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Dentist in Burr Ridge explains what dental ozone therapy is, how it is used, and its benefits

Dental Ozone Therapy in Burr Ridge IL Area
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Have you heard about the increasing popularity of ozone use in dentistry? When you hear the word ozone, you probably immediately think about the ozone in our atmosphere. Dental ozone is quite different and offers many benefits to dentists around the world. Your Burr Ridge, IL biological dentist, would love to share some of these benefits with you when you come in and visit Dr. Janet Stopka and her team at Janet S. Stopka DDS, PC. Dr. Stopka utilizes ozone therapy during the root canal process. The use of dental ozone not only increases the success rate of root canals but is also incredibly successful at eliminating harmful bacteria in accessory canals.

What is Dental Ozone?

Essentially, dental ozone is a form of oxygen gas. The difference between dental ozone and regular oxygen is that dental ozone contains a third oxygen particle and can be referred to as O3. When used for dental purposes, this ozone is 100% harmless to the patient but is very effective at destroying harmful bacteria. Acting as an antibiotic, dental ozone can kill these bacteria that lead to dental problems such as gum disease and cavities.

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How Can Dental Ozone Help Me?

Dentists have begun utilizing dental ozone to help clean out and remove harmful mouth bacteria. Ozone can be used as a gas or as ozonated water. Dr. Stopka likes to utilize ozonated water to clean out the site of a root canal. The canal can be irrigated using water and then cleaned out further using gas before being sealed. This biologically safe method is being used more by dentists all over to significant effect.

Dental ozone can also:

  • Kill a dental infection in spots of the mouth that may be otherwise difficult to reach
  • Help support the regeneration of bone
  • Kill or inactivate viral matter in the mouth such as fungi or bacteria

If you are interested in learning more about dental ozone’s uses and benefits, contact Dr. Janet Stopka today in Burr Ridge, IL. To schedule an appointment, please call 630 756-5844.

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With over two decades of experience, Dr. Janet S. Stopka is a driven, passionate and renowned professional in the field of dentistry. Her ability to provide patient-centered care and insistence on healthy biological dentistry has created an environment of trust and comfort amongst herself and her patients.

Whilst being a patient-oriented expert, she is also a strong advocate of mercury safe dentistry and invests in the latest technological equipment to assist and reduce risk during complicated dental procedures.

She is also a progressive and keen member of the IAOMT (International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology).