Ozone as a medical therapy is older than you may realize. It has been used in medicine since the 19th century for its many benefits. During World War I, ozone was applied to disinfect and heal gangrene and trench foot. In the next decade, 40 medical centers and doctors isolated 114 diseases as “responsive” to this natural healer in Ozone and Its Therapeutic Action.
Dentistry got a big boost in the 1930s when Swiss dentist, Dr. Edwin Fisch, introduced it as an adjunct to treat dental decay. Since then, ozone’s use in dental services has grown. The Center for Advanced Dental Disciplines (CADD) in Louisville, Kentucky, has had the privilege of building upon and advancing this history.
Dr. Griffin Cole and Dr. Robert Harris are pioneers and innovators in the dental ozone space. As such, they are naturally equipped to ready and train the next generation of dentists and dental professionals on ozone applications and techniques. These professional instructors help CADD students harness ozone’s antimicrobial, disinfecting, and immune-boosting power.
When enrolled in one of our training programs, you will be equipped with substantive technical and real-world knowledge that can be taken back to and integrated into your dental practice. In this manner, you can start to help existing patients and attract new ones right away.
Ozone provides a safe, painless, conservative, fast, and precise way to deliver the following dental services:
Ozone may be applied as a liquid (ozonated water), gas, or blended with jojoba, olive, and other oils as antimicrobial compounds. There is no time like the present to become skilled in those techniques that will allow you to treat your patients better.
Call or text our team to find out more about upcoming training opportunities. CADD can be reached at (512) 293 8782.