are one of the aims of holistic approach and holistic dentistry, that is, ozone therapy is nowadays among the auxiliary methods of dentistry in order to protect the tissue and regenerate the tissue.
For this reason, it uses ozone therapy to treat various dental procedures.
What is Ozone Therapy?
Ozone is a three-atom oxygen particle.
It has a stronger structure than oxygen. It can be used in liquid or gas form. It is the application of ozone produced by an ozone generator directly to the tissue to provide wound healing in that area.
Ozone also has a structure that kills bacteria, that is, it disinfects the wound site and provides oxygenation of that area.
In which areas is ozone therapy used in dentistry?
Areas of use of ozone include:
Ozone application contributes to wound healing after stone cleaning by providing disinfection in that area by making infected gingiva.
Ozone Treatment After Implant Application
Ozone application during implant surgery provides disinfection of the area to be implanted so that the implant is placed in a clean environment.
Tooth Decay and Root Canal Treatment
The use of the bactericidal effect of ozone gas is very helpful in both filling treatment and canal treatment.
Tooth Extraction and Ozone Therapy
Especially after daily wisdom tooth extraction and after normal tooth extraction, disinfection of the extracted cavity is provided by ozone application.
Is there a harm of ozone therapy?
Ozone has no harm recorded to date, there is no risk of allergy.