Endodontics involves the treatment of soft dental tissues or pulp. Pulp is a bundle of nerves, blood vessels and connective tissue, and extends from the tooth crown to the tip of the tooth’s root. Its function is very important because it delivers nutrients necessary for tooth development, while at the same time the pulp serves as an alarm system if something is wrong with the tooth.

Pulpitis (inflammation of the dental nerve) can occur due to tooth cavity or trauma. If the cavities are not treated properly and on time, the bacteria can enter the dental canal where they are multiplied causing inflammation and soft tissue decompensation, which may eventually result in the loss of teeth.

Endodontic treatment of the tooth involves the removal of the dental nerve and cleaning of the root canal. The channel is filled with permanent fillings to prevent bacterial penetration in the future. The maximum success of the treatment is guaranteed by the latest, state-of-the art equipment used in such procedures, and a professional and experienced team performing the procedure.

What is the pulp, and what is a root canal?

A root canal is the portion of the tooth through which the nerve passes, from the tip of the root to the pulp chamber. Dental pulp is a combination of soft connective tissue, blood vessels and the nerve.

What implants do you install and what is their lifespan?

Clinics mostly install implants produced by renowned  all of them have a lifetime guarantee.

What impacts the prices of dental implant procedures?

The market offers a wide variety of implants from different manufacturers, but unfortunately, not all are as good and reliable. The highest quality materials by trusted manufacturers that guarantee a long-term solution will cost a bit more initially, but is much less likely to cause problems in the future, which might end up costing you even more (both in terms of money and time).