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Endodontic therapy

Endodontic therapy in the DL Dental Health Clinic

Endodontic therapy includes prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of dental pulp and root canal diseases.

Correctly chosen endodontic approach can save severely decayed tooth with soft tissue inflammation (pulpal and periradicular). Timely endodontic therapy can save a tooth and the patient from subsequent tooth replacement or surgical implantation.

The major endodontic diseases, pulpitis and periodontitis, are common complications of caries and gum problems or result from tooth and gum injuries.

Endodontic therapy includes the following stages:

Pulpitis treatment:

  • tooth diagnosis (including radiovisiography);
  • providing access to the pulp cavity and root canals;
  • pulp amputation using a pulp extractor;
  • thorough anti-inflammatory and antiseptic treatment of the pulp cavity;
  • tooth filling.

Periodontitis treatment:

  • tooth diagnosis (including radiovisiography);
  • providing access to the pulp cavity and root canals;
  • removal of the pulp and necrotic tissues from the root canal;
  • thorough repeated anti-inflammatory and antiseptic treatment of the root canal (with a temporary filling one required);
  • root canal filling;
  • tooth filling.

Successful endodontic therapy requires that the dentist is highly skilled and experienced. All medical practitioners in the DL Dental Health Clinic correspond to this requirement.

Prevention of pulpitis and periodontitis:

  • timely treatment of caries and gum diseases;
  • quickest possible response to tooth or gum injury as well as other unfavorable changes in the oral environment;
  • thorough tooth and oral hygiene (including regular professional tooth cleaning), cleaning of interdental spaces, and using special toothpastes;
  • regular dental checkups (at least once in six months);
  • decreasing the intake of carbohydrates (bakery products, potatoes, grains, sugar, and confectionery are most rich in carbohydrates).