Root canal therapy involves removing infected pulp from the inside of the tooth. This prevents the infection from spreading and can help save a tooth that may otherwise have to be extracted.
The pulp is made up of soft tissue, including nerves and blood vessels, and extends from the crown to the tips of the root. The pulp can become infected due to decay, a deep filling or trauma to the tooth. We offer one of the most recent methods of root canal treatment – microscopic root canal treatment.
Microscopic root treatment is one of the most recent achievements of today’s dental procedures. The microscope provides the greatest help during root canal treatment since when revealing root canals, we can remove very efficiently the bacteria proliferating inside them, avoiding possible complaints or re-appearing pain later.
A microscope can be an invaluable resource to the endodontist performing your root canal. As a matter of fact, root canal specialists often use microscopes to find and treat all of the canals inside the tooth.
The use of advanced microscopy technology by a trained root canal specialist can help make your root canal treatment successful, allowing you to keep your natural tooth for a lifetime!