We are offering the latest in dental technology as well as the most advanced techniques to ensure the highest possible success of your root canal treatment.

  • Operating Microscope

Our most important advance in improving the quality of root canal therapy. By using optimum magnification and illumination, the operating microscope allows us to see the finest details in a tooth's structure. With the assistance of optimum magnification, we can reach new levels of diagnosis and therapy in endodontic success. (pic 1)

  • Digital Radiography

Our digital imaging system offers excellent imaging quality and resolution that is viewed instantly on a computer monitor. It also exposes patients up to 50-90% less radiation when compared to the older X-ray systems. This aids in diagnosis, reduces treatment time and allows the patient to see in detail their completed root canal. (pics 2, 3)

  • Nickel titanium rotary instruments

Our endodontic files that are used to clean and shape the root canal system are made of a new strong but flexible material.

The files are driven by a motor, which reduces the need for using hand instruments. This reduces the time required for preparation and produces a cleaner more predictable result. (pics 4, 5)

  • Ultrasonic unit and tips

We are offering a high quality piezoelectric ultrasonic system. The various ultrasonic tips adapted onto the unit have become an endodontic necessity. Used under the dental microscope aid in finding and breaking into hidden canals, passive ultrasonic irrigation and obstruction removal (removing metal posts, silver points, gutta percha, broken instruments). (pics 6, 7)

  • Apex locators

We are using an electronic device to accurately determine where the root tip ends. This length will be used by your endodontist to determine the length of the root canal filling material. (pic 8)

  • Rubber dam

We isolate the tooth to be treated using a dental dam. A 6 inch square of thin rubber which effectively isolates the treatment area allowing the patient to totally relax knowing that there will be no water, chemicals or most importantly instruments which can escape into the mouth. This allows the patient to breathe and swallow normally and often are so relaxed they fall asleep. (pic 9)

Your dentist has referred you to an endodontist because he or she understands that you will benefit from the specialized training and experience that a root canal specialist can offer.read more

Myth #1 - Root canal treatment is painful.

False. A root canal does not cause pain. In fact, root canals are performed to relieve pain caused by inflammation of the pulp chamber (where the nerve is located) or a dental infection.read more

We are offering the latest in dental technology as well as the most advanced techniques to ensure the highest possible success of your root canal treatment.read more

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