• ISSN 1908-3238 (Online)

OZONE THERAPY AS AN ADJUNCT THERAPY IN DENTISTRY: A REVIEW

Authors: Dr. Hiroj Bagde, Dr. Sudhir Dole, Dr. Ashwini Dhopte
12-Aug-2022 6 Views DOWNLOAD

The oral cavity gives the impression of being an open ecosystem, with a dynamic equilibrium between the entry of microbes, colonization methods, and host defences designed to remove them: the oral mucosa, the gingiva, the gingival crevices, the gingival crevices, the gingival Bacteria need to attach themselves to either hard tooth surfaces or epithelial surfaces in order to prevent eradication. Oral caries, periodontal disease, and peri-implantitis are among of the most frequent oral diseases, and the production and growth of oral biofilms, as well as the inside selection of certain microbes, have all been found to be connected with these conditions. The eradication of the biofilm by mechanical means and the use of antibiotic disinfectants or other types of antibiotics as an adjuvant treatment have been the traditional approaches to periodontal care. Ozone, which has the chemical formula O3, is a triatomic molecule that is composed of three atoms of oxygen. The use of ozone in dentistry and medicine has been advised for the treatment of 260 various diseases and conditions. The ozone therapy has proven to be more helpful than the currently available conventional therapeutic modalities. These modalities typically involve a conservative and minimally intrusive approach to dental care. The demonstration of the molecular processes behind ozone's practical functions is of great help to the field of dentistry.

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