Endodontics – root canal treatment
Once a tooth has fallen ill – for example, tooth decay, bacteria can quickly invade and infect and destroy the tissue of the tooth interior, the so-called pulp (pulp). It comes to the root inflammation, which can assume different degrees of severity. Often, the person initially reacts strongly to exogenous stimuli (such as heat and cold), later can also be accompanied by redness, swelling and throbbing pain.
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How is the therapy of root inflammation going?
At the beginning of endodontic treatment, the affected tooth is anesthetized and the oral cavity is well sealed with a rubber dam for protection. To enable your dentist to penetrate the root canals, they are exposed using highly flexible nickel-titanium disposable files. Now, a measurement of the root canals by means of endometry (electrical resistance measurement). Following the actual cleaning of the disclosed channels. In order to really achieve a 100% sterility and to reach the bacterial herds, which are difficult to reach with conventional methods, we use in Turkey both ultrasonic rinsing solutions as well as a diode laser.
Periodontics – The teaching of the periodontium apparatus
There are three main forms of disease that are most frequently observed in periodontology: gingivitis, which is a pure inflammation of the gums, periodontitis, which also affects the bones, and peri-implantitis Inflammation of the bone, which surrounds a dental implant. All periodontal diseases are triggered by bacteria, which in larger quantities (“biofilm”) – irritate the gums – mostly due to lack of dental and oral hygiene.
The most frequently observed form is periodontitis – or colloquial periodontitis. This is subdivided into a chronic (slowly progressing process) and a rarely occurring aggressive periodontitis (rapidly progressing process).
How is periodontitis treated?
The goal of any periodontal dental treatment is to completely remove all soft and hard plaque residue on the teeth – both above and below the gum. Often, a thorough cleaning of the periodontal pockets, which have formed due to the gum recession, is sufficient to eliminate all bacteria. If not, surgery performed by microscope magnification in combination with regenerative measures or plastic corrections (for example, using the finest sutures) may lead to the desired result. For particularly aggressive bacterial strains, additional antibiotic therapy is recommended.
After about 4-6 weeks, an intermediate check is made with your dentist so that this success and the further course of the treatment can be evaluated. In general, around 3-4 additional periodontal treatments are required within the following year to minimize further risk.