Root canal treatment

 Root canal treatment 

Root canal treatment is a method of treating irreversible of ill dental pulp (i.e. nerve and blood vessels that are inside the tooth). The dentist cleans the inside of the diseased tooth from bacteria and from dead or dying tissue pulp. Moreover, the doctor disinfects the root canals and then fills them with the appropriate material. At the end, the crown is cemented onto rebuilt tooth.

After this treatment, the tooth becomes dead because the dentist removed tissues that are responsible for blood supply and nervation. This causes the tooth disease to stop and such a tooth will serve us like our other teeth.

modern root canal treatment gdansk

Please remember: root canal treatment has an objective to cure the root of the tooth, but the condition of long-term maintenance of the tooth after treatment is the reconstruction of the tooth crown.

Microscope in root canal treatment

Root canal treatment microscope Gdansk Poland dental treatment Zeiss surgical microscope

By applying a microscope for root canal treatment the doctors are able to save the teeth that are intended to be removed and increase the durability and effectiveness of the treatment.

The advantages of root canal treatment ( with the microscope ) in comparison to typical treatment  ( without a microscope ) :

  • the superiority of the microscope results from the magnification and lighting field treatment.
  • it is possible to identify structures previously undetectable.
  • it enables the presentation of graphical root canals and also to see of narrowing, perforation.
  • by using the microscope is possible to find all the canals without fail, remove the old fillings, perfectly develop the canal and then thoroughly fill it.

1. The advantages of modern root canal treatment under the microscope :

  • more accurate cleaning of bacteria
  • shortening treatment time
  • reduced feeling of discomfort during the procedure
  • the possibility to treat even the mostly curved and narrowed canals
  • the tight filling prevents recurrences of infection
  • a well-cured tooth can serve for many years

2. What is the effectiveness of treatment? ( using a microscope )

The endodontic treatment has a success rate of 95%. There is a failure that most often results from atypical tooth structure, especially roots. The patient’s immune status also affects the treatment effect.

3. Is there an alternative to the root canal treatment?

The only alternative is extraction (i.e. tooth removal). Consequently, missing tooth can lead to many problems. As long as the missing tooth is not replaced, the bone decay progresses and the adjacent teeth move, disturbing occlusion.

4. What is the durability of the tooth after root canal therapy?

The teeth, which are treated endodontically, very often have large defects of their own tissues. To reinforce the structure in most cases, it is possible to make a porcelain crown based on a post and core. This option provides the durability as effective as of your own healthy tooth before root canal treatment.

5. Does the patient experience pain during treatment?

The root canal work is most often performed under anesthesia, thus the patient does not feel any pain.

6. Are there any contraindications for root canal treatment?

In principle, there are no concrete contraindications. Of course, the patient can not have any type of illness: herpes or oral cancer during treatment, because it can lead to lengthening and exacerbation of the treatment process.



Root canal treatment Poland Gdansk

Dentist Adrian Przewoski during the root canal treatment 

Root canal treatment performed by experienced doctor Gdansk PolandDoctor Ewa Odya-Bojanowska also uses a microscope to treat

durability after root canal treatment Poland Gdansk Porcelain crown based on a post and core provides durability after root canal treatment

contraindications for root canal treatment

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