Services - Endodontics


It is a specialty of dentistry that focuses on diagnosing and treating problems with the pulp tissue and nerves inside the teeth.
This includes procedures such as endodontics, where diseased or damaged pulp is removed, the root system is cleaned and shaped, and then the space is filled with customized materials. This specialty aims to save damaged teeth and maintain their functions inside the mouth.

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Microscopic Root Canal Treatment

Root canal and endodontic treatment  Improve oral health by removing nerve inflammation and infections in tooth roots. Surgical microscope technology enhances precision. Benefit from microscopic treatment for improved oral health.

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Procedure For Getting Microscopic Root Canal Treatment

To obtain microscopic root canal and endodontic treatment , the following steps should be followed:

Endodontics Treatment Before and After

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Most Frequently Asked Questions

Endodontic is a branch of dentistry that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and injuries of the dental pulp and the tissues surrounding the root of the tooth. The most common Endodontic procedure is root canal therapy, which involves removing the infected or inflamed pulp and sealing the root canal to prevent further damage.
You may need Endodontic treatment if you have a tooth that is severely decayed, cracked, or traumatized, and the pulp becomes infected or damaged. This can cause pain, swelling, sensitivity, or discoloration of the tooth. If left untreated, the infection can spread to the bone and other tissues, leading to tooth loss or serious health complications.
Endodontic treatment is performed by an Endodontist, a dentist who specializes in treating the dental pulp and the root of the tooth. The Endodontist will first examine your tooth and take an X-ray to assess the extent of the damage. Then, the Endodontist will numb the area and make a small opening in the crown of the tooth to access the pulp chamber. The Endodontist will then use special instruments to remove the pulp and clean and shape the root canal. The Endodontist will fill the root canal with a biocompatible material and seal the opening with a temporary or permanent filling. Finally, the Endodontist will place a crown or other restoration on the tooth to protect it and restore its function and appearance.
Endodontic treatment is not painful, as the Endodontist will use local anesthesia to numb the tooth and the surrounding area. You may feel some pressure or vibration during the procedure, but you should not feel any pain. After the procedure, you may experience some soreness or sensitivity in the treated tooth, but this can be relieved by taking over-the-counter painkillers and following the Endodontist's instructions. The discomfort will subside as the tooth heals and the inflammation resolves.
The benefits of Endodontic treatment are that it can save your natural tooth, prevent the spread of infection, relieve your pain, and restore your oral function and appearance. Saving your natural tooth is preferable to extracting it and replacing it with an artificial tooth, as it can preserve your natural bite, chewing ability, and smile. The risks of Endodontic treatment are minimal, but they may include: failure of the treatment to eliminate the infection, reinfection of the root canal, fracture or damage of the tooth or the restoration, post-operative pain or discomfort, and adverse reaction to the materials or the anesthesia .

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