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What is a dental endodontics?

Endodontics, one of the most common dental procedures, stands out for its ability to preserve natural teeth and avoid the need for implants or dental bridges.


The pulp, located in the core of the tooth, consists of a network of blood vessels and nerves that provide it with life and nutrition. Infection of the pulp can result from trauma, deep cavities, cracks, fissures, or repeated dental interventions. Signs of infection include swelling in the affected area, sensitivity to temperature, and pain in the tooth and gums.

What does an endodontic procedure involve?

The root canal treatment or endodontic procedure consists of treating the inner part of the tooth, starting with the removal of the nerve, cleaning, disinfection, and preparation of the root canals, and finishing with the definitive sealing of them. This procedure can be carried out in one or more appointments depending on the diagnosis or complexity of the case being treated.


Currently, this procedure is carried out using the most advanced equipment and methods, such as digital radiographs and apical locators to measure in detail each of the canals or roots of the tooth being treated, as well as mechanized disinfection and preparation with specialized equipment, without discomfort or pain.

Endodontic retreatment

The teeth that have undergone endodontic treatment will last as long as other natural teeth. However, a tooth that has been treated may develop cavities again, become infected, or experience pain due to a particular cause. If so, it may be necessary to perform an Endodontic Retreatment or even periapical surgery.

Periapical surgery

Periapical surgery, or apicoectomy, involves removing the infection and the last 3mm of the root, which is contaminated and prevents healing. It ends with the internal sealing of the treated area.

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