Dr. med. dent. Baronowski

Laser-activated disinfection

Modern infection management in the oral cavity through laser-activated disinfection – without antibiotics


Laser-activated disinfection is a method of fighting bacteria in gingival pockets, root canals, and caries. The principle stems from the treatment of tumours, which uses the rapid metabolic rate of the cells. The bacteria are selectively marked by a photo-sensitive liquid. Subsequent laser irradiation causes active oxygen to form on the cell wall of the bacteria, killing the germs. Healthy cells are not damaged.

  • with deep caries
  • with infected implants or parodontitis
  • with infected root canals
  • germ disinfection prior to immediate implants or in the treatment of an infected alveolus