Conservative treatment

Dental pulp is a specialized tissue located inside the tooth. Endodontics is a field that studies diseases of the dental pulp and tooth-surrounding tissues. The pulp is a signaling and protective organ that detects thermal, osmotic, toxic and infectious irritants. When its defenses are exhausted, the pulp reacts with pain. The most common cause of pulpitis (inflammation of the pulp) is deep caries (in about 95% of cases), but there are other causes.

The goal of endodontic (root canal) treatment is to preserve and restore in proper shape and function teeth with non-vital pulp and affected tooth-surrounding tissues.

The success of the root canal treatment is based on three main principles: diagnosis, cleaning and obturation (filling) of root canals.

We have modern equipment for treatment and diagnosis of pulp diseases.