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Ozone Therapy

What is the first thing you think of when you hear Ozone? Perhaps the first thing that comes to mind is the gas in the atmosphere that protects all human beings from the sun’s UV radiation. But we’re not just talking about the atmosphere, we’re talking about a holistic dental therapy that can help improve your oral health.

What is Ozone Therapy?

Ozone therapy is the charged form of oxygen that can be used to disinfect your teeth and your gums. This kind of therapy is a very effective way to treat dental decay, gum disease (also known as periodontal disease, infection, and dental sensitivity. This ozone treatment can treat abscesses caused by periodontal disease as well cavities.

What Can Ozone Therapy Prevent and Treat?

If you are dealing with gum disease, abscesses, and excessive dental decay then ozone therapy can help. The transient oxidative burst that this therapy provides can also do away will all sorts of infective microorganisms such as viruses, bacteria, protozoa, and fungi. Killing off these microorganisms can keep you from gum disease.

Non-Invasive and Natural Treatment

If you’re looking for a more holistic, natural or noninvasive treatment for your oral problems then ozone therapy might be the best solution for you. Many people who fear going to the dentist are nervous about the discomfort that can come from poking, prodding, or scrapping that can sometimes be necessary in the treatment of dental problems. If getting oral health care problems taken care of causes you to break out in a nervous sweat, then please consider this non-invasive form of treatment.

If you would like to learn more about Ozone therapy and how it can help improve your oral health situation, then give our office a call today! We’d love to answer your questions and help schedule you an appointment.

Hi! Our mandated closure has been lifted.

On Monday, May 11, 2020 we will be returning to work and preparing the clinic. We will be available to answer phone calls between 12pm-2pm all week. If you cannot reach us, please leave us a message or an email (directly to Dr. Bilbeisi is best at: DrBilbeisi@CedarRidgeDentistry.com) and we will get back to you ASAP. During this week, we will still be available for emergency treatment, but all other treatments will have to wait until May 18, 2020.