The nerves and blood vessels in the root canals of a tooth are called the pulp. When bacteria or decay affect the pulp, Root Canal Therapy may be necessary. Root Canal Therapy cleanses the damaged area and restores the tooth. We remove infected pulp, clean the root canal space, and then fill the space with special, medicated filling materials. You receive a fully functional tooth that can last a lifetime. Improvement on the traditional method uses the dental laser to thoroughly clean the root canal space. The energy from the laser penetrates the small tubules of the root canal much more profoundly than traditional methods, ensuring better cleaning and a more complete removal of bacteria.
We now offer Laser assisted root canal dental procedure which is more comfortable and effective than traditional procedures. It quickes the dental procedure, minimizes the risk of infection, reduces bleeding and swelling, and makes treatment so comfortable that, often, no anesthesia is needed.
A root canal is one of the most common dental procedures performed. This simple treatment can save your natural teeth and prevent the need of dental implants or bridges. Root canal treatment removes the nerve and the blood supply of a tooth because the tooth is infected or has completely died or it is infected and in the process of dying. Root canal involves the cleaning and sterilization of the root canal and removal of tissue from the canal.
Most of the Root canal failures are attributed to incomplete removal of tissue from the canals.Laser when used for cleaning and sterilization within the canals, burns any tissue left and hence increases the success of the root canal treatments.
Why Choose Laser Root Canal Treatment?
- 99.7% Reduction in bacterial counts in the root canal approaches sterilization.
- Reduces risk of re-infection.
- Minimally invasive technique conserves tooth structure.