Choose to save your natural teeth!

Eliminate bacteria. Prevent
reinfection. And save your natural tooth!

This is the main purpose of Endondontics, also known as root canal treatment. The very origin of the word, which derives from Greek, mirrors the intervention itself: endo means “inside” and ondontos means “tooth”.

The dentist suggests endodontics, commonly known as as root canal treatment, when the dental pulp of a tooth is infected or has vitality problems.

This pulp, similar to a thread inside each tooth, includes blood vessels, but also nerves and other tissues. During this process, the entire pulp is removed.

The canal, where the pulp used to be, is then thoroughly cleaned and filled with a specific preparation to prevent reinfection. In most cases, a crown is placed to ensure that all masticatory and esthetic function is returned.

It is a conservative treatment, which aims to save the natural tooth.

But isn't the dental pulp important?

The dental pulp is important, and fundamental even during the period of growth and development of the tooth. However, in the adult stage, the tooth can survive without its inner part, as it continues to be nourished by all the other tissues surrounding it.

This procedure allows the natural tooth to be maintained, as well as its main functions: chewing function and esthetics.

The most common causes of the infection or death of the dental pulp are:

  • A broken tooth;
  • A deep dental caries, not treated early;
  • A dental trauma, such as a fall or strong impact;

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    What symptoms should I be aware of?

    Pain, tooth sensitivity - to heat, cold, touch, and chewing - tooth discoloration and swelling are some of the symptoms associated with endodontics. However, in some Clinical Cases, there are no symptoms associated: the problem is silent.

    What happens when the tooth is not treated?

    Pus can accumulate in the root of the tooth, causing an abscess. This abscess, in turn, can spread, causing pain and destruction of the bone near the tooth. The consequences of not treating a tooth under these circumstances are often irreversible and may lead to total tooth extraction.

    Is the treatment painful?

    No. You will not feel any pain, because local anesthesia will be applied. The treatment doesn't cause you pain, but frees you from it!

    How many visits are necessary for treatment?

    Normally, the problem is solved in 2. In more complex clinical cases, an additional consultation may be necessary.

    I want to move forward! Do you have payment facilities?

    Yes, we have payment facilities directly with the Clinic. If you have any questions or need more information, please contact us through WhatsApp or telephone.