Ozone to Improve Oral and Systemic Health

Ozone to Improve Oral and Systemic Health

July 29, 2021

Ozone’s basic properties allow for a dynamic range of uses in many different industries. Now, we are using it in dentistry to improve oral and systemic health. It can destroy bacteria and viruses to create safe drinking water, eradicate mold in a house, prevent a gangrenous leg from being amputated, or be injected to treat herniated discs, psoriasis and may skin/autoimmune issues.

Ozone water for medical purposes is commonly used for the following: Dental issues, infections, cavitations caused by previous extractions, receding gums, sores, healing surgery wounds, tooth aches/pains and in some cases to prevent root canals etc.

Ozone gas has a high oxidation potential and is 1.5 times greater than chloride when used as an antimicrobial agent against bacteria, viruses, fungi and protozoa. It also has the capacity to stimulate blood circulation and the immune response. Such features justify the current interest in its application in medicine and dentistry and have been indicated for the treatment of 260 different pathologies. It can be used for the treatment of alveolitis as a replacement for antibiotic therapy, as a mouthwash for reducing the oral microflora, as well as the adherence of microorganisms to tooth surfaces. Ozone has been shown to stimulate remineralization of recent caries-affected teeth after a period of about six to eight weeks.

OZONE is used in preventing root caries. Root caries is prevalent in patients that have dry mouth, and other autoimmubne conditions such as Sjogrens, diabetes mellitus 2 Ozone mouth wash and oil is highly affected after extractions, gum therapies and implant/extraction surgeries.

Skin Issues: Lavaging of ulcers, infections, sores, non-healing wounds, surgical wounds, etc.

Drinking Ozone Water: Cleaning surfaces, Claimed benefits on infections, digestive issues, gut healing, etc.

Ozone Insufflation is known to have improved white blood cell count in improving body’s ability to fight various viral including corona and bacterial infections.

Dr. Sonya Reddy received her education at the prestigious NYU College Of Dentistry, where she also received special training in Cosmetic Dentistry. Dr. Reddy is a member of the American Cosmetic Dentists, the Academy of General Dentistry, the American Dental Association, and a SMART certified and accredited member of the International Academy of Oral Medicine & Toxicology.