Root canal procedure
at the dental practice
Dr. Kogan & Colleagues
A root canal procedure (or treatment) is used, if the dental nerve (Pulp) is inflamed, or dead. The goal of this treatment is, to rescue the tooth instead of just removing, or replacing it. During the treatment, the pulp tissue is removed, the root canal is widened, and the surrounding, infested tissue gets removed as well. Subsequently, the root canal is filled again. In some cases, the pulp tissue can be healed through something called a regenerative endodontic.
The preservation of your teeth is our number one goal. Through a gentle root canal treatment in our dental practice, we can clean the infested tooth from the inside and seal it permanently. This way present microorganisms are removed, and the intrusion of new/more microorganisms and body fluids is prevented. The recovery of healthy circumstances within the root canal and the neighboring tissue is important and prevents resultant problems.
Die you have issues with one of your teeth and you do not know where the pain is coming from? If so, make an appointment for a noncommittal consultation today. Our specialists will advise you objectively and come up with an individual therapeutic concept.