SOURCE: Center for Innovative Dentistry and Facial Aesthetics

Center for Innovative Dentistry and Facial Aesthetics

October 16, 2014 07:01 ET

Annapolis Cosmetic Dentist Introduces Oxygen Ozone Therapy to Enhance Dental Treatments

Dr. Yasaman Roland Now Uses Oxygen Ozone Therapy to Improve the Treatment of Oral Infections, Gum Disease, Cavities, Tooth Decay and More

ANNAPOLIS, MD--(Marketwired - Oct 16, 2014) - At the Center for Innovative Dentistry and Facial Aesthetics, Annapolis cosmetic dentist Yasaman Roland, DDS centers her practice around a holistic approach to dental care. Whether she is performing teeth whitening treatments or dental implant procedures, her focus is on helping each patient achieve a beautiful smile while also improving the overall health of their mouth and body.

Recently, Dr. Roland implemented a new state-of-the-art technique known as oxygen ozone therapy into her practice. Utilizing an all-natural oxidant called ozone (O3), she says this revolutionary treatment is intended to sterilize areas of the mouth and/or water-based dental instruments by eliminating disease-causing bacteria and other harmful microorganisms without the use of chemical solutions. This, she adds, can eliminate the possibility of toxic side effects sometimes associated with disinfecting chemicals that have been traditionally used in the field of dentistry.

As highlighted in How is Oxygen Ozone Therapy Used in Dentistry? -- a recent blog post on Dr. Roland's website -- some common uses for oxygen ozone therapy can may include treatment of the following oral issues:

In regard to why she chose to implement oxygen ozone therapy into her practice, Dr. Roland says: "Oxygen ozone therapy can enhance virtually all outcomes of dentistry. For example, while treating gum disease, we can make an oxygen ozonated solution and apply it directly to the gum pockets and diseased area to eliminate infection -- all of which can be done without usage of any pharmaceutical drugs and their potential toxic side effects.

"Another way oxygen ozone therapy can be applied is for the treatment of cavities, which are essentially tooth infections no matter how large or small they may be. The larger they are, however, the more potential they have to extend into the root system of the tooth and cause abscesses brought on by infection. With oxygen ozone, we can actually limit the decay upon exposure to the ozonated solution. If there is a moderate amount of cavity in the tooth, or even a cavity that is close to the nerve, we can apply oxygen ozone and potentially stop its progression. So not only have we suppressed the decay process, we have also created a much cleaner environment in which to work as we rebuild the tooth."

Ultimately, Dr. Roland says by employing oxygen ozone therapy alone or in combination with another procedure, the innovative new technique can have a significantly positive impact on oral health, as well as the rest of the body.

About Yasaman Roland, DDS

Dr. Roland earned her dental degree from the University of Maryland Dental School and completed her postgraduate training at the world renowned Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies. She offers an extensive range of cosmetic dentistry treatments and procedures at her Annapolis practice, and she has been named a "Top Dentist in America" by the Consumers Research Council of America. As a proponent of continued education, Dr. Roland maintains active membership in the Holistic Dental Association, the American Dental Association, and several other prestigious organizations. She is available for interview upon request.

For more information about Dr. Roland or oxgyen ozone therapy, visit drrolanddental.com and facebook.com/DrRolandDental.

To view the original source of this press release, click here: http://www.drrolanddental.com/news-events/annapolis-cosmetic-dentist-introduces-oxygen-ozone-therapy-to-enhance-dental-treatments

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