Seize the Myriad Benefits of Nature’s Powerful Healer at the Dentist’s Office: Ozone!
Dr. Tyler Wynne has established himself as a thought leader in advanced aesthetic, holistic, and biocompatible techniques. It is one thing to be well-regarded as a clinician in these areas; however, to be distinguished as an authority among one’s peers in these disciplines requires an even higher level of proficiency and skill. Knowing this, patients of Carolinas BioHealth Dentistry in Clemmons, North Carolina, can rest assured that the health, safety, and appearance of their smiles are in excellent and skillful hands.
Ozone therapy presents a biocompatible (“tissue-friendly”) way to perform many standard and essential dental procedures. Due to the nature of ozone, this adjunct or treatment “helper” is also:
- Minimizes risks of complications
- Encourages natural, speedy healing
- Conservative (preserves tissues)
Many of the above benefits flow from dental ozone’s “light touch” non-invasive nature. Dr. Wynne can apply ozone in a highly targeted fashion to treatment sites–either as a gas, water, or oil. Since the process is so well tolerated, a numbing anesthetic may not be necessary. Needles to administer anesthetic are also a common trigger of dental fear or anxiety. So, ozone therapy is even appropriate for patients with “dentophobia.”
Other benefits stem from ozone’s unique properties. As a highly reactive and energetic form of oxygen, ozone has been used for well over a century in various medical applications. It is lauded for its antimicrobial, analgesic, and healing properties. We at Carolinas BioHealth Dentistry can safely and expertly administer ozone to provide various preventative, general, and restorative services. These applications include:
- Routine care – To sterilize treatment sites by painlessly removing bacteria and other sources of inflammation, infection, and disease
- Deeper cleaning – To disinfect areas of the mouth with existing damage caused by harmful bacteria, sugars and starches in lingering food particles, and stubborn plaque build-up
- Periodontal therapy – To encourage reattachment of the gums to the teeth among those with existing gum disease; as the disease progresses, the pockets or spaces between the gums and teeth grow more extensive and can eventually erode supportive tissues and bone
- Halt decay – To prevent the spread of existing infections; also, it may be used to prepare the teeth for restorative care and therapies to preserve the tooth by removing damaged tissues and resolving underlying damage
- Enhanced comfort – To ease the pain of tooth sensitivity; to relieve discomfort and stimulate healing among patients with cold sores, ulcers, and other lesions
We look forward to introducing you to our stress-less, fear-free, and precise approach to dentistry. Call (336) 793-0577 to speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable team members and schedule an appointment at our office in Clemmons, North Carolina.