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Laser treatment of pulpitis

Laser treatment of pulpitis

Pulpit is the inflammation of the pulp of the tooth, which is usually accompanied by pain. The inflammatory process may occur in the pulp because in the pulp cavity penetrates microorganisms and their toxins. Reasons of inflammation of the pulp are different, for example, injury or fracture of the tooth root.

The pulp of the tooth can not be inflamed until large areas of the dentinal tubules will be destroyed, thus opening the way for microorganisms and their decay products.

Pulpitis is a very common disease. Typically, people consult dentists because of toothache that is associated with pulpitis.

The main symptom is a pulpit spontaneous acute pain in a tooth that usually people feel it at night. The pain of pulpitis may be of paroxysmal nature. As a rule, it is acute and cutting.

It is should be mentioned that if pulpitis is not treated, it can quickly develop into periodontitis. Therefore, it is necessary at the first symptoms of pulpitis go to the dentist, who will provide you with laser treatment of pulpitis.

Laser treatment of pulpitis is an effective method that allows curing tooth painless, bloodless, and safe.

Treatment of teeth with an inflamed pulp is one of the major problems of modern dentistry. There are many ways of treatment of pulpitis Treatments Pulpitis asked a lot, but the best is that allow eliminating the inflammatory process and keeping the pulp.

The advantages of laser treatment of the pulpitis

Under the influence of laser radiation activates the metabolism, enzyme activity, the inflammatory process ends. Laser stimulates the regeneration of the pulp, increasing its resistance. Clinically it is manifested pain relief. The turning point of the treatment occurs within days. Tooth loses its super sensitivity and restores its function. The use of laser radiation enhances the ability to save the tooth pulp.

Laser radiation has strong anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects. It can be a reason of normalization of microcirculation, reducing permeability of blood vessels, decreasing tissue swelling, stimulation of metabolism in them.

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