If it needs to come out…
Biological dentistry focuses on the use of the safest, most biocompatible materials and techniques for optimal clinical outcomes and the long-term well-being of the patient.
When removing a tooth, it is important to remove it atraumatically and fully remove the periodontal ligament. If the periodontal ligament is not removed, residual epithelial cells left behind can flourish and breed toxins into the bone while it’s healing. If residual epithelial cells are left behind in the bone, this can cause a cavitation lesion.
We pride ourselves in the removal of teeth holistically. Our extraction process includes: ozone gas insufflation, laser disinfection, extraction and full removal of the periodontal ligament. Also included is PRP (platelet-rich plasma) and membrane made from the patient’s own blood.