The reason why laser applications are widely used in the field is because it is possible to work with lasers without touching teeth and gums. This situation increases patient comfort in many dental interventions (cleaning decay, shaping the gum, etc.).
The surgical application required in treatment applications with laser technology is simplified and can be performed in a short time.
The laser beam is used in various stages of surgical operations. In surgical procedures with laser support, bone operations, bone removal procedures and various bone reshaping required for wisdom tooth extractions can be performed without damaging the surrounding tissues.
The patient can easily continue his daily life after surgical interventions, and does not experience problems such as difficulty in speaking and eating.
Dental treatment with laser provides important ease of use especially in the treatment of pediatric patients and patients of all age groups who fear a dentist.
Dental treatment with laser may be preferred in pregnant women and individuals with serious systemic diseases such as heart disease. Thus, patients feel more comfortable.
Laser treatment of soft mouth tissue lesions.
All soft tissue lesions that occur outside the normal range in the mouth are surgically treated without the use of local anesthesia and without the need for suturing.
Correction of laugh line for aesthetic purpose with laser application.
In order to provide gum aesthetics in dental prostheses or to provide gum aesthetics after orthodontic treatment and in patients whose gums are very visible when they smile, gingival length adjustments made with laser bring the aesthetics of patients closer to perfection.
Tissue recovery takes place in a short time after gum shaping with laser, saving time for the patient and the physician. In this way, other procedures in the treatment can be started without waiting for a long time.
Deep gum cleaning (curettage) with laser application.
After deep gum cleaning with laser, gum pockets heal quickly.
Treatment of gum stains with laser application (depigmentation process).
Hyperpigmentations caused by increased pigment in the gums are treated by peeling under anesthesia in classical methods. This problem can be solved by laser peeling in 3 - 4 sessions in laser treatments. The patient can continue his life after the procedure.View More
In tooth sensitivity that occurs due to gingival recession, dentin channels are closed with laser to eliminate sensitivity.
It is possible to get good results in a short time with laser in teeth whitening procedures. The whitening process, which lasts for three sessions in a clinical setting, can be bleached 5-6 tones in one session with laser application.
Treatment of canker sores is palliative. There is no other form of treatment. However, it has been observed that the healing time of aphthae and herpes accelerated with the laser and then there was no more aphthae and herpes in the same area.
Low level laser energy is used at the beginning of orthodontic treatment or during surgical operations and accelerates tissue healing.
In cases where the tongue, cheek and lip ligaments are too tight to prevent speech, the ligaments are cut by laser to attain their normal state.
Tooth decay in dental tissues can be cleaned with laser. In addition, since disinfection and sterilization are provided in the areas where laser is used, the risk of re-infection and caries in that area is reduced.
In cases where the teeth are to be filled, the area is prepared with a recess in order for the filling to adhere better with the laser application. For this reason, the filling that adheres well to the tooth is solid, it is used for a long time and then the sensitivity is reduced. With the same method, the tooth surface is abraded before porcelain laminates and crowns are bonded in aesthetic dentistry applications. Thus, the risk of crowns falling off is reduced.
With laser application, tooth root canals can be shaped and sterilized. The pain that may occur during filling and root canal treatment can be reduced with laser and the procedure is often completed without the need for local anesthesia. When performing root canal treatment, recovery is faster with good sterilization, especially in infected channels. In gingivitis and root canal treatments, the success rate of the treatment increases thanks to the sterilization created by the laser energy in the environment.View More