Laser therapy

In dentistry, laser therapy has been mainly used in non-invasive treatment of mucosa diseases, anaesthesia and bleeding containment. Laser radiation through its sterilising properties minimizes inflammation and oedema. It stimulates skin regeneration processes. The radiation effectively reduces trismus symptoms.

Indications:

  • dental pulp, sinus, dental alveolus inflammations,
  • gum, periodontium and oral mucosa diseases,
  • post-operative pain and swelling,
  • alveolus healing after tooth extraction,
  • trismus elimination,
  • pain in temporomandibular joints,
  • herpes, aphtae,
  • inflammation of salivary glands,
  • pain and swelling after mandibular fractures,
  • accelerated healing after traditional oral cavity surgery (e.g. after frenuloplasty, resection, guided bone regeneration, flap procedures, gingivectomy procedures, grafts and dental implants)