ENDODONTICS IN ANTERIOR TEETH
What is the treatment?
Endodontics of unirradicular teeth is usually performed in the central incisors, lateral and canine incisors, both in the upper jaw and in the jaw, and also in the lower premolars.
How is it performed?
It will be necessary to anesthetize the area in which it will act. Subsequently, a hole is made in the crown of the tooth to be able to access the pulp and extract it, proceeding to clean the duct before sealing and sealing it.
During the procedure the tooth will be fully numb and isolated from the rest of the mouth, thus avoiding contact of the disinfection products with the rest of the teeth and soft tissues.
Further monitoring will be necessary to verify the effectiveness and evolution of the treatment.