Dental Laser Applications

Dental Laser Applications

What are the advantages of the laser applications?

Dental laser applications provide fast healing. In many cases, since anesthesia and needles are not used, the patient is in a comfortable and pleasant treatment environment. Thanks to the dental laser, the area to be treated is sterilized and there is no risk of infection after the procedure. Laser cleaning in root canal treatment prevents loss of healthy tissue, makes the treatment longer lasting. It also shortens the duration of sessions and increases the possibility of performing more than one operation without problems. Complex problems like mouth-tooth sensitivity can be treated instantly. And implant applications are easily completed.

Laser is also used for the sterilization of root canal to help healing of periapical cysts, treatment of gum infections, lengthening of tooth by cutting gums for cosmetic purposes, frenectomy, removal of black spots in gums, removal of epulises due to malignant prostheses, and removal of infected tissues in gum cleaning operations.

What are the benefits of low energy level lasers?

It increases the production of new cells, enhances blood circulation and new blood vessel formation in the irradiated region. It has a strong analgesic and anti-inflammatory effect, and enhances lymphatic circulation, dissolves edema, increases the effect of white blood cells that have an important place in body defense system. It also increases in the synthesis of immunoglobulin, stimulates bone marrow production, accelerated fracture healing, increases regeneration in damaged nerves, increases neurotransmission, kills viruses, increases cellular energy (ATP) synthesis, and membrane permeability.

Which treatments use low energy level lasers?

Treatment of wound healing after tooth extraction, treatment of Trigeminal Neuralgia, drowsiness in the mental region or post-implant mental region, treatment of hypersensitivity, Alveolitis treatment, facial palsy treatment, oral sores and intraoral ulcer treatment, pain in the jaw joint due to dentition or trauma, the treatment of mouth openness constraints, the healing phase after implant treatment, the acceleration of fusion, 
and the acceleration of healing after oral surgery.