Endodontic Treatment (Root Canal)

Natural tooth preservation, even when the pulp has been infected, is a top priority and has a high success rate.

When bacteria have caused dental tissue decay and have invaded the pulp (nerve), then root canal treatment is the solution of choice. During the endodontic treatment (root canal) the infected pulp is removed and replaced with biocompatible material, filling the gap that resulted from the treatment. If the infected pulp is not cleaned, aside from intolerable pain, it runs the risk of developing an infection of the periapical tissue (jaw) and an abscess.

Modern endodontic treatment is performed painlessly with mechanical or manual nickel-titanium instruments that ensure a fast, safe and successful procedure, also employing the latest technology heat condensation technique (System B) wherever required.