Cavitation & Ozone Therapy
encourage bone regeneration with Cavitation & Ozone Therapy
Decreased blood flow and subsequent development of holes in the jaw can be caused by a number of factors. Physical trauma to the mouth caused by injury, aggressive dental procedures, teeth grinding or excessive drilling are some examples of physical trauma that can disrupt the bone tissue and initiate cavitation formation. Other factors include toxic trauma from chemical exposure, substance use and other toxins. Cavitations are also commonly found in the section of the jaw where wisdom teeth were extracted.
It is important to see a periodontist who can correctly diagnose and treat your cavitations and osteonecrosis. Using a panoramic 2D or 3D X-ray, your skilled Brentwood periodontist will take an X-ray of the upper and lower jaw, teeth and sinuses. Although holes do not always appear in the image making it difficult to identify early stages of osteonecrosis, this X-ray used in conjunction with your CBCT Scan will still provide a more accurate image to detect lesions.
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