Endodontic treatment is performed when the tooth pulp gets inflamed or infected, due to deep caries or tooth fracture, dislocation or cracks. Delaying treatment can cause dental abscess, increased costs or unbearable pain.
Dental care now have a success rate of over 90%, thanks to advanced techniques and equipment used, the use of electron microscope and laser sterilization of endodontic channels and biostimulation therapy.
The new endodontic treatment technology
The new endodontic treatment technology uses advanced equipments, which involves cleaning, measuring and preparing accurate root canals to be sterilized using laser and then obstructed by three-dimensional vertical compaction, hot. The laser is used at the end of endodontic treatment in case of infected root canals for biostimulation, regeneration, accelerated healing, sterilization and painkiller effect.
Depending on difficulty, the intervention can take between 40 minutes and 2 hours, is performed under anesthesia and is painless.
A quality treatment performed by advanced techniques cures the endodontic disease, saves the tooth and is preferred to a dental implant.
X-rays taken before, during surgery and after treatment are essential for a successful endodontic treatment and monitoring.
In complicated infections we will periodically take X-rays to observe the evolution of bone healing.