Root Canal Treatments in Hungary
Updated on Tuesday 30th August 2016
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Root canal treatments in Hungary, also known as endodontic treatments, are dental treatments abroad which treat infections at the center of the teeth. By undergoing a root canal treatment, dentists try to save the tooth that is damaged by trauma or decay by eliminating the bacteria from the root canal system.
In order to fully comprehend the root canal treatments in Hungary, it is helpful to know a little bit about the tooth anatomy. A tooth is made of two parts:
• The crown: the part which is visible from the mouth;
• The root: it extends into the jaw bone, fixing the tooth into its place.
The root canal system comprises the dental pulp (made up of soft tissue which contains nerves and blood vessels) which spreads from the crown to the end of the root.
A tooth can have more root canals.
What does the root canal treatment in Hungary consist of?
If a tooth is threatened by decay or cracking by a possible future infection, a pulpectomy (removal of the dental pulp tissue) can be performed in order to avoid such an infection.
The root canal treatment in Hungary is a procedure that requires skills and takes time. Most treatments will require several visits to the dentist abroad. After the infected pulp is removed, any abscesses will also be drained. Then, the root canal is cleaned and shaped so that it can fit the filling. A temporary filling is fixed in and the tooth is left to heal. At a later visit, the tooth is checked in order to verify that all the infections have cleared, and then the tooth is filled with a permanent filling.
Why root canal treatments in Hungary?
Hungary is a top dental tourism destination, with thousands of people from all over the world having root canal treatments done each month; the reason they choose Hungary for their dental holidays is because the treatments are cheap, fast, Hungarian dentists are highly skilled, their equipment is up-to-date, and they have the chance to visit a country which is located in the heart of Old Europe while having their treatments done.
Every year, more than a million dental tourists enter Hungary to treat their teeth, most of them coming from neighboring Austria, across Europe mainly from the U.K., and even from as far as the U.S. or Canada.
After Hungary entered the European Union in 2004, dentistry here is now regulated by the European legislation, particularly for health norms and consumer laws, making it as safe and dependable as anywhere else in Europe.
Are root canal treatments in Hungary for you?
It depends. However the answer is a definite yes if:
• You are in need of root canal treatments however you cannot afford to spend thousands of euros for such procedures at home;
• You would prefer to spend your hard earned money on something else than expensive dental treatments;
• You no not mind travelling to a foreign country, relaxing for several days and discovering a new city;
• You do not want to waste your time on a waiting list while your teeth are getting worse.
If you would like to schedule for a root canal treatment in Hungary, please contact us.