- the really useful gas


Welcome to The-O-Zone. First published in 1997, The-O-Zone brought together some of the most important Research Papers and Articles on the use of Ozone in Dentistry. Since then, this collection has been extended into every facet of Health-Care, from Medical to Dental, Veterinary to Farming, Viticulture to At-Home usage of Ozone.

Medine is the arena where ozone has made the largest contribution to health care since the 1800's. dental research had got as far as recognising that caries was an infection, but then dentists proceeded to amputate the infected portion of tooth rather than treat it pharmaceutically. This culture of ‘drilln’fill’ entered the patient into a cyclical treatment pattern of further, increasingly expensive restorative care that would fail at some point in the future.

Yet our general medical colleagues stopped cutting off infected appendages over 100 years ago, by managing the infection with ozone and later, by 'modern' antibiotics. Now ozone is enjoying a renaissance as 'modern' antibiotics fail to address increasing restance by microbes, such as MRSA, TB and other resistant bacteria, fungii and viruses. Ozone is starting to come to the fore again; to date not a single microbe has evolved the ability to withstand exposure to ozone gas!

Welcome & Introduction!

Medical Research

Medical Research Papers;

Medical Research

Clinical Research References; Arranged by Topic

Clinical Research Abstracts; Part 1.

Clinical Research Abstracts; Part 2.

Clinical Research Papers