Endodontics is a type of microsurgical procedure requiring great precision in the invisible part of tooth, within the root canals, and is done due to irreversible damage of the pulp caused by caries, rarely by trauma.
Endodontic procedures are among the most precise and complex procedures in dentistry. The goal of endodotics is to remove the infected pulp tissue and bacterial remains from the canal and closing, i.e. filling the canal with a suitable material. Root canals are of very small dimensions, and incomplete removal of bacteria has serious consequences for the future of the tooth.
Modern dentistry enables a suitable endodontic tooth treatment with the help of state of the art apparatus and other new systems used in our offices.