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ENDODONTIA


How much does a tooth canal treatment cost?


The root of the tooth is its main part, which is located deep in the gum and serves as the main support for it, holding the tooth in the jawbone. Inside the root, there is a bone canal where the vessels and nerves are located, called the pulp. Most often, diseases of the root canal of the tooth cause acute pain, therefore it is not difficult to identify them, however, many patients do not pay due attention to pain and often delay with going to the doctor.

Why is there a need for treatment of tooth canals?


As you know, dental diseases that provoke unpleasant sensations and their further destruction always cause a lot of discomfort, as they often cause permanent or throbbing pain. The presence of discomfort, pain and discomfort in the area of ​​one tooth or in the entire oral cavity is the first reason for an urgent visit to a professional dentist. Often, pain in the tooth region is inflammatory in nature, and indicates that the nerves of the tooth are damaged.
Precisely because the pulp is located in the root cavity, where the nerves and blood vessels are located, inflammatory processes in the root of the tooth are always accompanied by acute pain and discomfort. Treatment of tooth canals in the city of Kiev is a very popular service of dental clinics, as it is often a necessary measure that will help not only to get rid of powerful pain discomfort, but will also save the tooth, leaving it to perform its main function.
The pain that appeared inside the tooth indicates inflammation of the pulp and can not be dispensed with without timely treatment. Otherwise, if you start the inflammatory process, the disease can lead to damage to the hard tissues of the tooth, suppuration and, as a result, the procedure for removing the entire tooth will become inevitable.

How much does a tooth canal treatment cost?


The process of root system treatment requires a particularly responsible approach by specialists, since insufficient cleansing of the affected tooth areas and improper treatment of its canals can cause a second complication, leading to its complete incapacity. Often a person is faced with acute pain inside the tooth when the nerves located inside the tooth are damaged by the infectious effect. Therefore, the procedure for treating tooth canals in most cases involves removing the pulp and temporarily closing the cavity, after which the final cleansing of the canals is carried out and the restoration of the tooth becomes possible. Therefore, in most cases, the root canal treatment process is carried out in two stages.
The question of how much it costs to treat tooth canals is a popular question among modern patients in dental clinics. Due to the fact that this disease is one of the most common, a significant percentage of the population turns to medical institutions specifically with the need for a comprehensive treatment of the internal cavity of the teeth. The cost of the procedure, first of all, depends on how the clinical case of the patient is neglected. It is logical that the less difficult the situation, the easier the treatment process is, and, accordingly, if some serious procedures are avoided, the cost will be low. At the same time, if the disease is in an advanced stage, it will require a number of additional manipulations, and sometimes tooth extraction with its subsequent restoration. Of course, the cost of such a set of procedures will be significantly higher.
The European Dental Center uses high-tech methods as part of the procedure, which are currently available only in our clinic. The use of computer control and high-precision lasers is also practiced.

Root canal treatment


Toothache has many reasons for the occurrence, but the most common is inflammation of the pulp — the dental nerve, which, in fact, creates pain impulses in the tooth area. Pulp inflammation can also occur due to various factors, but tooth decay is the most common. Damaging tooth tissues, caries gradually destroying them, reaches the root part, where the pulp with nerves is located. After its defeat, acute pain occurs, to get rid of which fully allow only a comprehensive treatment of the root canals of the tooth with subsequent obstruction and restoration.
Diseases in the root of the tooth occur in cases of infection of its tissues, which may have a different nature of origin, namely:
· Damage to the integrity of the tooth as a result of trauma, in connection with which the infection penetrated into the deeper layers and damaged the pulp;
· The penetration of bacteria into the root of the tooth due to the large-scale spread of caries;
·Infectious diseases of the gums or their improper treatment.
In any of these cases, the patient will need a comprehensive treatment of the internal cavity of the tooth, within which cleansing, antibacterial and protective actions will be carried out, thanks to which it is possible to save the tooth along with its functional purpose.

How to treat tooth root canals?


In cases of infection of the root of the tooth and pulp, root canal cleaning and complex treatment are required, only then qualified specialists can save the tooth. The symptoms of tooth diseases are known to most people: these are sharp, pulsating, aching pains from temperature changes, permanent painful sensations without any external influences, and also sometimes elevated body temperature, bad breath and swelling in the area of ​​the affected tooth.
Modern dental clinics often carry out the dental treatment process, taking into account all the latest trends and practices. The availability of innovative equipment for operations and other procedures allows the treatment of root canals, the cost of which will be within the reach of most patients. The use of laser equipment, which is also often used in the treatment of the root part of teeth, has gained particular popularity. It not only simplifies the process of dental intervention, but also is multifunctional and universal for various areas of this field.
Laser treatment of tooth canals is a highly effective procedure that provides a lasting effect and the most complete cleansing of damaged tooth tissues from healthy ones, while healthy tissues are practically not damaged. The root canals of the tooth are thin, sinuous cavities, which are quite difficult to clean using conventional techniques. The laser beam, in turn, has the ability to get into the most inaccessible places and carefully process them, while providing a strong disinfecting property, and also promotes tissue healing when grinding the integument of the tooth. Laser treatment of tooth canals will allow you to treat the root cavity as quickly as possible and at the same time make it completely painless, which is suitable even for children.
As part of the treatment of root canals, our clinic uses high-quality safe materials to disinfect tooth canals from bacteria, as well as elite preparations for restoration. Filling of the tooth channels is carried out using easily biocompatible composite materials with tissues of the oral cavity. The procedure that our clinic provides is painless and effective.
Dental diseases can affect completely different parts of it and spread both externally, affecting the tissue covering the tooth, and from the inside. Of course, dental diseases that provoke unpleasant sensations and their further destruction always cause a lot of discomfort, as they often cause permanent or pulsating pain syndromes. The presence of discomfort, pain and discomfort in the area of ​​one tooth or in the entire oral cavity is the first reason to urgently seek help from a professional dentist. As part of the examination, a specialist will certainly identify the focus of the disease, its cause and prescribe an effective and optimal treatment for a particular case. However, as practice shows, it is not always when the first signals about the disease occur that we run to see a doctor, because we either do not have enough time, or reassuring ourselves that this is a temporary phenomenon and soon the pain will pass. It is this attitude to the health of your teeth that can cause complicated variants of common diseases, such as caries and infections. And, if timely assistance could stop their development in the initial stages, then neglected situations often affect the entire tooth, reaching its very root. In such a situation, the treatment process requires a particularly responsible approach, since insufficient cleansing of the affected tooth areas and improper treatment of its canals can cause a relapse, leading to its complete damage and further removal.

Tooth canal treatment: price in Kiev


Treatment of tooth canals is a responsible, painstaking and very laborious process that requires exclusively professional intervention using modern equipment. Previously, this procedure was rather painful, but today, when treatment occurs with the help of high-class devices and tools, as well as new treatment technologies, it passes quite comfortably and without pronounced pain.
A root canal treatment procedure may be required in cases where, in connection with the disease, the tooth root has been damaged. Of course, the tooth crown is most often damaged, and such diseases can be easily determined independently. If caries has touched the deeper layers of the tooth, when the first discomfort appears, the patient should immediately consult a doctor who will be able to diagnose the disease and provide the necessary treatment, in particular treatment, and obstruction of the dental canals.
The root of the tooth is, in fact, its main part, which is located deep in the gum, located in a special funnel in the jaw — the alveolus. Inside the root, there is a bone canal where the pulp is located with vessels and nerves, the defeat of which primarily causes a persistent pulsating pain syndrome. An infection that has entered the root canal can pass into the peri-root areas and damage bone tissue at the base of the tooth. Without timely treatment, the tooth will most likely have to be removed, however, if you resort to medical care in time and cure the root canals, you can save the tooth.
Endodontic treatment, or treatment of the tooth canal, combines several procedures that, when combined, can eliminate the foci of infection and thereby help save the tooth. The treatment process consists of the following steps:
• Pulp removal;
• Cleansing the root cavity, disinfection of the root canal;
• Formation of new tooth channels;
• Obturation of formed channels;
• Restoration of the upper layers of the tooth, restoration of the aesthetic appearance of enamel.
Cleaning the root canals, as one of the most important procedures for treating the root of the tooth, most often occurs using mechanical methods, which are quite unpleasant. When restoring tooth canals, the European Dental Center primarily uses laser technology, which ensures not only the comfort of the procedure and its painlessness, but also has a high antibacterial effect.
The European Dental Center uses the method of condensation of gutta-percha using computer control and high-precision lasers as part of the procedure. Treatment of tooth canals, the price of which will be very affordable, is carried out in a short time (approximately 30 minutes).

Wisdom tooth canal treatment


The question of whether it is worth removing wisdom teeth, or is it better to leave them, causes a lot of controversy and controversy in most patients and in the dentists themselves, in particular. It is practically impossible to give an unambiguous answer to it, since each situation is strictly individual, however, to advise on the advisability of tooth extraction in certain cases is one of the tasks that often face modern dentists and dental surgeons.
A wisdom tooth is the most “late” element of a person’s dentition. It is located at the 8th position in the dentition and is the third molar corner tooth (molar), on average appearing in a person aged 16-25 years. Sometimes even the appearance of the tooth itself is already accompanied by painful sensations, and the tooth itself grows immediately with damaged tissues or the root part. Of course, in such cases, the most optimal solution is to remove it, however, if such a tooth does not interfere with the patient and does not cause him constant inconvenience, you can postpone or cancel it altogether.

Do I need to remove a wisdom tooth?


Sometimes there are situations when a wisdom tooth, due to an unfavorable state of health, or the loss of a nearby chewing tooth, is forced to perform a key function when chewing food and serve as a supporting mechanism for regulating the loads on the jaw. Of course, in such situations, its removal is not only impractical, but also dangerous for the entire dentition. And then, when a wisdom tooth disease occurs, he needs professional therapeutic treatment and damage to the root part — in cleaning the canals and cavities from dead tissue.
The treatment of the channels of the wisdom tooth is, in general, carried out in the same order as the treatment of a conventional tooth, however, due to the structural features of the root part of the wisdom tooth, some difficulties may arise during treatment. This is primarily affected by the complex anatomical structure of the root system — the root of the tooth is branched and its endings are distributed over a rather large area inside the gums, which complicates the process of cleaning the canals, since their shape will also be very non-standard.
The treatment of the root canal of a wisdom tooth is traditionally a multi-step process that combines several procedures. The treatment process consists of:
· Pulp removal;
· Cleansing the cavity of the root of the tooth, disinfection of the root canal;
· Formation of root canals;
· Obturation of the root canals of the tooth.
    Cleaning the root canals, as one of the most important procedures for treating the root of the wisdom tooth, occurs with the help of mechanical and manual manipulations. The European Dental Center, when treating the root canal, uses exclusively modern equipment and advanced techniques, so that the process is almost painless and very quick. The use of modern European equipment is able to ensure complete cleaning of the root cavity of the tooth from bacteria and microorganisms, as well as process even the narrowest, including curved channels in hard to reach places.
If in the treatment of the root canals of the wisdom tooth there is no background on the part of the dental activity, and the patient decides to remove it, the doctor carries out a procedure that is almost exactly the same as the process of eliminating a regular molar tooth. The process of eliminating a wisdom tooth is rather laborious and often it can be noticeably more complicated than the process of removing other teeth. Often, eights can have curved roots, and also (due to insufficient space for their normal eruption), they can be in the wrong position, which can significantly complicate the removal process.
The European Dental Center uses the method of condensation of gutta-percha using computer control and high-precision lasers as part of the procedure. Treatment of tooth canals, the price of which will be very affordable, is carried out in a short time (approximately 30 minutes).

Dead tooth canal treatment


Dental root disease is inflammatory in nature, which relates to the dental nerves in the first place. Precisely because the pulp is located in the root cavity, where the nerves and blood vessels are located, inflammatory processes in the root of the tooth are always accompanied by acute pain and discomfort. Treatment of the root canals of the tooth is often a necessary measure that will not only help get rid of a powerful pain syndrome, but will also save the tooth, leaving it to perform its main function. The pain that appeared inside the tooth indicates inflammation of the pulp and can not be dispensed with without timely treatment. Otherwise, if you start the inflammatory process, the disease can lead to damage to the hard tissues of the tooth, suppuration and, as a result, the procedure for removing the entire tooth will become inevitable.
The most common cause of pulp inflammation and internal pain in the tooth is tooth decay, which causes tissue damage in the area of ​​the crown or root of the tooth. If professional treatment is not started in time, pathogenic bacteria will gradually destroy the enamel until they reach the pulp, after which it may be necessary to remove it.
Removal of pulp involves the removal of dental nerves, in connection with which the tooth becomes virtually “dead”, that is, it does not feel pain, has no sensitivity, but simply performs the function of a chewing element in the dentition. The treatment of dead tooth canals is somewhat different from the usual cleaning of the root canals of completely healthy teeth.

How to treat dead tooth canals?


Treatment of the root canal of the tooth, which is also called endodontic treatment, combines several important procedures that, in combination, can eliminate the foci of infection and thereby help save the tooth. As for processing the channels of the so-called “dead” teeth, that is, teeth that do not have nerves inside and practically do not respond to external stimuli, on the whole resembles the classical procedure, in the framework of which enamel is prepared, carious tissue is cleaned (tissues damaged by caries) ), as well as obstruction of the channels in the drilled cavity. However, in order for the tooth to become conditionally dead, it is necessary to remove the pulp and to kill all the nerves present. After this, the pain syndrome will decrease and will soon disappear completely. After the pulp is removed, it is necessary to carry out a number of «mechanical» procedures, including:
• Cleansing the cavity of the root of the tooth and each canal from the carious areas using abrasive, laser or drug exposure, and most often this procedure is carried out in a complex.
• Complete disinfection of the root canal, which will prevent the further development of pathogenic bacteria and inflammation of the soft tissues.
• Formation of new tooth channels, during which they finish cleaning and grinding the inner side of the channels.
• Obturation of the formed canals: sometimes it is carried out in two stages, when a temporary seal is first established, and after its dismantling it is permanent.
• Restoration of the entire tooth, restoration of its aesthetic appearance — the final stage, which completely blocks the penetration of infection into the teeth.
Cleaning the root canals is undoubtedly one of the most important procedures for the treatment of the root part of the tooth, including the «dead» one. When restoring tooth canals, the European Dental Center primarily uses laser technology, which ensures not only the comfort of the procedure and its painlessness, but also provides a long-term effect of treatment. We apply high-tech techniques and this allows us to guarantee the highest results for our customers.