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  •  Resorption /christchurch endodontic practice
    healing or it may be progressive resulting in a large portion of the root being lost In some cases the area of resorption is replaced by bone Diagnosing the type of resorption is key to its management Some types of resorption are repair related and require no treatment other than periodic observation Other resorptions are inflammation related often associated with infection of the root canal requiring prompt treatment to halt

    Original URL path: http://www.endodontic.co.nz/resorption.html (2016-05-01)
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  • Failed Root Filling /christchurch endodontic practice
    and then placing a good seal within the root canal and a restoration over the top of the tooth If any of these stages are inadequate or unable to be done completely then infection may develop or persist around the root A failing root filling will usually present as an abscess at the end of the root but also pain and or swelling may also been seen Occasionally teeth with

    Original URL path: http://www.endodontic.co.nz/failed-root-filling.html (2016-05-01)
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  • Chronic Pain /christchurch endodontic practice
    frustration for patients and dentists alike While the pain may be in or around a tooth the cause of the pain is not the tooth There are dental specialists who are able to advise and help patients with chronic pain The role of the endodontist in this area is to eliminate other causes of pain thereby helping to make a diagnosis of chronic pain Unfortunately some patients may present with

    Original URL path: http://www.endodontic.co.nz/chronic-pain.html (2016-05-01)
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  • Knocked out teeth /christchurch endodontic practice
    has been knocked out has a good chance of surviving if the tooth is repositioned back into the socket as quickly as possible If this is not possible then it should be carefully stored to keep the tissue on the outside of the tooth alive The key points are 1 Replant the tooth if possible as soon as possible The tooth may need a quick clean under water but do

    Original URL path: http://www.endodontic.co.nz/knocked-out-teeth.html (2016-05-01)
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  • Root Canal Treatment /christchurch endodontic practice
    difficult to find and negotiate these fine canals and an operating microscope is of great help The abscess usually does not need to be removed but heals by itself once the root canals have been properly cleaned Usually the root canals are temporarily filled with an antiseptic paste for 1 2 weeks before the final root filling is placed The benefit of this is that it appears to give a

    Original URL path: http://www.endodontic.co.nz/root-canal-treatment.html (2016-05-01)
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  • Root canal retreatment /christchurch endodontic practice
    continued pain Often the cause of this is one of the root canals has not been treated or there is still infection within the roots In these cases redoing the root canal treatment cleaning all of the canals and removing the infection from within the root canals will allow any abscess to heal or and pain to resolve A careful analysis of these cases will be made to assess whether

    Original URL path: http://www.endodontic.co.nz/root-canal-retreatment.html (2016-05-01)
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  • Restorations /christchurch endodontic practice
    well as restore the tooth The restoration material may be made in amalgam composite while plastic type material ceramic porcelain gold or may be a temporary material Each has their benefits and potential problems which will be taken into account as well as the patient s preference A tooth that is vital nerve still alive may experience some sensitivity especially to cold following a restoration This is normal but should

    Original URL path: http://www.endodontic.co.nz/restorations.html (2016-05-01)
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  • Pulpotomy /christchurch endodontic practice
    Clinical Examples Pulpotomy If the dental pulp nerve has been exposed from dental trauma then the pulp may be kept alive with a procedure called a pulpotomy This is where approximately 2mm of the surface of the pulp is removed and a special material is placed over the pulp to seal the area and keep the pulp alive The success of this procedure for those pulps that are healthy to

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