The modern approach and the new technologies in the treatment of dental root canals enable us to successfully treat all groups of teeth.
Although the fast development of implanting systems today allows us to treat almost all toothless patients, we still invest a lot of effort in ’saving’, i.e. treating teeth with infected roots.
It is always better to save a tooth that has a chance of remaining in the mouth. Advantages of dental treatment are faster completion of treatment and resulting dental restoration, preservation of the sense of mastication, preservation of an individual’s aesthetic characteristics, and lower costs.
Modeled on the latest therapeutic principles of the European and American endodontics, TiM dental surgery has provided conditions for fast and reliable dental root treatment in our country. Modern treatment is based on accurate (mechanic) cleaning and shaping of root canal, thorough rinsing, strong disinfection and permanent and accurate closing (sealing) of the system of canals.
Both cleaning and shaping are performed using the special NiTi (nickel-titanium) instruments, whose elasticity allows the treatment of all groups of teeth.
Applying the so-called „Apex locator“ we can accurately establish the length of a tooth up to the tenth of a millimeter, which helps in eliminating irritation of tissue outside the root. We use I Pex made by NSK company, which represents the latest generation of these instruments.
Rinsing is performed using the sodium hypo-chloride, in order to dilute and rinse the results of infection. A wide range and combinations of medication guarantee safe disinfection of teeth.
Stability and safety of disinfection and cleaning procedures is achieved by applying melted substance for teeth stamping (gutta percha). OBTURA B root sealing system (obturation), by SybronEndo company, developed in the USA, guarantees stable, accurate results.
Patients do not experience any pain during the intervention, because an adequate anesthetic is applied, making the treatment much easier.
A treated tooth can keep its oral function during an indefinite period, even for more than twenty years. In order to complete the restoration, a treated tooth can be filled or restored with a crown.