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    Ozone therapy

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    Ozonotherapy in medicine has been used to successfully treat inflammation of tissues, as it is a very safe method to kill bacteria, fungi and viruses. With ozone therapy the use of antibiotics can be replaced by avoiding the side effects that they cause. In dentistry, it is used to treat cold sores and sores, accelerate the healing process of the wounds, eliminate the bacteria from the root of the teeth during endodontics, and accelerate healing of the tissues after periodontal treatment. At Puy Dental Center we are committed to technological innovation and incorporating Ozone Therapy in our treatments is a sign of it.
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    Frequent questions

    Why had not anyone told me about this technique before?

    It is a technique that has been used in clinics for a relatively short time.

    In 2005, the British Edward Lynch revolutionized the way ozone is used in dentistry. Until then, it had been used essentially to remineralize the teeth in both children and adults.

    Today, its application is much wider and is used in pediatric dentistry, endodontics, dental surgery, surgery, etc. as a complement to basic treatments

    What is ozone therapy?

    Ozone therapy in medicine has been used to successfully treat inflammation of tissues, as it is a very safe method to kill bacteria, fungi and viruses.

    Ozone therapy can replace the use of antibiotics avoiding the secondary risks they cause.

     

    Why ozone therapy?

    Ozone in dentistry is used for multiple functions such as:

    • Treating cold sores on the lips and mucosa.
    • Treating canker sores.
    • To accelerate the healing process of wounds.
    • To remove bacteria from the root of the teeth during root canal treatment (endodontics).
    • To accelerate the healing of tissues after periodontal.
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