An easy treatment method with laser technology used in dental applications
The laser treatments, also approved by the FDA in the United States, end dental fear with the ease they provide.
Until recently, laser energy used only in gum treatments and whitening has been combined with atomized water and started to be used in hard tissues (teeth, bones).
Laser treatments provide great convenience for patients with anesthesia allergy and dental phobia.
Advantages of laser
- Since the laser is worked without touching teeth and other tissues, heat effect and vibration do not occur. For this reason, the patient usually does not develop pain and dental treatment can be done without the need for anesthesia. No complaints such as bloating after anesthesia, eating, speech difficulty.
- There is no high-volume laser that disturbs our patients and comes out of the devices. For this reason our patients are treated more comfortably.
- In the case of surgical treatment with laser, the bleeding goes to a minimum level. Because it is treated with water and given less trauma than normal, complications such as swelling and bruise that may occur after the operation are prevented.
Laser Filling Pre-Oral Preparation-Caries Cleaning ::
With laser energy, tooth decay in all tissues of the tooth (enamel, dentin, cement) can be removed. In addition, due to the nature of laser energy, a sterile environment is created and subsequent bruises are prevented.
Laser Treatment with Duct Laser is used to shape and sterilize ducts.
When channel therapy is performed, the healing is rapid, especially since good sterilization is achieved in infected channels.
Laser Gingival Treatments
Gingivectomy-it was gingivoplasty:
Especially in aesthetic prosthesis studies, it is a fact that the adjustment of the gum size made with laser gives much better results in ensuring gum aesthetic after orthodontics. After cutting the gum without anesthesia with the laser, it can be passed on to other operations without having to wait for the bleeding to stop and tissue healing.
Gingival pockets heal more rapidly after deep gum cleaning with laser without anesthesia.
Hyperpigmentations due to pigment increase in the gums are treated by classical methods under anesthesia by peeling with bisturia. Laser treatment with pigmentation does not require anesthesia and the patient can continue to experience the experience without feeling any discomfort after the procedure.
Removal of Soft Tissue Lesions:
All lesions that occur outside of the mouth in the mouth are removed without anesthesia and without the need to suture.
If the tongue, cheek and lip ties are too attached to prevent speech, it is achieved by cutting off the normal state of the ties in a seamless, seamless manner.
Laser Aft-Cuff Treatments:
Aft and cold sores do not have any form of treatment other than ointment application and reduction of sensitivity. However, it was observed that during the normal course of 7 days after laser irradiation with the laser, the speed of healing accelerated and that it did not return to the same region again.
Laser Precision Therapy:
Depending on the gingival retraction, the tooth sensitivity can be treated only with fluoridation and special dentifrices until now, but the dentin channels causing the sensitivity with laser beam are closed and the sensitivity is eliminated.
Whitening with Laser
In the clinical setting, 3 sessions of bleaching are done with laser and one seansta is performed and effective results are obtained.
Surgical Treatment with Laser
Laser beam is used at various stages of surgical operations because it reduces bleeding and gives little damage to tissue. Complications such as swelling, bruising, pain after surgery after laser assisted surgery are less likely than expected. The lesion formed at the root tip of the apical rejec- tion is cut without the need for any tumescence. Bone operations, bone removal procedures for 20-year gravity and various bone shaping can be done without damaging surrounding tissues.
Laser energy given at low doses prevents the formation of audible pain at the onset of orthodontic treatment or during surgical operations and accelerates filling recovery.