Endodontic treatments are a part of dentistry that deals with diagnosing and treating the tooth's inner elements: dental pulp, root, nerves and tissue. (Endo means inside in Greek). The pulp may get injured, infected or damaged, leading to decay, and timely treatment can save the tooth and prevent tooth loss.
Each tooth has canals which hold the blood supply, tissue and nerves for the tooth, keeping it strong, nourished and healthy. This tissue, the tooth pulp, plays a critical role in the tooth's health. When the pulp gets damaged or infected, or bacteria in the canal multiply, it affects the tooth's function.
Endodontics helps preserve the tooth's natural structure with root canal care by removing infections, bacteria and other debris in the pulp or tooth.
When the dental pulp is infected, you will experience signs and symptoms that all is not well with the affected tooth. Dental pulp can cause damaged tooth decay (bacterial build-up) or get exposed due to trauma, injury or repeated procedures.
If you experience these signs, you must seek an immediate dental appointment:
Endodontics is a rapidly evolving field, and it is critical to keep abreast of its breakthroughs to give patients the best treatment and care. Skilled endodontists are always abreast of the latest developments to ensure they provide the best treatment for their patients.
American Hospital Dental Institute's endodontists are highly experienced and knowledgeable and use the most advanced techniques to enable the best outcomes.
Canal preparation skills: One of the crucial skills in endodontic procedures is cleaning and handling the root canal. It is a highly dexterous skill that calls for precision and knowledge to ensure the canal is thoroughly and safely cleaned with no bacteria residue. It means you will never have a recurring problem with that tooth. Our endodontists assure you of the best talents in this critical area.
Advanced techniques: Our endodontists use high-powered microscopes for enhanced visibility and precision and employ the latest digital imaging, such as cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT), for detailed images of the tooth's internal structure. It enables accurate diagnosis and treatment.
Up-to-date facilities: We use the latest biomaterials and endodontic instruments to provide you with the most effective treatments.
Root canal treatments require experience, precise skills and employing the latest techniques with expertise. Once you get a root canal done, you should rest assured the relief is for keeps. With our endodontists, you get long-term results with maximum comfort and safety.
Call us at +971 43775500 to learn more about our Endodontic treatments and schedule an appointment with our dental experts.