TREATMENT OF CANALS (ENDODONTICS)
Treatment of the root canals involves treating the insides of the tooth in which the pulp or nerve is located. The tooth pulp has a variety of blood and lymph vessels, connective tissue and nerves.
Any inflammation in this area can be extremely painful and thus it is important not to delay a visit to the doctor.
Obvious signs of pulpitis: severe persistent pain, which is usually worse at night, pain for cold and hot, which remains even after removing the cause. The disease can cause chronic pain, so visit your dentist regularly!
Treatment of pulpitis includes the removal of inflamed pulp, mechanical treatment, washing of the root canals, creating a certain taper in the canal with their subsequent filling. Dentists of our clinic use materials that are biocompatible with natural tissues.
If pulpitis is not treated promptly, the infection may spread further into the surrounding tissue of the tooth, causing an inflammatory disease - periodontitis, which destroys the bone tissue of the tooth. The treatment of periodontitis is difficult and expensive than most treatments, but it must be started as soon as possible, otherwise the tooth will have to be removed.
The device provides the dentist with the following advantages compared with anesthesia in a conventional syringe:
- computerized control of the introduction of anesthetic in real time under a certain pressure;
- computerized dosage of anesthetic amount;
- a special needle designed for intraligamentary anesthesia;
- rapid onset of anesthesia;
- only one tooth and the mucus that surrounds it is anesthetized;
- AMSA, P-ASA and PDL anesthesia can be performed, which cannot be performed using the traditional method;
- less anesthetic is used, which reduces toxicity;
- one anesthesia relieves the teeth and the surrounding mucosa immediately;
- Anesthetic pressure is about 6 times lower than with a JET syringe and is below the pain threshold.