Stomatologia RAHMA

microscopic root canal treatment

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endodontic treatment with the use of a specialized microscope allows the dentist to very precisely perform the procedure of removing dead or altered pulp from inside the tooth (root canals).

the microscope, with its significant magnification and excellent illumination, enables the dentist to carry out the endodontic treatment procedure with the utmost precision.

microscopic root canal treatment offers the possibility to treat even the most complex cases in a short time. the procedure is performed under local anesthesia and is typically entirely painless.

prolonged decay process not only damages the enamel but also causes changes in deeper tooth tissues. if such complications arise, endodontic treatment is required, commonly referred to as root canal treatment. this is the most effective method of treating teeth in which the pulp has undergone irreversible inflammation.

in endodontic treatment, x-ray images are necessary, often including 3d imaging. these images allow for precise determination of the length, shape, and number of root canals. after their preparation, the dentist fills them with a dedicated material, which protects against reinfection by blocking the path for bacteria.


a very important aspect of endodontic treatment is the way and the time in which it is performed. for such a treatment process to be successful, it requires the dentist to have knowledge, manual dexterity, and most importantly, extensive experience.

to ensure the success of such a procedure, the use of the latest technologies and tools that make the treatment as comfortable as possible for the patient is essential.

a rubber dam is a barrier used to isolate teeth during dental procedures. Its use provides the best results by:

  • creating an aseptic barrier,
  • maintaining a dry operative field throughout the procedure,
  • increasing access to the operative field,
  • ensuring better visibility of the operative field.

by using a rubber dam, patient safety is increased by preventing the aspiration of instruments and chemicals used during treatment.

mechanical root canal shaping

an important phase of endodontic treatment is the biomechanical shaping of root canals. it involves the thorough cleaning and proper shaping of the canal walls in such a way that it allows for a tight sealing of its lumen with a biocompatible material. currently, there is a growing shift away from the traditional method of manual root canal shaping. this method is often associated with the need for frequently painful treatment over several long visits.

thanks to the new method of mechanical root canal shaping systems, the treatment process is not only much shorter but is also often painless. with the use of modern devices, treatment outcomes are more predictable, and the visits are much more pleasant

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frequently asked questions - FAQ

  1. does root canal treatment cause pain?

    thanks to the effective local anesthesia applied by every dentist at rahma dental clinic in poznań, no patient needs to fear pain during root canal treatment. we take advantage of this opportunity to ensure comfort for patients, so they do not have to be afraid of their visit.

  2. how long does a root canal treatment procedure take?

    in the past, dentists used to spread root canal treatment over several visits, but in the age of technological advancement and increasingly better tools and preparations, rahma dental clinic in poznań guarantees that in many cases, an effective procedure can be performed in just one visit. we have excellent tools and methods, so the entire process runs smoothly. in cases where it is necessary to split the procedure into several appointments, clients are appropriately informed.

  3. how is the decision made between root canal treatment and tooth extraction?

    the decision of whether to opt for microscopic root canal treatment lies solely with the patients. however, they should remember that in many cases, this is the only method to save natural teeth. it is worth addressing root canal treatment because only then can a prosthodontist restore the tooth to full functionality.

  4. in what situations is root canal treatment necessary?

    due to a tooth injury or the action of bacteria, inflammatory conditions or pulp necrosis often occur, causing pain in patients. in such cases, the only solution to save the tooth is root canal treatment.