Endodontology

Modern endodontology

Root canal treatment

A root canal treatment is necessary in the cases of inflamed or even necrotic pulpa. The cause of this is bacteria entering the pulpa through tooth decay or an accident affecting the teeth. The infection hurts, the patient has trouble chewing and a hot/cold sensitivity – still, in some cases the inflammation even remains undiscovered. A root canal treatment is the final attempt to save the diseased teeth. During the root canal treatment the inflamed pulpa will be removed, the resulting cavity is disinfected and tightly sealed afterwards. Using the latest technology this treatment is highly successful.

Operating microscope

By using an operating microscope a precise and minimally invasive treatment even of the smallest tooth structures, such as the root canals, is possible.

Three-dimensional radiologic diagnostics

In complex cases, radiologic diagnostics are practised with help of a three-dimensional X-ray picture made by a digital volume tomography (DVT) in our office.

Isolation

The treated tooth will be isolated by means of a “coffer dam” which was dveloped in our office, to prevent any infection by bacteria from the saliva. For further information ▸

Conditioning and ultrasonic douche

The length of the root canal will be electronically defined and the infected tissue is removed with fine, flexible instruments. Afterwards, the root canal will be properly cleaned and disinfected. Depending on the tooh’s shape and position it may have one or more root canals.

Tight sealing of the root canal

To prevent a new bacterial infection the cavity is disinfected, filled up with a biocompatible substance and tightly sealed afterwards.

Treatment statistics

Endodontology: Annual treatment statistics

Microscopic root canal treatmentsapprox. 400

Save Your Tooth

The campaign SaveYourTooth (ErhalteDeinenZahn) is an initiative of the German Society for Endodontology and Dental Traumatology. On the website you can find scientifically sound information about the possibilities of modern endodontic treatment options (root canal treatment).

For further information ▸

Erhalte Deinen Zahn

Root canal treatment

A root canal treatment is necessary in the cases of inflamed or even necrotic pulpa. The cause of this is bacteria entering the pulpa through tooth decay or an accident affecting the teeth. The infection hurts, the patient has trouble chewing and a hot/cold sensitivity – still, in some cases the inflammation even remains undiscovered. A root canal treatment is the final attempt to save the diseased teeth. During the root canal treatment the inflamed pulpa will be removed, the resulting cavity is disinfected and tightly sealed afterwards. Using the latest technology this treatment is highly successful.

Operating microscope

By using an operating microscope a precise and minimally invasive treatment even of the smallest tooth structures, such as the root canals, is possible.

Three-dimensional radiologic diagnostics

In complex cases, radiologic diagnostics are practised with help of a three-dimensional X-ray picture made by a digital volume tomography (DVT) in our office.

Isolation

The treated tooth will be isolated by means of a “coffer dam” which was dveloped in our office, to prevent any infection by bacteria from the saliva. For further information ▸

Conditioning and ultrasonic douche

The length of the root canal will be electronically defined and the infected tissue is removed with fine, flexible instruments. Afterwards, the root canal will be properly cleaned and disinfected. Depending on the tooh’s shape and position it may have one or more root canals.

Tight sealing of the root canal

To prevent a new bacterial infection the cavity is disinfected, filled up with a biocompatible substance and tightly sealed afterwards.

Treatment statistics

Endodontology: Annual treatment statistics

Microscopic root canal treatmentsapprox. 400

Save Your Tooth

The campaign SaveYourTooth (ErhalteDeinenZahn) is an initiative of the German Society for Endodontology and Dental Traumatology. On the website you can find scientifically sound information about the possibilities of modern endodontic treatment options (root canal treatment).

For further information ▸

Erhalte Deinen Zahn

Our office is located in the Bahnofstraße 24 in 79798 Jestetten, only about 5 kilometres away from the Swiss border. You can reach the practice within 20 minutes from Zurich Airport. The practice Dres. Horvath is situated directly opposite Jestetten station on the SBB line between Schaffhausen and Zurich. Time table information SBB ▸

Dental Clinic

Dr. Nicole Horvath
Orthodontist
Dr. Sebastian Horvath
Dentist
Prosthodontist (DGPro)
Dr. Domonkos Horvath
Dentist

Office hours

We are there for you during
the following office hours:

Monday: 07:30 - 15:30
Tuesday: 07:30 - 15:30
Wednesday: 10:30 - 18:30
Thursday: 07:30 - 15:30
Friday: 07:30 - 15:30

Contact information

Bahnhofstrasse 24
79798 Jestetten
Germany

Phone: +49 7745 7211
Email: kontakt@drhorvath.de
Website: www.drhorvath.de

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Information on dental emergency service, please contact the Deutsches Rotes Kreuz in Waldshut at the telephone number: +49 1803 222555-30

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