share visit
31Oct2013

Oxygen/Ozone in Dentistry

DRS. ROGER AND PAMELA SCHMIDT have attended and participated in seminars to provide ozone therapy for our patients. What does this mean? It means we now have an ultra conservative, holistic means of treating disease and infection.

How Can Ozone Help In Dentistry?

When ozone is introduced into the infected area it creates what is called a “transient oxidative burst”. The microorganisms of the infection have no natural defense against this reaction, and, as a result, are overstressed and die. Thus, oxygen/ozone disinfects the area treated, both safely and effectively without drugs or prescriptions. It is impossible to be allergic to oxygen/ozone and is thereby safe to use.

Ozone is nothing more than energized oxygen and when used in treatment the by-products are oxygen and water.

We’re Excited About This New Approach!

We are currently using ozone to disinfect our water lines, in preparing teeth for restorations, and in our hygiene department when treating periodontal disease. We also treat ear infections and sinus problems with a specialized form of ozone delivery called insufflation.

We are very excited about this new approach to treating disease and infection and we welcome your questions. For more information on ozone in dentistry you can visit the International Academy of Oral Medicine & Toxicology.

Discussion

No responses to "Oxygen/Ozone in Dentistry"

There are no comments yet, add one below.

Leave a Comment