ROOT CANAL TREATMENT

The pulp of a tooth is a very sensitive organ that can be subjected to irritating factors like undue biting forces, bacteria from dental decay or fracture of the tooth structure.
These lead to indirect effects or direct exposure of the very sensitive nerves and blood vessels of the pulp, inflammation, infection and abscess formation. All of these will result in varying degrees of pain, sometimes of a very severe nature. Once severe inflammation or infection sets in, the only treatment is to remove the diseased tissue with small, delicate files, at the same time cleaning and shaping the root canal system

Specialist Endodontists working in CDC have developed special clinical skills and qualifications to execute the required procedures more effectively. This leads to a more predictable outcome for your treatment. Due to the complexity involved in advanced cases the delicate procedures can be very time-consuming.




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Root canal infection caused by an untreated tooth cavity




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Root canal cleaned, shaped and filled




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Resorption of the infection