Endodontic Therapy (Denervation)

Is a procedure, inside the root of the tooth, during which the nerve is removed or the remains (dead or alive) of the nerve/pulp of the tooth.

The root canals of the tooth on which the nerve is situated, are widened and disinfected. At the end, they are sealed with proper materials so the patient’s root canal is once again in a healthy condition.

For a more effective therapy, lasers are used, which have the ability to reach places which cannot be sanitized in a chemical or mechanical way. The result is highly effective and can be achieved within only one (1) visit.