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Endodontic dental treatments are procedures that focus on the inside of the tooth, specifically the dental pulp and root canal system. These treatments are typically used to treat tooth decay or infection that has reached the innermost part of the tooth, where the nerves and blood vessels are located. Endodontic dental treatments can help to save damaged or infected teeth and prevent the need for extraction.

The most common type of endodontic dental treatment is a root canal. This procedure involves removing the infected or damaged pulp from the tooth, cleaning and disinfecting the root canal system, and filling it with a biocompatible material to prevent further infection. In some cases, a crown may be placed on top of the tooth to provide additional support and protection. Other endodontic dental treatments may include apicoectomy, which involves removing the tip of the root if it is infected or damaged, or pulpotomy, which involves removing only the infected or damaged portion of the pulp. Overall, endodontic dental treatments are important for saving damaged or infected teeth and preserving the patient's natural smile.


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