Dental repair and treatment are the foundation of each successful work in dental practice. Cavity is the most widespread ailment in humans. First cavity symptoms are appearances of black/brownish discoloration, increased tooth sensitivity (pain) to cold, and tooth sensitivity (pain) to sweets. Moreover, the appearance of black lines around a previously placed filling and the sensitivity of these teeth can indicate a new cavity development. These conditions require interventions that are painless in most cases and are done after a single visit to a dentist, while the tooth tissue damage remains minimal.
It is necessary to remove the rot entirely and insert an adequate filling.

If the cavity isn’t treated on time, it spreads and overtakes most of the tooth. The repairs are more demanding, longer, and usually painful, and therefore done with the help of local anesthesia.
On top of that, “neglected” cavity can lead to dental pulp (nerve) inflammation. These ailments are characterized by the emergence of spontaneous, pulsating, and strong pains, pains while biting, and even swollen teeth or a swelling over one side of a jaw. In these cases, it is necessary to administer an endodontic therapy (a root extraction). In our clinic, we provide the most modern tooth treatment by using endodontic equipment. First, it is necessary to locate all existing tooth root canals, precisely determine their lengths, and finally, fill the tooth definitively. All of these processes are accompanied with corresponding X-rays used to double- and triple-check the precision and success of our therapies.

The appearance of periapical lesions (processes) and revisions of previous inadequate treatments fall into the domain of endodontic therapy. We approach these problems with utmost caution and commitment.

With adequate treatment, we can save numerous teeth from extractions and surgical procedures. We must fight for each tooth because, once it is taken out, cannot be returned to its original place.