Common Problems

More commonly known as root canals.  Innovative methods for precision and virtually pain free treatments.  Our prices are standard regardless of the number of canals.

 

 Apexogenesis

Stimulation to make the end of a tooth root close in a traumatized root with healthy pulp

endodoncia

   Apicectomy

Tooth root operation is necessary when infection develops and refuses to go away after a root canal treatment.

   Endodontic Surgery

Surgery can help save your tooth in a variety of situations.  Your tooth may have a tiny fracture or canal that cannot be detected unless you have surgery.  Calcification is another problem that can be resolved with surgery by cleaning and sealing the canal.  Infection can also be treated with endodontic surgery.

   Retreatments

Root canal treatment can last many years but sometimes a tooth may not heal as expected.   Retreatment is advised in these cases.  The tooth is reopened, remove the existing root canal filling, and clean the canal.  A new root canal filling will be placed.

   Rod Removal

The removal of any pin or post.

   Emergencies

Patient comes in with excessive pain.  Injuries to the hard dental tissue and the pulp.

   Rod Preparation

When a dental piece needs a post or pin.

   Rod Placement

After endodontic treatment is completed, a part of the tooth’s root is removed and a post is placed. This will allow for the reconstruction of the tooth.

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