Root-canal treatment with laser – we save your teeth!
Using the conventional method for root-canal treatment, there is a 4-6 per cent chance that the treatment will be unsuccessful. This is a relatively high rate. If a root-canal filling is unsuccessful, then the tooth needs further treatments, which can lead to extraction and after that implantation whether you want it or not. Thanks to the development of technology, the root-canal treatment performed with laser shows significant results.
How does the root-canal treatment happen in a laser dentistry?
The root-canal treatment made by Biolase Waterlase iPlus is similar to the laser cavity preparation and filling, except in this case the laser has a longer tip that can reach the root-canal and remove the pulp tissue. The parallel rays of light can clear the canals, plus they have a 100 per cent sterilizing efficiency. It „melts” the bacteria and clears the area much more effectively than the conventional method. The use of laser shortens the whole procedure, so that our patients has to sit less in the dental chair, and on the top of it all, the amount of control appointments can be reduced due to the disinfecting effects.
Thanks to the new method, the healing process is shorter than before.
Our laser treatments can not provide the removal of the amalgam fillings, and there are cases when local anaesthesia is needed. The amount of the advantages of laser treatment can be different depending on the case. Our goal is to create calm surroundings where our patients’ treatments can happen without any pain.
We are looking forward to see you at our surgery!
Ask for our colleagues’ help. Our experienced, caring and always smiling team is happy to help you and your family with the best of their knowledge and maximum attention. Further advantage of laser treatment is that recovery time is shorter.
Book an appointment for a consultation, we are looking forward to seeing you at our clinic!Ask for the help of our laser dentist. The experienced, prepared, caring and always kind members of our team are always happy to help you with the best of their competence, care and attention.
Gingivitis and periodontitis are among the most spread endemic diseases today. The most certain sign of gingivitis is the swollen, oedemic gingiva which is sensitive to touching and tend to bleed after brushing your teeth.