Why would you undergo surgical interventions if you have a granuloma or cyst at the root of your tooth? Come in to our clinic for a minimally invasive treatment with two types of laser, with a well-established protocol and a skilled endodontist that will take care of you. This way you will get rid of your problems without any surgery.
Endodontics is the dental discipline concerned with the study and treatment of dental pulp, namely the soft connective tissue from inside the tooth. The pulp is what makes the tooth an organ, performing vital functions for its health. When it is damaged, our endodontists manage to save a large part of this sensitive tissue, with the help of minimally invasive treatments and interventions.
How we do it
The patient came to our clinic with pain in the inferior frontal area (tooth 31) a grade II to III mobility, and a 8 mm periodontal pocket.
During examination we observed the following:
- premature contact of tooth 31 with tooth 21 – in left lateral guidance;
- vestibular frenum very highly inserted, close to the gingival margin, between 31 and 41;
- grade II to III mobility;
- vitality test: negative.
Elective treatment applied:
- occlusal adjustment, adjusting the canine guidance on the left side;
- endodontic treatment with root canal sterilization, using 2 wavelengths: 2780 nm wavelength laser and 940 nm wavelength diode laser, following a well-established protocol;
- minimally invasive, laser-assisted frenectomy, with no bleeding, and fast healing;
- biomodulation and biostimulation;
- rigid tooth splinting with a composite tape.
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