Dentistry and Lumix superpulsed laser therapy — pre- and post-op pain relief with patient satisfaction and no anxiety
Besides pain relief, the clinical application of Lumix laser therapy in dentistry works well for many reasons, but one reason may come as a surprise — improving the health of the oral microbiome.
Pain in the orofacial region, among other dental conditions, is typically a consequence of an unhealthy environment that facilitates oral dysbiosis and tissue disease. Lumix laser therapy provides pain relief, and in conjunction with dental procedures such as SRP and periodontal PDT, promotes a healthy environment for long-term patient benefits.
Lumix laser therapy is accomplished with easy-to-use devices to provide pain relief, reduce inflammation, and stimulate new tissue growth, speeding healing effects and increasing patient satisfaction.
With its ease of use and effectiveness, patients will be comfortable with the laser procedures. The laser emission is quiet and invisible, the treatment is virtually without side effects, and pain is often quickly reduced or eliminated.
Common Indications for Lumix superpulsed laser therapy:
- Gingival disease
- Dentine hypersensitivity
- Aphthous ulcers
- Post-op pain relief
- Trigeminal Neuralgia
- Soft tissue pain
- Bone loss