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What is laser dental implantation?

Our teeth are a real barometer of health! The loss of one or more teeth is one of the causes of various diseases. Therefore, it is important to restore the aesthetics and functionality of the dental system in a timely manner. Laser implantation is primarily a care for the patient, because the procedure does not require using a surgical scalpel or making incisions on the gums, and the postoperative period is faster and easier.

What does laser dental implantation mean?

Faced with the need to restore a tooth for the first time, everyone has a lot of questions that only the dentist will answer. Laser dental implantation – what is it? Don’t be afraid of everything new! The scalpel is replaced by a laser, which is used to implant the implant into the bone. Laser beam surgery is not a separate type of implantation, but it has its own advantages in comparison with the traditional method. Dental practice has shown that the duration of the surgical stage is reduced by about 30-40%, soft tissues are not injured, and the recovery period is much easier to transfer. The beam does not have a negative effect on the body, it does not have separate contraindications.

Laser implantation: stages of the procedure

How is the restoration of the dental system using a laser?

  • Preparation for surgery. The patient passes a set of necessary tests, takes a panoramic picture of the jaw or a CT scan for a more accurate diagnosis.
  • Surgery involves using a laser instead of a scalpel. A small area above the implant site is dissected by a beam that cauterizes the mucosa, thus ensuring the evaporation of moisture and no bleeding. The laser also helps to prepare the bed for the structure. The use of laser in dental practice has antibacterial properties, reduces injuries and reduces the risk of complications in the postoperative period to zero.
  • The implant is inserted into the bone, and then the dentist places a suture on the site of resection.
  • The period of complete implant implantation lasts from three to six months, depending on the properties and individual characteristics of the body.
  • After complete fusion of the bone and the artificial root, a second laser dissection is performed, followed by the installation of the abutment and crown.

“Laser dental implantation” video shows in detail each stage of the operation for implanting a titanium root. After viewing this “instruction”, it will be easier for you to decide which method of surgical intervention to give preference to.

Laser dental implantation: advantages of the innovative method

  • Minimal risk of infection and no bleeding gums due to “cauterization” of soft tissues.
  • Comfortable and painless procedure.
  • No negative effects on the body.
  • The duration of the procedure is reduced by 30-40% when compared with the traditional one.
  • Minimal injury to soft tissues due to the point impact of the beam.
  • Easy and fast postoperative period.
  • High aesthetics of the final result and the absence of scars.

Only the attending physician can recommend the most appropriate way to restore the dentition, having compiled and studied in detail the clinical picture for each individual case.

Laser implantation is a modern approach to restoring the aesthetics and functionality of the dentition.