Modern root canal treatment under a microscope has transformed itself in the last few years from a mere attempt to save the tooth to a timely treatment method with a very high success rate. A possibly premature tooth loss can now be successfully avoided.
At the EDG we treat our patients at the highest professional and diagnostic level. Our treatment units are equipped with the most modern surgical microscopes, which support a detailed root representation and preparation and offer a completely new level of precision. The newest endodontic equipment, instruments and filling materials are being put to use. In this way we can keep the treatment as short as possible, even in complicated cases, and avoid tooth loss.
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We want to conserve your teeth and take the time we need for it.
During the first appointment a precise diagnosis and prognosis for the tooth to be treated is provided. Possible treatment options will be discussed with you.
During previous treatments the tooth may not only have been weakened by the mechanical treatment of the root canal system but also by the setting and anchoring of a root pin. When a root canal treatment is revised, these pins need to be removed as carefully as possible to retain important tooth substance.
With the right treatment, not only acute inflammations but chronic ones can also be successfully treated. These can cause pain or sometimes even be completely without symptoms. An early detection and elimination of such inflammations is of essential importance for the long-term conservation of teeth.
Under a microscope our specialised dentists see the inside of the tooth and the root canal system with the best lighting and significantly magnified.
What is also impressive is the precision of microscopic treatments. Even harder to reach canals can be located and cleaned so that relapses are less likely. To its opposite, hidden canals often remain undetected in a conventional root canal treatment and can therefore not be cleaned. Bacteria can multiply there without hindrance and cause inflammations. This often remains unnoticed for years until a toothache occurs, and therefrom complications begin.
The use of a microscope also makes it possible to detect fissures or fractures that may cause pain or an inflammation.
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