If the tooth is damaged to such extent that the dental pulp will be close to the surface or even opens up (due to caries or a possible accident), a root canal treatment is required.
In this case we empty the contents of the root canal in anesthesia, rinse it with a cleaning liquid and dry it. Then we insert a desinfectant into the canal. We seal the tooth temporarily for a few days or weeks.

Subsequently, if the tooth was asymptomatic, the desinfective agent is washed out, the canal is dried and a final filling is applied into it.
As a last step we can stop the teeth the conventional way, or we can add a crown onto it, if it’s necessary.


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