Plasma therapy for everyday medical practice

As a mobile, battery-driven device, plasma ONE can be used flexibly in everyday medical practice. With the various instrument probes, nearly all extra- or intra-oral skin and mucous membrane areas can be reached and effectively treated. plasma ONE is not only easy and safe to use, it also enables brief, pain-free treatment resulting in accelerated wound healing.

Therapeutic treatment spectrum:

Periodontics:

  • Gingivitis
  • Periodontal disease
  • Peri-implantitis
  • Prophylaxis

Prosthetics and restorative dentistry:

  • Preoperative
  • For haemostasis and accelerated wound healing of the gingiva


Conservative dentistry:

  • Cavities
  • Pulp disinfection
  • Root canal treatment for pulp and periapical disorders/granuloma
  • Abscess/incision
  • Fistula


Infections of the oral mucosa:

  • Aphthous stomatitis
  • Stomatitis
  • Mycoses


Surgery:

  • Implantation
  • Extraction
  • Apicoectomy and cystectomy

plasma ONE supports the healing process:
empirical treatment examples from clinical practice

Periodontics:

Gingivitis treatment

Improvement already after the second treatment session.

Continue to case study: Gingivitis


Periodontal disease treatment

Significant reduction of the inflammation on the third day.

Continue to case study: Periodontal disease


Peri-implantitis with gingival hyperplasia

Excellent and rapid wound healing already after the second treatment. The patient experienced no more discomfort.

Continue to case study: Peri-implantitis with gingival hyperplasia


Infections of the oral mucosa

Aphthous stomatitis treatment

The lesion is considerably reduced during the third plasma treatment session

Continue to case study: Aphthous stomatitis


Ulcer treatment

Clear signs of healing after only one treatment session

Continue to case study: Ulcer


Surgery

Extraction

Positive clinical outcome after plasma treatment

Continue to case study: Extraction


Apicoectomy

There was no swelling in the vicinity of the suture

Continue to case study: Apicoectomy

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