Ozone is one of the most useful and safe tools in the hands of a dentist. Ozone gas is made of three oxygen atoms (O3).
For the purposes of dentistry, it can be used as a gas or infused into water and oil. Dentists require a pure, medical grade of ozone gas.
Commonly, dentists use ozone for eliminating cavities, infections, sores, and decay. Even extremely deep decay can predictably be halted. However, the hole in the tooth cannot be fully repaired by ozone.1 It's also used in cosmetic dentistry and preventative care.
Applying ozone is done by washing deep pockets with ozonated water. Then, ozone gas is sprayed into infected crevices. Afterwards, they may apply an ozonated gel or toothpaste for long term disinfection and healing.
Patients may also be given their own supply of gel and toothpaste for improved results.7
Gas may be injected into gums or sprayed in and around the tooth. A suction is used at the back of the throat to prevent breathing of ozone.
Water is created by infusing ozone gas into water. The ozonated water is then used to wash and irrigate wounds.
Oil is a stabilized form of ozone because it creates ozonides. Ozone oil is a strong antiseptic that can be rubbed into the affected area, providing a sustained effect.
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