Utilizing, but not limited to the following procedures:
Radiographic (x-ray) examinations
The use of ozonated water, ozonated olive oil, ozonides and oxygen/ozone gas mixtures to disinfect the mouth, soft tissues, (gums, cheeks, tongue and associated structures) tooth structure, root canals, dental implants, extraction sites, and any infections in the oral cavity or associated structures as defined by the American Dental Association (ADA) deifinition of Dentistry.
Dentistry: "Dentistry is defined as the evaluation, diagnosis, prevention and/or Treatment (non-surgical, surgical or related procedures) of diseases, disorders, and/or conditions of the oral cavity, maxillofacial area and/or the adjacent Dentist, within the scope of his/her education, training and experience, in accordance with the ethics of the profession and applicable law." (As adopted by the 1997 ADA House of Delegates)
Dental Cleaning Procedures, including:
a) Scaling the teeth (removal of hard deposits) with hand instruments or ultrasonics.
b) Root Planing of the teeth. (removal of hard deposits from the root surfaces)
c) Polishing the Teeth,
d) Any laser assisted treatment.
Removal of tooth structure and previous restorations as required for restoring cracked, fractured or decayed tooth structure.
Removal of tooth structure and restorations or addition of composite to tooth structure to achieve occlusal balance. (bite adjustments)
Obtaining impressions (direct or optical) of the oral tissues for removable appliances such as: orthodontic retainers, night guards, TMJ appliances, dentures, removable partial dentures of for any other type of appliance required for my treatment. Obtaining impressions (direct or optical) of the oral tissues for permanent restorations such as: laboratory processed or in office processed crowns, bridges, veneers, etc.