Regenerative Dentistry in West Hollywood
At the office of Dr. Borzoo Ahmadi in Beverly Hills, we are expanding the standards of dental care to bring the most innovative and effective treatments to our patients.
At our office in West Hollywood regenerative dentistry is a cutting-edge field that promotes better oral health through treatments that harness your body’s natural healing responses. Dr. Borzoo offers treatments with L-PRF, an advanced form of platelet-rich fibrin with incredible applications for periodontal health. He also performs laser treatments to promote more robust gum health while combatting the bacteria that cause periodontal disease. These approaches can be incorporated into other procedures to improve healing and support optimal outcomes. Read on to learn more about the benefits of regenerative dental treatments.
Regenerative dentistry focuses on restoring and rejuvenating oral tissues using advanced techniques and materials. This innovative approach goes beyond traditional dental procedures by harnessing the body's natural healing abilities to promote tissue regeneration and repair.
Regenerative dentistry encompasses a range of treatments to enhance the health and appearance of the teeth, gums, and surrounding structures. One treatment in regenerative dentistry is platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy. This involves applying a solution of a patient's own platelets to accelerate healing and tissue growth.
It can be used in dental procedures like dental implants and periodontal therapies. Laser technology is also used in regenerative dentistry. Lasers stimulate cellular activity and promote tissue regeneration, particularly in periodontal therapy.
Leukocyte-Platelet Rich Fibrin (LPRF) is an advanced form of traditional PRF that encourages the body's natural regenerative processes to aid in bone and soft tissue regeneration. It is a highly effective tool in our repertoire, merging advanced science with Dr. Borzoo’s clinical expertise.
LPRF treatment involves processing a patient's blood to create a concentrated matrix packed with platelets and white blood cells enriched with potent growth factors. This resulting serum is then administered during surgical procedures to provide a biocompatible scaffold that enhances the outcomes of treatments like dental implant placement, bone grafting, and gum tissue restoration.
Laser technology has revolutionized regenerative dentistry by offering precise interactions with oral tissues to promote healing and regeneration. Soft tissue regeneration benefits from low-level laser therapy (LLLT), accelerating recovery and reducing inflammation post-surgery. Laser-assisted periodontal therapy aids in gum disease treatment, removing infected tissue for improved healing and gum regeneration. In bone regeneration, lasers create controlled perforations for enhanced attachment and healing, especially in periodontal environments.
For restorative purposes, lasers facilitate cavity preparation with decay removal and stimulation of enamel-like hydroxyapatite formation. Pulp therapy benefits from lasers disinfecting root canals, fostering successful pulp tissue regeneration.
Dental implant procedures employ lasers to minimize inflammation and enhance tissue integration, promoting implant stability. Lasers also expedite healing and alleviate discomfort from oral ulcers and lesions. Overall, wound healing and pain management in dental surgeries are improved through increased blood flow, collagen production, and pain reduction via laser therapy.
Incorporating regenerative dentistry techniques into your treatment offers several key advantages:
In planning any procedure, Dr. Borzoo will educate you about the potential benefits of incorporating regenerative methods like LPRF or laser into your treatment. Our team will collaborate with you to design a treatment plan that restores your oral health and rejuvenates the cosmetic appearance of your smile. We are intent on providing holistic treatments that reflect the highest standards of care available and deliver results that make you feel healthy, strong, and confident in your smile.
LPRF and laser are both minimally invasive methods that can be incorporated into many procedures. Dr. Borzoo will outline the steps of your treatment so that you know what to expect regarding the details of the procedure, aftercare requirements, your recovery timeline, and the results you will be able to achieve. Treatments with LPRF will involve a blood draw for the creation of your individual LPRF formula. LPRF or laser treatments may be delivered in isolation to aid in the healing of certain conditions such as periodontal disease, but often they will be incorporated as part of a comprehensive treatment regimen, for example, to support the successful osseointegration of dental implants.
Following your treatment for regenerative dentistry West Hollywood smile experts will provide you with detailed information about any necessary aftercare following regenerative treatments such as LPRF or laser. In general, these treatments help you heal faster from other procedures and promote periodontal health by combatting the bacteria and inflammation associated with gum disease.
Regenerative dentistry capitalizes on your body’s healing mechanisms to boost the health of the soft and hard tissues in your mouth, encouraging holistic improvements in oral health. Treatments like LPRF and laser can improve healing and outcomes from the placement of dental implants, aid in the treatment of gum disease, and be used in myriad contexts where extra healing support is useful.
Yes, regenerative dentistry is generally considered safe. It involves minimally invasive procedures, often utilizing the body's natural healing processes. Techniques such as low-level laser therapy and growth factor application have been extensively researched and show favorable safety profiles. However, individual patient factors and proper technique execution by trained professionals play a crucial role in ensuring safety and optimal outcomes. Consultation with a qualified dentist is recommended to assess suitability and discuss potential risks and benefits based on your specific oral health needs.
Regenerative dentistry can treat a range of oral health issues, including gum disease, periodontal defects, bone loss, dental cavities, root canal infections, oral ulcers, and tissue injuries. It promotes tissue healing, bone regeneration, and overall oral health improvement through advanced techniques like low-level laser therapy, growth factors, and tissue engineering.
Time to see a dentist? Let us introduce you to a new level of care at the practice of Dr. Borzoo Ahmadi, DDS, in West Hollywood, CA. Patients from West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, and all over the world have unlocked more beautiful smiles and lasting oral health with our help. We can’t wait to show you your most confident smile.