Why not treat infections with a naturally occurring substance that is truly broad-spectrum with no toxicity or side effects? That substance is oxygen and its energized form, ozone. There are two primary nutrients in life–oxygen and water. Without these two primary nutrients, there can be no life as we know it. With this in mind, we can take these two elements and use them to our advantage in maintaining your overall health and well-being with ozone therapy.
Integrating oxygen/ozone therapy into a dental practice is truly a paradigm shift. We now have the capability for effective, safe, nontoxic therapies that address the multifactorial infective states within the oral cavity.
What is ozone? Ozone is a chemical compound consisting of three atoms of oxygen. It is the elemental form of oxygen that occurs naturally as a result of ultraviolet energy or lightning, causing a temporary recombination of oxygen atoms into groups of three.
The properties of ozone are the foundation of what makes it work so well in dentistry. Dentistry is in a continual battle with infection, soft tissue, and/or hard tissue. These infections come from bacteria, fungi, viruses, and parasites. An infection can be of a single organism or a combination of all the above. In the developmental stages of oxygen/ozone therapy in dentistry, we philosophically took into consideration the “oral-systemic link.” Keep in mind the far-reaching implications associated with acute or long-standing chronic infections typically seen with periodontal disease and some teeth that have had root canals. The systemic effects of oral infections on the other areas of the body have been well documented in both medical and dental literature. Instead of treating the whole body with antibiotic, viral, fungal, or parasitic agents, why not treat the infection with a naturally occurring substance that is truly broad spectrum with no toxicity or side effects? That substance is oxygen and its energized form, ozone.
We are always looking for a more natural approach to our treatment procedures. The uses of oxygen/ozone therapy in dentistry sound too good to be true, but the results speak for themselves. We are happy to offer Ozone Therapy treatment to our patients.