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* Microscopic Root Canal Treatment
* Laser Root Canal Treatment
Exposure of laser beam in to the root canal kills deep seated microorganisms, drastically increases the sucess rate canal treatment
* RVG ( Radio Visinography) less radiation
Chair side multiple computerized ( x - ray film less images that can be seen on monitor instantly for accurate diagnosis and treatment.
* 5th Gen Apex Locater
State of art technology generation 5 APEX LOCATOR for measuring the length of canals accurately
What is a Biological Dentistry?
Biological Dentistry is concerned with the effects of all dental materials, techniques and procedures on the whole body.
Clinical awareness and science show us that what happens in the mouth is reflected in the body, and what happens in the body is reflected in the mouth. The complex, dynamic relationships of oral and systemic health within the context of the whole person are inseparable.
Now because of increasing health effects biological dentistry/conservative dentistry is practiced keeping the whole body in mind to be minimally invasive yet appropriately required treatment is done
A biological dentist operates according to the belief system that your oral health is fundamentally connected to your overall health and well-being. They understand that problems of the mouth can, and often do, affect other areas of the body. The main aim of biological dentist is to treat and restore the natural health of your mouth while working in harmony with your entire body.
A Biological Dentist Treats the Whole Person
For years, conventional dentistry focused solely on the health of your mouth. Dentists filled cavities, performed root canals and treated gum disease. Rarely, if ever, did they consider a patient’s overall physical health to uncover potential underlying causes for certain oral issues.
Biological dentists recognize that what goes in your mouth can affect your whole body. They are committed to using safe, durable, non-toxic bio-compatible dental materials, and strictly oppose the use of amalgam, or mercury fillings. This helps to lessen your toxic load and puts less stress on your immune system.
Mercury Safe – Not Just Mercury Free
You may have heard about the risks associated with using mercury, or amalgam, fillings in dentistry. Even conventional news outlets are reporting on the health dangers associated with mercury poisoning, which include psychological, neurological and immunological problems.
Safe Amalgam Removal
Dentists recognize that while it is certainly important to have mercury removed from your mouth, it is equally as important to use proper removal protocols that protect their patients from additional mercury exposure. If these protocols are not followed, mercury vapor can be released into the air during removal and then absorbed into the body by inhaling or ingesting the vapors.
Conservative, Non-Surgical, Minimally Invasive Dentistry
In sharp contrast to the “drill and fill” strategy many conventional dentists embrace, biological dentists are advocates for minimally invasive dentistry. Minimally invasive dentistry seeks to treat dental ailments, such as tooth decay, gum disease and even cosmetic issues, without the overuse of extensive drilling or unwanted procedures. The main aim is to preserve as much of the natural tooth structure and surrounding tissue as possible. They use safe, bio-compatible materials and offer various minimally invasive dental technologies to restore teeth to their optimal condition. Some of these minimally invasive dental technologies include
Ozone (triatomic oxygen or trioxygen) is the combination of three naturally occurring oxygen atoms
ozone has antimicrobial properties. It seems to be effective against both Gram (+) and Gram (−) bacteria, viruses, and fungi.
Ozone therapy is used to treat gum disease and oral infections using only water and oxygen. This ozone gas is a powerful antimicrobial agent, killing bacteria on contact and penetrating areas deep below the gum line where disinfectant or antibiotic cannot reach.
Dental treatment modalities of ozone therapy
Ozone use in dentistry can be possible via ozone gas, ozonated water, ozonized olive,. Ozone, a very unstable molecule in gas form, lasts a few minutes in the air, while the aquatic life lasts a few days.
They Use Low-Radiation Digital X-rays
While x-rays are a useful tool for early detection of dental problems, all dental x-rays are not created equal. Biological dentists offer digital dental x-rays, which expose you to 80-90% less radiation than conventional x-rays. Digital x-rays are not only safer with lower radiation exposure—they are also a superior technology to aid in both diagnosing and evaluation.
Most conventional dentists promote the use of both topical and ingested fluoride, favoring fluoridated water and toothpaste. Biological dentists, on the other hand, generally dispute the use of ingested fluoride, pointing to research indicating various risks: