LASER - The latest revolution in dentistry!
All lasers work by delivering energy in the form of light, but they can be classified into several types based on their different power levels and frequencies (wavelenghts). Laser treatments can be effectively applied in today's modern dentistry. Originally, dental laser was used to treat root canal and gum disease, but there are many other areas where it can be very useful.
During the treatment the dental laser is able to reach areas which would not be accessable with conventional dental tools. Sometimes it completely replaces the conventional treatment, and for other procedures it is used to complement the existing treatment, but in all cases, lasers can achieve much better results.
Our dental laser specialist:
One of our clinical directors - Dr Istvan Balogh - is among the very few dental professionals in Europe who utilize the advanced technology of dental lasers to perform leading-edge dentistry services for patients. He has been using diode laser for over 12 years. Furthermore, he also trains Hungarian and international dentists and regularly holds theoretical and practical lectures for his colleagues at prestigious dental conferences and meetings.
Our state-of-the-art laser technology allows us to provide an effective, comfortable and safe treatment option for the following problems:
- Gum disease
- Chronic bad breath
- Inflammation around dental implants
- Loose teeth
- Chronic bleeding gums
- Root canal treatment
- Oral hemangioma treatment
- Other oral surgery cases
Periodontal Laser Therapy
Gum disease - also called periodontal disease - is a very common infection.
Minor gum infections can be treated by ultrasonic and ozone cleaning, but more serious stages of gum disease usually need a deep scale and root planning. Many times this involves surgery that can be costly and traumatic. The good news is with lasers we can offer a more effective and non traumatic treatment for moderate to serious gum disease.
The benefits of periodontal laser therapy:
- It's a less invasive surgery without cutting and sutures
- It's painless and there is no swelling
- The treatment takes about 40-50 minutes all together
- Healing and recovery are very fast