Endodontics is the dentistry brach in which the dental pulp (dental nerve-vessel package) and teeth surrounding the root of the dentistry is interested in the treatment of diseases.
Endodontic treatment is the removal of the root ducts of the inflamed or dead tooth pulp (nerve), which causes pain, abscess and cyst formation in the teeth, and the filling of this cavity with a substance that is not harmful to health.
If a correct and healthy canal treatment is performed and the patient is careful about oral care, then the oral period of the tooth is no different from a normal tooth.
The success rate of endodontic treatment increases with advances in technology. The success rate of a canal treatment in accordance with the rules is as high as 90-95%.
If the root treatment is unsuccessful, the channel treatment may be repaired or, if necessary, surgical intervention may be performed on the root of the tooth. Dental treatment should be considered when the canal treatment is reversible and the surgical procedure is not successful.