Nonsurgical full mouth disinfection available in Beverly Hills, CA

Many people avoid professional care for periodontal disease because they have experienced or heard about painful treatment. Dr. Sanda Moldovan offers a pain-free, nonsurgical alternative. Most dentists do not offer full mouth disinfection, but it is the standard of care for gum disease patients at Dental Health and Wellness Beverly Hills, in Beverly Hills, CA.

Steps to a clean mouth

  • Salivary testing – The mouth hosts hundreds of strains of bacteria. A simple, painless DNA test reveals which destructive varieties are present, allowing tailored care.
  • Ozone treatment – All mouth surfaces are treated with ozone in a gaseous form or as an ozonated water rinse, destroying harmful pathogens.
  • Laser periodontal therapy – Pockets around teeth are sanitized with a dental laser. This detoxifies the pocket, stimulates bone growth, and encourages gingival attachment (the seal of gums to teeth).
  • Nutritional support – Antioxidants accelerate healing.
  • Chewable probiotics – Setting the stage for healthy biofilm in the mouth.
  • Oral irrigator – This is the best way to keep teeth and gums clean at home. Each patient treated with full mouth disinfection goes home with a free oral irrigator.

Why this technique stands apart

  • Antibiotics only fight bacterial infection. Ozone and laser disinfection does not discriminate. Treatment attacks oral bacteria, viruses, parasites, and fungi.
  • Scaling and root planing is called deep cleaning because it removes bacterial plaque from root surfaces below the gum line. However, deep cleaning does not remove pathogens from other mouth surfaces – cheeks, tongue, palate, and tonsils. Full mouth disinfection does.
  • Flap surgery is painful and requires a lengthy recovery period. In addition, when the dentist cuts into infected tissue, pathogens are released into the blood stream. There is no risk of cross contamination with full mouth disinfection.

Full mouth disinfection has been used globally since the 1990s. Today, all you have to do is call (310) 692-7855 to schedule treatment in Beverly Hills, CA.

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