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What is endodontics?

Endodontics is a specialized branch of dentistry that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment of dental pulp, and the surrounding tissues. The dental pulp, located within the tooth's root canal system, consists of nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissues. When the dental pulp becomes infected, inflamed, or damaged due to deep decay, cracks, trauma, or other factors, endodontic treatment is necessary to save the tooth.

Root Canal Therapy

Root canal therapy is a common endodontic procedure used to treat infected or damaged dental pulp. Our skilled endodontists employ state-of-the art techniques to remove the diseased pulp, clean and disinfect the root canal system, and seal it to prevent reinfection. Root canal therapy relieves pain, eliminates infection, and saves the natural tooth from extraction.


An apicoectomy, also known as root-end surgery, is performed when a previous root canal treatment or retreatment is unsuccessful or when there are complications such as persistent infection or cysts. Our skilled endodontists will surgically remove the infected or damaged tissue at the root tip, disinfect the area, and seal it to promote healing and prevent future problems.

Diagnosis and Consultation

If you are experiencing dental pain, sensitivity, or other symptoms, our endodontists will conduct a comprehensive examination, utilize advanced diagnostic tools, such as digital imaging and 3D cone beam computed tomography (CBCT), and provide an accurate diagnosis. We will explain your condition in detail, discuss available treatment options, and answer any questions you may have.

Endodontic Retreatment

In some cases, a previously treated tooth may develop new issues or experience a failed root canal treatment. Our experienced endodontists specialize in endodontic retreatment, which involves removing the previous filling materials, cleaning the canals thoroughly, and sealing them again to ensure long-term success.

Dental Trauma Management

When a tooth suffers severe trauma, such as a fracture or dislodgment,

prompt endodontic intervention is crucial. Our team has extensive experience in managing dental trauma cases, including replantation of avulsed teeth, splinting, and root canal therapy to save the affected tooth.

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