If the roots get infected the inflammed tissues have to be removed in order to save the tooth. Removel of inflammation and disinfection of the canals can be done by laster techniques nowadays.
Root canal treatment is a conservative dental treatment. There are two options for treating inflammation: we can either remove the infected tooth or save it by cleaning and disinfecting the canals.
Why is root canal treatment a better option?
- it saves your tooth
- it can preserve the tooth for a long time if the oral hygiene is adequate
- throbbing ache can be relieved quickly
- with laser root canal treatment we can clean the canals as thoroughly as possible
With normal root canal treatments there is a 4-6% chance that the treatment fails, which is a relatively high rate. If a root canal filling is not successful the tooth will need further treatment (either re-rot treating or apicoectomy which means the removal of the tip of the root) or needs to be extracted and replaced by an implant. Thanks to technological improvements laser root treatmentshave a high rate of succes.
We use the best techniques to achieve success
Root canal treatments are done by the latest technologies at our surgery. In order to carry out a successfull treatment it is very important to know the accuarte length of the canals. For measuring the canals we use the VDW Gold apex locator which is an electronic machine that tells the dentist how long the canal is and how close they are to the apex (the tip of the root). If we don’t use apecx locator, the filling van be too long or too short which can result in the formation of nodules or re-infection of the tooth. Bacterias in the root canal stress the immun system and can cause spotty hair loss, skin irritations, heart and vascular disease as well as kidney disease. The apex locator is able to measure the canal without any radiation. After measuring and cleaning the canals we disinfect them by the latest laser technology, Biolase dental laser equipment.
How is the procedure of laser root canal treatment carried out?
Root canal treatment carried out by Biolase Waterlase iPlus is similar to having a laser filling done but with a different laser tip that is long enough to reach the whole length of the canals and therefore able to remove the infected pulp tissue. The parallel beams of the intensive light clean the canal. Laser treatment disinfects, „melt” bacteria and clean the canals more effectively than the normal procedure. Laser root canal treatment takes less time therefore there is no need to spend hours at our surgery and the number of controll visits are also minimal due to the efficient cleaning of laser light. Thenks to the new technique the healing process also reduces. Our laser treatments do not involve the removal of previous fillings and anaesthetic injection is also required in some cases. The different advantages of laser dental treatments are experianced in different extents in different stages of the treatment. Our aim is to provide treatments without any pain in a calm environment. We can help you in relieving toothache fast with maximum success.
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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.