What is Root Canal Treatment?

Root canal treatment is a treatment method that ends with the removal of the soft tissues (Dental Pulp) in the natural cavity called root canal inside the hard tissue of infected or decayed teeth, cleaning the inside of the tooth and then filling the cavity.

What is the Differential Diagnosis and Treatment of Orofacial Pain (Oral and Facial Pain)?

The differential diagnosis and treatment of Orofacial Pain is to diagnose the pain felt in the mouth, jaw and face for more than three months, and to perform appropriate treatments if the pain originates from the teeth and surrounding tissues.

What is the Prevention of Pulp Diseases?

Prevention of pulp diseases is the treatment of pulp diseases that occur after the dentin canals are exposed due to cracks and fractures in the tooth enamel, caries and abrasion, with various methods.

What is Vital Pulp Therapy?

Vital Pulp Therapy is a treatment that ensures the preservation of the pulp, which is of great importance in keeping the tooth in the mouth, due to its nutrition, defense and biosensor function that detects pathogenic stimuli.

What is Retreatment (Repeat of Failed Root Canal Treatments)?

Retreatment (Repeat of Failed Root Canal Treatments) is the re-treatment of root canal treatments that have been done before but have failed for various reasons.

What is the Treatment of Traumatized Teeth?

Treatment of traumatized teeth is the endodontic treatment applied in dental injuries that cause tooth fracture, displacement, separation or crushing of supporting tissues.

What are Endodontic Surgery?

Endodontic surgical applications are applications made to the part inside the bone of the infected teeth that are exposed to a chronic or widespread infection and where root canal treatment alone will not be sufficient, by surgical intervention.

What is the Bleaching of Endodontically Treated Teeth?

Bleaching of endodontically treated teeth is the process of whitening the teeth that have lost their vitality and lost their bright color by keeping the bleaching agent placed in the pulp chamber for a certain period of time.