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  • 2021-04-23

What is Operculectomy and why is it performed

Operculectomy is the procedure of surgically removing the operculum or the flap of gum that partially covers over a tooth. This procedure treats pericoronitis, a condition characterized by pain and inflammation of the operculum. Pericoronitis typically occurs among young adults, especially those whose wisdom tooth is starting to erupt.

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videos
  • 2021-04-20

Frenectomy procedure using S1 Pioon laser in Padiatric patient

Today Dr. Sana Farista from India are going to demonstrate and talk about Frenectomy procedure in Pediatric patient. With S1 Pioon laser, this procedure will simply be done without pain and bleeding.

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videos
  • 2021-04-12

Tooth exposure in Pediatric patient using S1 Pioon laser

An impacted tooth simply means that it is "stuck" and cannot erupt into function, and it may result in disturbing complications. However, Using Pioon S1 laser, Surgical soft tissue exposure of impacted teeth can now be performed with little to no discomfort and excellent postoperative healing, and it hardly takes 2 minute.

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articals
  • 2021-04-09

7 Benefits of Using Laser Therapy for Periodontal Disease

For periodontists, lasers could be the newest and most accurate way of performing dental work.

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articals
  • 2021-03-31

The classical Periodontal treatment protocol

As periodontitis‚Äč usually occurs in the context of untreated periodontal disease, it is essential to carry out periodontal treatment of the whole mouth prior to oral implant placement or treatment of periodontitis.

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articals
  • 2021-03-25

Laser therapy for peri-implantitis

It is well known that the popularity of oral implants is increasing every year as people's living standards improve. The number of patients with peri-implantitis has increased rapidly in recent years due to the treatment conditions and the lack of awareness of patient protection at a later stage. If peri-implantitis is not treated promptly and effectively, it can lead to the loss of the implant.

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