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Root Canal Treatment

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Special offer – Cerec crown & veneer (done in one visit) – 357 Eur.
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Fillings from 24 EUR
Crown Build up from Amalgam, Composite 42 EUR
Tooth with one root canal treatment by general doctor 50 EUR
Tooth with two root canal treatment by general doctor 64 EUR
Tooth with three root canal treatment by general doctor 78 EUR
Tooth with four canal treatment by general doctor 100 EUR
Tooth with one root canal treatment by endodontist 85 EUR
Tooth with two root canal treatment by endodontist 114 EUR
Tooth with three three root canal treatment by endodontist 171 EUR
Tooth with four four root canal treatment by endodontist 200 EUR
One visit under microscope 71 EUR
Root canal retreatment price is the matter of difficulty
Preventive and Bleaching
Oral hygiene 50 EUR
Teeth whitening in office treatment – full mouth bleaching 164 EUR
Periodontal treatment – 1 quadrant 57 EUR
Extraction 35 EUR
Implants SEMADOS 470 EUR
Sinus lift 428 – 642 EUR
Bone grafting from 214 EUR
Temporary crown 40 EUR
Porcelain fused to metal crown 242 EUR
Cerec crown( done in office in one visit) 357 EUR
Metal inlay 71 EUR
Ceramic inlay 171 EUR
Zirconium inlay 228 EUR
Ceramic veneer, Cerec ( done in one visit) 357 EUR
Dentures 142 – 342 EUR
Metal ceramic crown on implant 500 EUR
Metal braces 407 EUR
Gold braces 500 EUR
Zirconium braces 550 EUR
Lingual braces 2142 EUR
Dental x-ray 5 EUR
Digital orthopanthomography 21 EUR
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Before and After

What is a root canal?

Each nerve enters the tooth at the apex of its root (or roots). From the entry place to the nerve pulp chamber along the entire length of the tooth there are narrow canals – the root canals of the tooth. People can have up to four canals in every tooth depending on its anatomy. The number of canals in the molar can vary from 2 to 4, in the premolars and cuspids – from 1 to 2 and the incisors usually have only 1 canal.

If the pulp is damaged or infected, a canal procedure is needed. The most common reasons of pulp damage are following:

1. A tooth decay problem. Tooth decay penetrates through the enamel and dentin in to the pulp.
2. A tooth infection.
3. A tooth trauma. If the tooth is chipped or broken, it causes the exposure of the nerve.
4. The past trauma that didn’t get proper treatment or the aging usually results into the slow dying of the tooth.

If an infected or dead pulp is not treated immediately, it will cause the occurrence of the pus, forming the abscess, at the end of the root. The abscess can destroy the bone under the tooth and cause intense pain. In addition, the canal infection can result into the swelling that can spread to the neck, face or head.


Treatment procedure – is pretty much the cleaning of the tooth canal (the part that was originally occupied by the nervous tissue). The cleaning is performed to remove the bacteria accumulating in it. The treatment of this kind is performed in 6 steps.

Step 1
Tooth anesthesia.

Step 2
The dentist uses a rubber dam, which is placed over your mouth, to isolate you tooth from the saliva and keep it dry. During the treatment the dentist will use chemical solutions to disinfect the tooth inside. The rubber dam will prevent the ingress of the solutions into the moth.

Step 3
The dentist will drill a hole through the tooth into the pulp chamber where the nerve is located.

Step 4
The dentist will remove the nerve and all the infected tissue from the tooth. Sometimes the dentist may need the x-ray to determine the root length. It’s important to remove all the infected parts in order to prevent re-infection. This part of the procedure is usually the longest.

Step 5
When the cleaning out of the tooth is finished, the dentist dries it with absorbent paper points. Then the special material called “gutta percha” is placed into the tooth. This material is used to seal the inside part of the tooth.

Step 6
Your dentist removes the remaining decay and decides whether to put a temporally or permanent filling on to close the tooth. Then the dentist places the crown on your tooth to strengthen it.

Recovering process
The canal cleaning procedure is difficult and your tooth will be sore. Our dentist may recommend you a pain reliever and antibiotics in some cases. Our specialists will do their best to treat your teeth.