Pulpitis is an inflammation of the neurovascular bundle that feeds the tooth, which is located inside the tooth and is called pulp.
In the process of treating pulpitis, the infected pulp is removed, and the canals of the teeth are cleaned and expanded for subsequent filling. If drugs are introduced into the canal, then the tooth cavity is closed with a temporary filling, which is replaced by a permanent one during the next visit. Our doctors are sure that it’s not enough just to save the patient from pain, the most important thing is to ensure that this pain does not appear again, for this we use a multifunctional endodontic motor with a built-in apex locator to treat caries complications. It allows you to efficiently process the root canals and at the same time measure the length, which together reduces the risk of complications or relapse due to improved irrigation (flushing) by giving the channel a conical shape. After thorough processing of the canal, it is sealed.
Periodontitis – inflammation of the periodontium – the tissues surrounding the tooth. The reasons may be different, it may be the passage of infection from the surrounding tissues (osteomyelitis, sinusitis), traumatic, medication, but most often the cause of periodontitis is the late treatment of the patient to the doctor for the treatment of caries and its complications.
The treatment is complex and quite lengthy, usually stretching for 5-6 visits. The main goal is to process the canal and remove infected tissue, which is carried out using an endodontic motor, then anti-inflammatory and antibacterial agents are introduced into the canal. Drugs are left in the channels until the inflammatory process subsides.
If untreated, the disease can spread to nearby tissues with the formation of abscesses, phlegmon, osteomyelitis of the jaw, sinusitis and other dangerous diseases.