The bactericidal action of the laser is particularly effective in the root canal, in the apical delta and in the dentine tubuli, speeding up the healing process of peri-apical lesions in comparison to traditional treatments.
Thanks to its bactericidal effect the laser can quickly and thoroughly decontaminate gingival pockets: this produces a significant reduction of bacteria and avoids a long and uncomfortable recovery. Through the natural analgesic and biostimulating effects of laser irradiation, patients usually have minimal post-operative discomfort.
With dental diode lasers it is possible to perform a bloodless surgical operation with a complete haemostasis and an effective decontamination of the tissue. These indisputable advantages associated with faster healing and less swelling brings to more predictable results.
Therapy is a field in which the effectiveness of the diode laser is particularly evident thanks to its anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects and benefits for the treatment of cancker sores, herpetic and aphthous ulcers, cheiliti angles, TMJ pain therapy, leucoplachia, lichen ruber planus.
Biostimulation, also known as LILT Low Intensity Laser Therapy, improves post operative healing and yields excellent antalgic effects. The effect of biostimulation is obtained using a defocalised beam with low energy density. Thus the light energy is absorbed by tissues, and stimulates the metabolic processes inducing tissue regeneration. Healing is improved and pain reduced thanks to the increase in local vascularization.
The laser is undoubtedly the fastest and most effective way to achieve naturally white teeth. The laser light is used to activate a special laser whitening gel which absorbs the energy from the light and penetrates tooth enamel to increase the lightening effect on the teeth. The presence of titanium oxide in the gel protects the enamel therefore minimizes pain and tooth sensitivity.