Endodontics deals with the so-called root canal treatment – it helps to avoid tooth extraction when its pulp is infected.
Endodontic treatment involves removing the diseased pulp and bacteria from the tooth chamber and canals, and then filling them with an appropriate material. Thanks to the development of dental technology and commonly used local anesthesia, the treatment is neither painful nor risky.
manifested by deep cavities
i.e. abnormal contacts between opposing teeth
such as fractures or dislocations
We carry out endodontic treatment using an operating microscope, digital X-ray imaging, and thermal canal filling techniques. These types of tools allow you to learn the exact anatomy of the tooth, prepare well for the procedure, and perform it with maximum precision, which is crucial for the success of the treatment. Our qualitative approach to endodontics provides the patient with high comfort during the procedure and speeds up the treatment time – just one visit is enough.
Remember not to “wait out” dental problems, but to see a dentist right away. Untreated tooth pulp inflammation is dangerous to the health of the entire body – its consequences may even include sepsis or myocarditis.
Recurrent, nocturnal or persistent toothache is a clear sign of pulpitis.
In order to provide patients with the highest possible comfort, the treatment is performed under local anesthesia.
|Endodontic treatment - additional canal
|Endodontic treatment under the microscope (1 canal)
|Endodontic treatment under the microscope (2 canals)
|Endodontic treatment under the microscope (3 canals)
|Reendo - 1 channel; repeated root canal treatment under a microscope
|Reendo - 2 canals; repeated root canal treatment under the microscope
|Reendo - 3 canals; repeated root canal treatment under the microscope
At the Borowski Dental Center, patients can spread payment for procedures into convenient installments. For more information, please contact our reception desk – write to us, call or visit in person.