Application area

  • Anug
  • Aphtha
  • Teething troubles
  • Extraction wound
  • Fistula
  • Milling channel
    (before incorporation of the implant)
  • Gingivitis
  • Herpes
  • Caries
  • Cavity
  • Coagulopathy
  • Crown stump
  • Mycosis
  • Neuralgia
  • Parodontitis
  • Peri-implantitis
  • Prophylaxis
  • Bloody oozing
  • Stomatitis
  • Hypersensitivity
  • Wounds (during and after operations)
  • Endodontic treatment
  • Tooth bleaching

Plasma therapy being on everyone's lips - Facts with teeth

The traditional and widespread concept of reparative dentistry is obsolete and not up to date. Many scientific studies over the last 20 years show this very clearly.

This concept includes 1-2 appointments at the dentist and the repair of recurrent damage until eventually tooth loss is inevitable. The focus of this kind of treatment is the "reparative dentistry" with dentist taking action after the injury already occured. The treatment method doesn't prevent diseases in order to avoid damage.

How does plasma work in the oral cavity?

The medical plasma, not to be confused with the ozone in our stratosphhere, is used directly at the focus of a disease and kills off the germs there. This is done largely painless and within seconds. The use of antibiotics may possibly be dispensed under medical supervision.

What are the side effects?

Ask your doctor about the plasma therapy with Ozonytron devices. The Ozonytron therapy is used successfully for years without side effects, allergies or other complications.

How fast does the plasma therapy work?

Usually, the patient feels after the first treatment session a subjective change of the symptoms.

How long do the achievements of the plasma therapy last?

Plasma is not a singular therapeutic. However, an improvement of the disease pattern can be achieved in a synergistic concept of coherent treatment methods and the success of the treatment can be stabilized over a long period of time. This also applies to the infectious disease parodontitis.

Who pays for the plasma therapy?

Although the supporting and preventive effect of plasma is documented more and more often, public insurance provider don't take over the medical costs. Private insurance provider, however, have a larger scope for discretion and may take over the medical costs for the plasma therapy.

Pro plasma - Versus parodontitis

Gum bleeding can be the first indication of an incipient parodontitis and a long ordeal to the loss of teeth. Nowadays, many people are already resistant to antibiotics or have allergies making the use of conventional treatment methods impossible or causing at least a dissatisfactory treatment outcome of, for example, parodontitis. With the supporting plasma therapy, even a serious infection caused by parodontitis can be treated effectively. The angry periodontium can heal easier and faster with a regular plasma therapy.

Pro plasma - Versus caries

So far, caries could only be treated by drilling the teeth and removing dental substance. More natural dental substance can be preserved with the plasma therapy, because less or no drilling probably without any anaesthetisation is needed. In an early stage of caries probably no dental filling is necessary due to the remineralisation of dental enamel stimulated by the plasma.

Plasma is ideal for caries prevention and treatment of milk teeth even in areas difficult to access. The curative and disinfecting effect flows through fissures, columns of dental filling and brackets and kills of the caries bacteria. It penetrates the diseased tooth in medical dosage and reachs the caries bacteria without drilling the teeth. The life expectancy of the dental substance can be significantly prolonged and the tooth remains vital.

The preventive concept of germ reduction in the oral cavity can help to avoid extensive dental treatment caused by caries.

Pro plasma - Versus peri-implanitis

Gum bleeding is a possible indication of an incipient peri-implantitis which leads like parodontitis to the painful loss of the implant. Even if a second implant comes into question, its usage is an extreme burden for the jaw bone and tears a hole in the patient's pocket. With the supporting plasma therapy diseases caused by peri-implantitis are treated effectively. Gingiva and damaged bone can heal with sustainable plasma prophylaxis and adequate dental care.

Pro plasma - Pro osseointegration

The implantology is a difficult field of dentistry. In addition to the experience of the implant surgeon the biological properties of the bone, the material and implant surface as well as the primary stability of the implant play an important role.

The primary stability depends on the healing process of the bone where the cells of the bone (osteoblast) ideally grow directly to the implant in order to achieve a firm adhesion between the bone and the implant surface.

The plasma therapy provides for absolute germfree cellular tissue around the implant and an operating field which is as germfree as possible. Furthermore, the bone tissue is saturated with oxygen. All this provides for a perfect osseointegration and thus makes the required primary stability of the implant possible. This applies to all types of enossal implants.

Experts confirm that a accompanying plasma therapy is optimal for the sustainable success of a fast, ideal healing (osseointegration) free of complication.