Root canals

Modern dentistry primarily aims at saving as many of a patient’s natural teeth as possible.

Recent advances in endodontic (root canal) treatment allow dentists to save the teeth which might otherwise be extracted. Additionally, with available analgesic methods, endodontic treatment is neither painful nor risky.

In order to begin the root canal process, the doctor first assesses the root canal length using a measuring device called endometer. The chamber and empty canals are then meticulously prepared with the aid of a microscope so that special filling material can be put in. All these endodontic devices allow for effective treatment.

Pain-free root canal treatment

Root canal treatment (also known as endodontics) aims at removing the inflamed or infected soft pulp (nerve) tissue . The chamber and empty canals are then cleaned, disinfected and prepared to receive ...

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Microscope-assisted root canal treatment

DUDA CLINIC can provide professional – and above all – efficient root canal treatment with the use of the latest technologies. For this purpose, an endodontic microscope is used. It allows the accurate ...

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Root canal Retreatment (Reendo)

Root canal retreatment, also called repeat canal treatment, can be more difficult than initial root canal therapy. This may be due to the complex tooth anatomy, mineralised deposits, and/or incorrectly ...

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