Oxygen-ozone therapy in dentistry: current applications and future prospects

Published: 18 December 2018
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Starting from 2012, the dental research community began to assess the benefits of oxygen-ozone on human metabolism, for its immune-stimulant and anti-hypoxic action, the increase in protein biosynthesis and activation of angiogenesis. We report the case of a 69-year-old patient, for whom oxygenozone therapy was used as a treatment that could reduce the bone resorption of the alveolar ridges, considering the reduced state of hypoxia resulting therefrom, the improved neoangiogenesis and the positive effect on bone metabolism. The results exceeded our greatest expectations, given that the measurements even showed an increase in bone peaks.

Pulga, A. (2018). Oxygen-ozone therapy in dentistry: current applications and future prospects. Ozone Therapy, 3(3). https://doi.org/10.4081/ozone.2018.7968


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