MICROSCOPIC ENDODONTIC TREATMENT

DENTISTRY

Endodontic treatment (known as “root canal treatment”) is used in cases of inflammation of the tooth or disintegration of its pulp (tissue filling the tooth cavity). Endodontics involves the removal of dead and inflamed pulp, which causes infection and pain, from the tooth chamber and canal.

Until recently, endodontic treatment required several visits to the dentist. Currently, thanks to modern equipment, it is possible to perform a complete procedure in just one visit.

D105 offices are equipped with microscopes and radiovisiographs that allow us to carry out procedures with maximum precision. Effective “root canal” treatment allows you to save the tooth from its potential extraction (removal).

Importantly, D105 patients are anaesthetized using a computerised method. Thanks to this, the administration of anaesthesia and the procedure itself take place in comfortable and painless conditions.

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