Tooth decay and pulpitis are root canal problems.
One of the various dental treatments offered is root canal therapy. When we irrevocably injure nerves, root canal therapy may be required. Endodontic therapy, often known as root canal therapy, is frequently the final option for saving a cariogenic tooth. The goal of this technique is to eradicate the germs and halt the spread of the illness.
Bacteria frequently invade the tooth through untreated cavities, periodontal disease, and other oral issues, causing pain, death, colour changes, and weakening of the tooth structure. The injured tooth will need to be extracted if we postpone treatment and the inflammatory process is not halted in time. Modern medicine has made it possible for doctors working in the Eskulap clinic in London to examine the dental canals and effectively treat them. This is made possible by the ability to use a sophisticated dental microscope and digital X-ray equipment during testing.
Due to damage to the enamel and dentin, patients frequently experience discomfort while they sit in the dentist chair. To remove the germs, such a tooth has to be treated chemically and physically. When compared to extracting a tooth and replacing it with an implant or a bridge, endodontic therapy is less intrusive. Digital technology makes it possible to perform precise root canal procedures thanks to the use of radiovisiography. X-ray pictures are used to monitor the process.
Local anaesthetic, which is frequently used in dentistry and makes the treatment considerably more comfortable for the patient, is employed at the clinic. Call today to arrange a consultation 07747474755.
Dr Małgorzata Lewicka-Kisiel
Face and Neck Surgery Consultant