Endodontic treatment (root canal treatment)


Many teeth, which normally used to be extracted in the past, can nowadays be effectively treated and saved through this method as the root canal treatment helps to avoid complex and costly implant and prosthetic solutions.
You can’t miss this opportunity…


The root canal treatment is necessary when:

  • a tooth feels painful
  • it reacts during biting
  • it reacts on different temperatures
  • tooth is sensitive to touch
  • it changes its colour into darker one in comparison to the rest of the teeth
  • tooth has been broken

Microscope endodontics


Removing parts of broken instruments


Repeated root canal treatment


difficult endodontic cases


Change of disfunctional fillings into new ones


removing discoloured parts of the teeth


Treatment of teeth affected by decay

a precise treatment carried out with the use of lens or microscope


The root canal treatment includes removing an affected nerve pulp, getting rid of disease-causing bacteria and finally filling in tightly a whole canal system with a special material. The canal system often appears as a complicated net of varied connections spreading out sideways into little curved canals.

Therefore a microscope is indispensable to locate them all so that we can look inside the root canals and assess their length and shape or identify in them possible obstacles (e.g.root canal obliteration , parts of broken instruments etc.)or damaged walls (e.g. fractures , perforations). The microscope helps to carry out a surgery precisely and to reduce any therapeutic complications afterwards. The surgery is performed under local anesthetics (it’s painless) and with the use of rubber dam system isolation and apex locator which the first blocks the spread of germs contained in saliva and the letter measures the length of the canals.


Any treatment can’t fully guarantee us full success. However, the latest endodontic method of treatment considerably raises chances that an affected tooth will stay healthy for many following years.