We at the Center for Advanced Dental Disciplines in Louisville, Kentucky, appreciate that one of the first steps toward understanding dental ozone is understanding fundamental delivery systems and applications. Fortunately, our training organization is headed by the preeminent authorities and scholars on the subject of ozone therapy in dentistry: Drs. Griffin Cole and Robert Harris. Together, these CADD leaders and lecturers have over four decades of clinical and educational expertise. They have facilitated breakthroughs and advanced research on ozone as an antimicrobial and healing powerhouse in the dental field. We can think of no better authorities to learn from directly than Drs. Cole and Harris.
Furthermore, just like ozone therapies are versatile, so are our educational offerings. Depending on one’s needs and other considerations for training, dental professionals and their teams can benefit from our in-house courses or coursework at offsite locations. These locations can even include our team coming to your team; we can arrange training at your practice for the ultimate convenience. Courses are designed to suit various needs and range from “basic” to “advanced” content. A good “starting point” is to learn the equipment necessary to support dental ozone applications and ozone-assisted dental services and procedures. This knowledge can aid your practice in making smart investments in appropriate tools and technologies.
Additionally, our students learn how to use such equipment and the proper preparation and operation of equipment to deliver therapeutic, natural, and healing ozone. Generally, ozone may be applied in a variety of ways, including as:
For instance, these ozone methods may be applied topically to the teeth and gums. They can be administered to the jawbone and other tissues. Due to ozone’s exceptional properties, well-trained professionals can use its many forms in preventive, general, restorative, and cosmetic treatments alike. You will receive hands-on training and exposure to preparing and administering ozone and associated equipment. This knowledge can then be integrated quickly into your office. Patients of all ages and needs appreciate the comfort, efficiency, precision, and low-risk nature of the ozone-assisted treatment, be it for eradicating bacteria responsible for gum disease or sterilizing the mouth during routine, restorative appointments.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to enhance your already stellar service and patient experience and attract new, long-term patients to your practice! Call or text CADD at (512) 293 8782 to find out about upcoming training at our facility in Louisville, Kentucky, or your own office!