Single-visit Treatment - Treating Infected Tooth - Endodontics Surgery

Laser Endodontic Treatment

We offer a range of top-quality services to cater to all your dental needs. One of our specialized treatments is laser endodontic treatment, which is a modern and innovative solution to save your natural teeth.

Laser Endodontic Treatment
Achieve Quicker and Improved Outcomes through Laser Dentistry

Laser endodontic treatment

 Also known as laser-assisted root canal therapy, is a minimally invasive and highly effective dental procedure that utilizes laser technology to remove infected or damaged tissue from inside the tooth. This treatment is an advanced alternative to traditional root canal therapy, which involves the use of dental drills and manual files.

Benefits of laser endodontic treatment

Our experienced and skilled dental team is dedicated to providing our patients with the highest quality of care and the latest advancements in dental technology. We will work with you to ensure that you receive personalized treatment that meets your individual needs.

Laser Single-Visit Treatment

Laser endodontic treatment

Our laser single-visit treatment is an innovative and efficient alternative to traditional root canal therapy. This treatment uses laser technology to remove infected tissue and bacteria from the tooth and its root canals, while preserving healthy tissue. This minimally invasive procedure can often be completed in a single appointment, reducing the need for multiple visits to the dentist. Patients typically experience minimal discomfort and a faster recovery time.

Experience the Power of Laser Dentistry for Faster, Better Results

If you are experiencing tooth pain or other symptoms, don't wait to seek treatment. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about how laser endodontic treatment can help restore your dental health.


Advantages of laser single-visit treatment

At our dental clinic, we are committed to providing our patients with the latest in dental technology and techniques. If you are experiencing tooth pain or other symptoms, contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about how laser single-visit treatment can help restore your dental health

Treating Infected Tooth

An infected tooth can cause a great deal of pain and discomfort, and if left untreated, can lead to serious health problems. At our clinic, we provide comprehensive treatment for infected teeth, including root canal therapy, laser-assisted root canal therapy, and extraction. Our dental team will work with you to determine the best course of treatment for your individual needs, and will provide compassionate care to ensure your comfort and wellbeing throughout the process.

Treating Infected Tooth

Endodontic Surgery

Endodontic surgery is a specialized procedure that is used to treat complex cases of infected or damaged teeth. This procedure involves making a small incision in the gum tissue to access the root of the tooth, where the infected or damaged tissue is removed. Our experienced dental team utilizes the latest in surgical technology, including lasers, to perform this procedure with precision and accuracy. Patients typically experience minimal discomfort and a faster recovery time compared to traditional surgical techniques.

What Endodontic Surgery Use For ?

One of the most common types of endodontic surgery is an apicoectomy, also known as a root-end resection. This procedure involves removing the tip of the tooth’s root and any infected tissue, and then filling the end of the root with a biocompatible material to prevent further infection.

which is typically recommended when only one or two roots of a multi-rooted tooth are infected or damaged. During a hemisection, our dental team will remove the affected root(s) and any associated tissue, leaving the remaining healthy root(s) intact.

Following endodontic surgery, our dental team will provide detailed instructions for post-operative care to ensure proper healing and recovery. We will also schedule follow-up appointments to monitor your progress and ensure that your dental health is fully restored.

Before and After


Meet Our Doctors

Our administration and support staff all have exceptional people skills and trained to assist you with all medical enquiries. Doctors will be available from 8 am : 12 am , kindly call to confirm your Appointment.

Frequently Asked Questions

Symptoms such as severe tooth pain, sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures, and swelling or tenderness in the gums may indicate the need for Endodontic Treatment.
Recovery time can vary depending on the individual case, but most people are able to return to their normal activities within a few days after the procedure.
In many cases, a dental crown is recommended after Endodontic Treatment to protect and strengthen the treated tooth.
While Endodontic Treatment may cause some discomfort during the procedure, local anesthesia is used to numb the area and minimize pain.
Leaving a damaged or infected tooth untreated can lead to further complications such as abscesses or tooth loss.
It's best to avoid hard or crunchy foods for a few days after Endodontic Treatment, but most people are able to resume their normal diet relatively quickly.
Yes, Endodontic Treatment is a safe and common procedure performed by dental professionals. The use of modern technology and techniques has made the procedure even safer and more effective.
In some cases, antibiotics may be prescribed after Endodontic Treatment to prevent or treat infection. It's important to follow your dental professional's instructions regarding antibiotics and any other post-treatment care recommendations.