Ozone Dental Treatment
Advanced ozone therapy is a breath of fresh air in dental care. Embrace the future of oral health with our state-of-the-art ozone dental treatments, known for their efficacy, unparalleled safety, and versatility.
Patients visiting our dentist in Fort Lauderdale benefit from a non-invasive solution that powerfully combats decay, gum disease, and infection. With ozone therapy, we offer a range of treatments, from cavity prevention to teeth whitening, all while ensuring a gentle touch.
Ozone is a variant of oxygen made up of three atoms (O3) and serves as a potent tool for treating and disinfecting teeth.
- Antimicrobial Effect: It effectively destroys bacteria, viruses, fungi, and other microorganisms in the oral cavity.
- Circulation Enhancement: Ozone therapy expands blood vessels, which improves blood flow and promotes faster healing of gum tissue.
- Body-Safe: It is non-toxic and safe for the body when applied correctly.
How does ozone work in dentistry?
Dentist with 30 years of experience
Ozone therapy is utilized in dentistry for the treatment of tooth and gum diseases. Ozone acts as an oxidizer, killing bacteria and other pathogens in the oral cavity without damaging healthy tissues.
Pathogens and microbes have different charges and lack the natural protection that healthy cells have. Therefore, ozone exerts its antimicrobial effects on harmful organisms while preserving healthy tissues.
For early-stage caries, it preserves tooth enamel and prevents the progression of pathology
For periodontitis, it heals tissues and eliminates inflammation
For those with increased tooth sensitivity, it reduces discomfort during eating/drinking
For patients allergic to anesthetics, it's considered a safe alternative to traditional anesthetics
For those with dental phobia, it offers pain-free treatment without drills and stress
For a holistic approach to treatment, it's suitable for those who prefer less invasive procedures without chemical exposure
We are among the few dental clinics in Fort Lauderdale to offer ozone therapy using ozonated water and gas.
We invite you to move away from chemical treatments and embrace the natural power of healing. Step into the future of dentistry today!
Ozone is effective against pathogenic microorganisms (bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites, protozoa). It acts as a universal antiseptic to combat various infections in the oral cavity, and almost instantly destroys pathogens.
Regular ozone therapy procedures remineralize the enamel, reducing the risk of caries formation. They help prevent periodontitis by reducing gum inflammation and eliminate bacteria in dental pockets, reducing sulfur compounds and bad breath.
The method is effective even in oxygen-deprived conditions, such as treating infections in tooth roots or dead teeth. It breaks down into normal oxygen, leaving no toxic residues. With moderate concentration, the risk of side effects is minimal. The therapy does not require injections and does not cause discomfort to the patient.
- The procedure takes a few minutes.
- It is painless and does not cause discomfort.
- Ozone procedures are minimally invasive, minimizing the risk of damaging surrounding structures.
- The ozone teeth cleaning process is more environmentally safe, without using harmful substances.
Dr. Boris Lipovetskiy, a dentist with 30 years of experience
Ozone therapy is the start to a new era in the treatment of teeth and gums. This approach to the restoration of soft and hard tissues is becoming popular among dentists with a holistic approach for a reason. I recommend ozone therapy for patients who want to undergo cosmetic dental procedures effectively, without risks, and comfortably. Schedule a consultation today!
Initially, the dentist evaluates the condition of the teeth, gums, and mucosal lining. Additional diagnostic methods, such as X-rays, may be used for a more detailed analysis.
- If early-stage caries is identified, O3 is applied to the carious cavities for disinfection and elimination of bacteria. The tooth is then prepared, and the cavity is treated and filled.
- In cases where the infection is nearing the nerve, ozone is used to disinfect the damaged tissues and halt the spread of infection, facilitating endodontic treatment.
- For inflamed gums, ozone is used to disinfect and cleanse the gingival pockets of bacteria and plaque.
Ozone therapy enhances the overall hygiene of the oral cavity, effectively eliminating microbes and inflammation. It offers a natural approach to treating teeth and disinfecting gums.
Ozonated water is designed for rinsing the oral cavity. It is natural water with a high concentration of ozone (O3).
- Prepared in 20 minutes using a special device that generates ozone and infuses it into the water.
- The patient rinses their mouth with it, destroying all pathogens and improving the overall hygiene of the oral cavity.
- It is used before other dental procedures, or to irrigate deep gingival pockets after laser use to accelerate the healing process of gum and tooth tissues. It washes bacteria out of the gum pockets, eliminating bad breath.
Ozone gas is intended for localized application to specific areas in the oral cavity. It is more concentrated than ozonated water. The dentist applies it using a special applicator to the affected areas for disinfection. For instance, it is directed into the gingival pockets of each tooth through a syringe with a fine needle. It is also used for treating carious cavities and root canals.
Ozone teeth cleaning is used for disinfecting the oral cavity, strengthening tooth enamel, and improving the health of teeth and gums. It is applied for infection prevention, reducing the number of bacteria in the mouth. This minimally invasive, painless, and effective procedure enhances the condition of teeth and gums.
|Traditional Dental Treatment
|Ozone Therapy in Dentistry
|Use of antiseptics, antibiotics to kill bacteria
|Ozone has antiseptic properties. It destroys bacteria, viruses, fungi
|Injections and Invasiveness
|Necessary injections of anesthetics
|Conducted without injections, non-invasive, painless
|Use of fluoride, other chemical agents
|Strengthens enamel, prevents the development of caries
|Treatment of existing pathologies
|In prophylactic applications, prevents diseases of teeth/gums
Yes, ozone for dental use is safe.
- Dentistry employs relatively low concentrations of ozone, which minimizes the risk of potential side effects.
- Procedures involving ozone are performed by competent dentists who control the dosage and duration of exposure to the teeth and gums.
- The doctor takes into account the nature of the patient's disease, adapting the technique to the specific type of pathology.
- Ozone therapy is minimally invasive, does not require surgical intervention or anesthesia, which also reduces risks.
- The safety of ozone therapy is confirmed by clinical research conducted in the field of dentistry.