Why use electrosurgery in dental practice?

Electrosurgery may be thought of as the sculpture of living tissue because it works without pressure, unlike scalpel, which makes it ideal for aesthetically significant interventions. Bleeding is controlled by electrosurgery, and adjustable concurrent hemostasis is inherent during electrosurgical intervention, which makes it very valuable when treating hemolytically compromised patients. Electrosurgery is also effective as an adjunct to other therapies due to its ability to induce heat in fluid. For example : in root canal sterilization, accelerating whitening agents in spot whitening, accelerating desensitizing agents, and in gingival curettage.