During periimplantitis therapy, a mouthpiece is used to disinfect the implant without harming the surrounding tissue. In an further step, one can choose to deposit in-situ carbon-based, functionalized compounds on the implant surface to control the reinfection of the implant surfaces.
In the narrow space between the inflamed gingiva and the infected tooth root, the Transient Spark Disinfection is applied using a flexible foil nozzle which the operator shifts between the gum and the tooth without having to proceed surgically.
AmbiJet generates short-lived reactive species that reach down to the apical region of the root canal and into recessions because, unlike liquid, they display no surface tension. The Transient Spark Disinfection has a highly efficient, non-specific deactivating effect on bacteria as well as on virulent components, antigenic bacterial residues and cell residues.Watch Video