Laser Dental Treatment
What is a laser tooth?
Laser is a uniform form of a light source with an energy load on a single wavelength. English ligth Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation is composed of the initials of the words. This form of energy, which has no cansoregenic effects like ionized radiation, has been used in the medical field since the 1960s, but the developments in laser technologies have carried the applications to quite different dimensions over the past decade. With the technological developments provided in the field of Dental lasers, new generation devices that have been introduced in the last two years are performing highly effective treatments. Dental lasers to accelerate improvement in gums, teeth and jaw bones, shaping the gums, gum disinfection after dental cleaning, tooth whitening, cleaning of bruises, disinfection of root canals in canal treatment, dental In a wide variety of operations, such as shooting, implantation of 20 years of burial, implant insertion, disinfecting the shooting slot to place the infected tooth-pulling implant, and making gum surgery and smile design without using scalpel and sewing We use. In these procedures, the superiority of lasers according to conventional treatment tools is to have a rapid recovery in the processed tissue, accelerate improvement when applied at low energy doses and eliminate signs of inflammation such as pain-edema, decay To be able to work without the need for a large amount of anesthesia (in this respect, especially in children who are afraid of needles), surgical gingival operations with the scalpel to cut and open the gums and afterwards without having to stitch Enabling the operation in closed mode, by neutralizing the bacteria in the areas in which it is applied, to increase success in the channel treatment of infected root canals, the infected teeth and roots rapidly after the shooting of the area To allow for seamless healing and to ensure immediate implantation even in the event of an infection, by creating minimal damage to the bone in 20-year-old female or surgical shoots, the post-operative pain-edema problems are quite We can summarize it as a mitiference.
What are the advantages of Laser teeth?
There are two types of mechanisms that create the advantage of the lasers. At low energy levels, lasers accelerate the recovery of cells by increasing energy synthesis. In higher energy levels, it eliminates rapidly evaporating cells, while in the meantime, they leave intact tissues and make healing fast, because they do not cause any damage to neighboring cells. For example, in a gums cut with a scalpel, damaged cells are placed along the incision line and the body must repair these cells first, while the laser incision is made and the cells that evaporated on the tissue leave a clear opening and both sides of it is included; This will accelerate healing. In summary, dental lasers are able to accelerate healing, work without anesthesia, and contribute to the treatments.