Your overall well-being matters just as much as your dental health. That’s why we approach dental care with a whole-body approach. Ozone therapy kills bacteria, reduces inflammation, promotes healing, and improves teeth sensitivity so you can get back to a healthier, happier you.
If you are seeking a holistic approach to dental treatment, you’ve come to the right place. We’re right by your side with natural, alternative methods for treating issues like cavities, periodontal disease, and tooth sensitivity. Ozone therapy is an alternative medicine that may have therapeutic effects, including boosting your immune system, increasing circulation, and fighting infection.
Dentists often are the first doctors to notice signs of health problems like diabetes, gastric reflux, and oral cancer, among others.
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If you’re looking for a way to transform your smile and your life, we offer complimentary consultations to help you decide what kind of treatments or lifestyle changes can benefit you.
While the ADA has deemed mercury/amalgam fillings as safe for most patients, mercury is still the most neurotoxic, non-radioactive element on our planet. That’s why we’re SMART (Safe Mercury Amalgam Removal Technique) certified, so we can remove any mercury-based fillings while maximizing your safety during the process.
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Ozone is a reactive form of oxygen that kills bacteria and other microorganisms, which can prevent and treat infections. By killing bacteria in those hard-to-reach spots in your mouth, Ozone therapy can boost your oral health and promote healing.
Ozone therapy is said to have anti-inflammatory properties that can reduce swelling and pain. Whether you have gum disease or your teeth are inflamed after a dental procedure, we can mitigate this reaction.
Enjoy hot and cold beverages, brush, and floss without discomfort, ozone therapy can reduce tooth sensitivity. Dental issues expose and weaken your natural tooth root, causing pain and discomfort. Ozone therapy promotes growth in those exposed parts to strengthen your natural tooth, resulting in less tooth sensitivity for a healthier smile.
First, we’ll perform a comprehensive exam that includes x-rays and discuss your health and nutrition. Then, we’ll perform a thorough cleaning to polish away plaque and tartar from your mouth. Before administrating ozone, we’ll isolate the area to prevent it from escaping to other areas in the mouth.
Your Bellflower dentist will apply ozone gas or ozone water to the area. This will clear away any harmful bacteria to reduce infection, inflammation, and tooth sensitivity. Depending on your treatment, this process typically lasts between 5 to 20 minutes.
Once your appointment is over, we’ll provide post-treatment care instructions. This will ensure proper healing and what to expect. If needed, you’ll come back to our office for any required treatment.
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Like many dental procedures, they are generally considered safe when performed by a trained, experienced professional. We recommend bringing any questions or concerns to your dentist and we’ll happily answer them. Before your treatment, we will go over any potential risks and side effects.
We recommend checking with your provider to see if Ozone Therapy is covered under your plan. Since Ozone Therapy is not widely accepted or recognized by mainstream medical communities, it may not be covered by insurance. However, we offer flexible financing and affordable options to fit your budget and lifestyle.
No! Ozone Therapy is a minimally invasive, quick procedure. However, patients may experience side effects such as headaches or dizziness after treatment. These are mild and temporary and we can recommend over-the-counter medication to help mitigate these symptoms.