Commonly used to treat infected or damaged teeth. The dentist removes the damaged pulp and replaces it with a filling material.
This procedure is similar to standard root canal, but it can be completed in a single visit to the dentist.
This treatment is used when a previously treated tooth becomes infected again. The dentist removes the previous filling material and treats the infected area.
This procedure involves removing the tip of the tooth's root to treat an infection that has spread to the surrounding bone.
A pulp removal procedure used for children. The dentist removes the infected pulp and places a filling material to preserve the tooth.
A newer technique that aims to regrow damaged or infected pulp tissue using stem cells and other growth factors.
A newer method that uses laser technology to remove infected tissue and sterilize the root canal.
This technique uses specialized microscopes and tools to perform precise and minimally invasive root canal procedures.
A common method that involves cleaning and sealing the infected area without the need for surgery.
A treatment used for teeth with damaged or infected pulp but with healthy surrounding tissue.