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Alternatively contact us on tel: 282 42 04 00 ( Portugal mainland) 291 00 33 00 (Madeira Island) or by email: email@example.com ( Portugal mainland) firstname.lastname@example.org (Madeira Island) .
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Endodontics is a field of Dentistry that treats pathologies associated with the dental pulp and nerve of the teeth.
Whenever the dental pulp is affected (by caries or fractures for example), endodontic treatment ("root treatment") is necessary which aims to save the tooth and surrounding tissue.
Endodontic treatments performed at the HPA Health Group are carried out using state of the art technology and the most up-to-date procedures available.
Volumetric CT Scan is an advanced diagnostic tool used in an examination when the treatment necessary requires additional precision.
Some procedures are carried out using high magnification equipment, reducing the time necessary in root canals treatment.
These are the most up-to-date procedures, based on canal disinfection protocols.
Thermoplastic techniques are used in root canal obturation which compact into a solid core filling, resulting in a three-dimensional obturation of the space left by the removal of the dental pulp and nerve of the tooth canal.