Endodontic Surgery

Endodontic Surgery

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Endodontic Surgery is a method which could be applied in teeth that are too infected to be treated with canal treatment. If the problem is chronic in the infected teeth and if it is a wide infection, canal treatment will not suffice on its own. In these cases, the part of tooth which is inside the bone is intervened surgically. In infected teeth of which canals are obstructed, endodontic surgery may be tried. Endodontic surgery is applied under local anesthesia to the part of the troubled tooth which is located under the gingival. Endodontic surgery methods could be applied to the teeth which had canal treatment before but did not get better. In these cases, the infected area is opened and infected tissue remnants are cleared from the mouth and it is closed back. Teeth that are applied endodontic surgery are kept under radiological control in certain time periods. Controls continue to a year. Tissues that may cause failure which should be removed are eliminated in the surgery. Canal treatment is applied before the procedure. After the surgery, the operation site should be cleaned in the first 10 days, patient should obey doctor’s advices. Patient-doctor cooperation is the most important factor that affects healing such as şn all surgical interventions.

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