Root canals

If a tooth is so badly damaged that the nerve in the tooth is irreversibly inflamed or already dead, a root canal treatment for tooth preservation is unavoidable. For long-term success, it is crucial to clean all nerve channels and then to fill these.

Since we attach great importance to endodontics (the inside of the tooth), we rely on high-quality and modern procedures. For example, we determine the length of the nerve channels electronically, which typically makes an additional X-ray measurement unnecessary. Working with high-resolution magnifying glasses allows us to find additional channels. Highly curved and bent root canals can usually be reached quickly and safely with our highly flexible instruments.