OzoneOils.com is a premier ozone dental therapy leader




OzoneOils.com is a premier ozone dental therapy leader specializing in ozonated oils, allowing you to fully utilize ozone therapy with your patients. OzoneOils.com sells ozonated oils both to dental offices offering ozone dental therapy and directly to the general public.

Contact us for more information on how to sign up for your office’s introduction to ozone dental therapy or questions about our OzoneOils.com ozonated oils today

What is Ozone?
Ozone is the most powerful naturally occurring oxidizing agent — the same element that cleanses the earth’s atmosphere. Ozone occurs when three oxygen atoms are bound together and charged by electricity — it’s oxygen empowered. A colorless gas at room temperature, ozone has the scent of fresh rain after a lightening storm. It is nature’s most effective tool for purification — all without synthetic chemicals or detergents.

As a powerful oxidant and purifying agent in food, beverage and water applications, ozone is one of the best ways to disinfect and decontaminate with no toxic byproducts. As an unstable molecule, ozone is eager to destroy germs, viruses, and microbes that cause illness. When impurities have been eradicated, ozone naturally reverts to oxygen. Ozone is a simple, powerful, and natural purifier.

What are Ozonated Oils?
The natural healing ability of ozone can be captured within vegetable oils. Ozone gas can be bubbled through the oils for several days and it’s healing properties can be saved for years. All our oils are certified organic. Pure medical grade oxygen is used to generate ozone gas to bubble through the oils. Worldwide research has mostly focused on olive, sunflower, flax (linseed) and safflower oils in medical settings. We offer these ozonated oils as staples along with several other proven oils. These oils can be used in a variety of different ways.

About the Author
Shirley Gutkowski, host of Cross Link Radio, is a practicing orofacial myofunctional therapist illuminating the links between oral and systemic health.

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