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Biological dentist, Dr. Titania Tong of Central HK, proudly offers root canal treatment to save the natural tooth

root canal treatments from Biological Dentist in Central HK

When there has been disease, infection, or trauma to the pulp in the inner portion of the tooth, patients may need to consider root canal therapy. Dr. Titania Tong is a biological dentist in the area of Central, HK who proudly provides endodontic treatments.

What is root canal therapy?

Root canal therapy, or endodontic therapy, is a treatment used to save the structure of a natural tooth and eliminate the need to extract the tooth. This procedure is done right in the dental office and has several benefits. Root canal therapy:

  • Saves a natural tooth
  • Eliminates the cost of replacement with implants, bridges, or dentures
  • Uses biocompatible materials to keep the tooth healthy
  • Is performed with proper anesthetic for a pain free procedure

The procedure requires the dentist to access the inner portion of the tooth. Dr. Titania Tong then removes the inner mass of tissues called the dental pulp. It is very important to disinfect the inner parts of the roots to thoroughly eliminate as much bacteria as possible to prevent recurring infection. To this end Dr. Tong uses non chemical ozonized water and ozone gas to disinfect the canal system. Finally the canals are sealed by a biocompatible filling material. The tooth can then be restored by using composite resin filling or ultimately the stronger prosthesis of a dental crown. The entire process can be done quickly and easily over a few visits in the office.

Schedule a consultation appointment today

If you are interested in learning more about the procedure called root canal therapy, now is a wonderful time to visit Dr. Titania Tong of Central Hong Kong. She is a biological dentist who is committed to ensuring treatments are beneficial for patients. Call her practice today at 852 2810 1801 to make a consultation appointment.

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