Microscopic Root-Canal Retreatment
Innovative microscope technologies
Because of our special training and expertise, we are now able to retreat even failed root-canals with a very high rate of success, deploying brand new techniques and modern technologies like the microscope.
This picture shows the situation before the root-canal retreatment.
- Inflammation in the jaw bone
- Under-filled infected root-canal system
Establishing access to the root canals require crowns, fillings and posts to be removed.
After the removal of the old root-canal filling, the canals can be cleaned and the inside of the tooth be thoroughly examined. This will identify previously undiscovered canal systems and any complex root-canal anatomy.
After cleaning the root-canal system it is filled and the tooth is sealed with temporary cement .
When necessary, the tooth is prepared for the insertion of a post.
A tooth after successful root-canal treatment and restorative treatment, showing regeneration of the bone.
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Friday: 8.00 am – 1.00 pm
Our goal is to provide the best possible dental care for our patients. You are welcome to contact us by phone or online, by filling out our contact form.