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THE PLACE TO GO FOR BEAUTIFUL AND HEALTHY TEETH

Toot­ha­che is extre­me­ly unplea­sant, but it has the clear func­tion of high­ligh­t­ing a defect or inflamma­ti­on that should be taken serious­ly. Visi­t­ing a den­tist with com­pre­hen­si­ve and modern dia­gnostic equip­ment can help you get to the root of the pro­blem. Toot­ha­che is often cau­sed by inflamma­ti­on in and around the root that is com­ple­te­ly invi­si­ble and, if unt­rea­ted, can rapidly lead to the loss of one or more teeth. Our pri­ma­ry goal is to pre­ser­ve your natu­ral tooth sub­s­tan­ce. As long as the­re is any hope, we do wha­te­ver we can to save disea­sed teeth. One of the tre­at­ment methods is root canal the­ra­py.

OUR GOAL IS TO PRESERVE YOUR NATURAL TOOTH SUBSTANCE. IF THIS IS NO LONGER POSSIBLE, WE EXPLAIN WHAT YOUR OPTIONS ARE.“

- Dr. med. dent. Katha­ri­na Büchel

ADVANCED ENDODONTICS USING LASER-ASSISTED TREATMENT

Infec­tions or inju­ries can dama­ge or des­troy the soft tis­sue insi­de the tooth (pulp). With an opti­mal healing pro­cess, a root canal can save a tooth that would other­wi­se have to be extrac­ted. Disea­sed or dead tis­sue is remo­ved from the tooth inte­rior and repla­ced with a spe­cial mate­ri­al. Even with major infec­tions and chro­nic inflamma­ti­on, our laser-assisted tre­at­ment achie­ves excel­lent results. We also work with pho­to-activa­ted the­ra­py.

This uses high­ly effec­tive light-activa­ted gel to dis­in­fect all of the cana­li­cu­li in the root and rid it of the bac­te­ria causing the inflamma­ti­on. In many cases, this modern and effec­tive method enab­les us to avo­id sur­ge­ry. Howe­ver, a com­pre­hen­si­ve dia­gnostic exami­na­ti­on is used to con­si­der in advan­ce which tre­at­ment will be more effec­tive for you in the long term. If the­re is no hope of saving a tooth, we will inform you and pro­vi­de com­pre­hen­si­ve advice on the various tre­at­ment methods avail­ab­le.

PATIENT TESTIMONIAL

At last I have no more pain”

I had seve­re toot­ha­che and when I went to the Jung Den­tal Cli­nic they dia­gno­sed an infla­med root. I had com­pre­hen­si­ve root canal the­ra­py using a laser and pho­to-activa­ted dis­in­fec­tion. Luck­i­ly the the­ra­py was suc­cess­ful – I didn’t need any sur­ge­ry and the tooth could be cured and saved. Final­ly the pain has gone!

Dr Gabrie­le Jung-Reg­ge­lin descri­bes the tre­at­ment: The situa­ti­on was par­ti­cu­lar­ly com­plex becau­se the inflamma­ti­on was loca­ted direc­t­ly on the man­di­bu­lar ner­ve (branch of the tri­ge­mi­nal ner­ve), mea­ning that root end sur­ge­ry was out of the ques­ti­on.

The tre­at­ment began by ope­ning up the root and exami­ning it using a high-reso­lu­ti­on ope­ra­ting micro­scope. The root canal was then clea­ned using ultra­sound to make sure that no infec­ted tis­sue remai­ned. A spe­cial laser was used to reach even the smal­lest canals in the tooth.

 The laser was also shot into the root canal to remo­ve the bac­te­ria from dif­fi­cult-to-reach are­as. Pho­to-activa­ted dis­in­fec­tion (PAD) was then per­for­med, during which a high­ly effec­tive gel was app­lied in the root canal and activa­ted using a spe­cial light. The gel extends the dis­in­fec­tion effect and thus also reaches the acces­so­ry canals. A cal­ci­um hydro­xi­de-based medi­ca­ti­on was then app­lied, also for dis­in­fec­tion pur­po­ses. Releasing cal­ci­um encou­ra­ged bone rege­ne­ra­ti­on. The medi­ca­ti­on was then reap­p­lied every six weeks.

Once the root canal had been tho­rough­ly clea­ned, it was fil­led: thanks to modern den­ti­stry and high-tech tre­at­ment methods, it was pos­si­ble to save this tooth wit­hout the risk of dama­ging the man­di­bu­lar ner­ve. The bone defect was ful­ly trea­ted. Six mon­ths later, the tooth was ful­ly hea­led and free from pain.

ROOT CANAL THERAPY

  • In advan­ce: com­pre­hen­si­ve dia­gno­sis and pre­ci­se tre­at­ment plan­ning, inclu­ding weig­hing up the chan­ces of saving an infec­ted tooth
  • Pre­ser­va­ti­on of your natu­ral tooth sub­s­tan­ce by means of root canal the­ra­py or root end sur­ge­ry
  • Laser-assisted tre­at­ment for a hig­her chan­ce of suc­cess
  • Pho­to-activa­ted dis­in­fec­tion (PAD): a high­ly effec­tive light-activa­ted gel is used to dis­in­fect all cana­li­cu­li
  • Use of a micro­scope for a pre­cisi­on pro­ce­du­re

WE EXPLAIN WHAT YOUR OPTIONS ARE.“

TOOTH SUBSTANCE. IF THIS IS NO LONGER POSSIBLE,

OUR GOAL IS TO PRESERVE YOUR NATURAL

Dr. med. dent.

Katha­ri­na Büchel

YOUR OPTIONS ARE.“

POSSIBLE, WE EXPLAIN WHAT

TOOTH SUBSTANCE. IF THIS IS NO LONGER

OUR GOAL IS TO PRESERVE YOUR NATURAL

Dr. med. dent.

Katha­ri­na Büchel

WHY A DENTAL CLINIC?

The Jung Dental Clinic offers services that no conventional dental practice can.
  • High-tech, next-genera­ti­on tech­ni­cal equip­ment of the hig­hest inter­na­tio­nal stan­dards
  • Top experts for every area of tre­at­ment under one roof
  • Gene­ral ana­es­the­sia admi­nis­te­red by high­ly spe­cia­li­sed ana­es­the­sio­lo­gists in a safe medi­cal envi­ron­ment in our own ana­es­the­sio­lo­gy depart­ment
  • In-house den­tal lab for quick respon­se times
  • Exclu­si­ve­ly cer­ti­fied, bio­com­pa­ti­ble, top-qua­li­ty mate­ri­als in all are­as
  • Anxie­ty- and pain-free tre­at­ment even in extre­me cases
  • 25 years’ expe­ri­ence with over 50,000 implant sur­gi­cal tre­at­ments per­for­med
  • Effi­ci­ent time manage­ment for short tre­at­ment times
  • Sta­te-of-the art com­pu­ter tomo­gra­phy (CT) for safe tre­at­ment: mul­ti­ple CT ima­ging for accu­ra­te 3D dia­gnostics as nee­ded

WE KEEP OUR PROMISES. SEE FOR YOURSELF.