If you consider dental implants as a restorative treatment to replace your missing teeth, some procedures might be done depending on your case to achieve the best result after placing implants.
For example, if you have resorbed bone in either the upper or lower jaw, bone grafting may be necessary to improve your bone density, thus increasing the success rate of implants.
What is Bone Grafting
When you lose your teeth, irreversible bone resorption occurs, which leaves insufficient bone to support dental implants.
Bone graft surgeries are usually done for patients who have resorbed bone or decreased bone quality or density in the upper, lower, or both jaws, helping them get better bone quality that fits implants.
Local vascular and lymphatic regeneration:
- Improved microcirculation
- Systematic activation of mediators (immune and hormonal action)
- Action on blood components
Ozone has been used successfully for the treatment of various diseases for more than a decade. Its unique properties include immunostimulant, analgesic, antihypnotic, detoxicating, antimicrobial, bioenergetic and biosynthetic actions.
Ozone dental therapy is a holistic treatment that significantly reduces the presence of oral bacteria. This is a minimally invasive alternative that wards off the advance of developing tooth decay. With ozone dental therapy, the damaging bacteria that break down tooth enamel, leading to decay, are eradicated by altering the oral environment.
Ozone dental therapy works to disinfect and prevent common dental issues with the administration of ozone gas. The negative charge of the ozone is naturally attracted to areas of inflammation and infection.
When a cavity is exposed to ozone gas, which not only kills the bacteria surrounding the tooth, but alters the environment so the bacteria is unable to flourish. The bacteria that live in your mouth thrive on acidity.
Ozone neutralizes oral acidity, altering pH levels, so damaging oral bacteria is eradicated, leading to a healthier mouth and teeth.
Ozone dental therapy is an effective, natural way to reduce infection and inflammation, and is an outstanding preventative treatment to help a patient avoid the need to undergo a root canal treatment.
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