Now Offering Gentle Wave Therapy
Why not extract the tooth?
Saving your natural tooth should always be your first choice for the best health and cosmetic results. Preserving your own teeth can help maintain efficient chewing, normal biting force, your natural appearance. Preserving your own tooth can also limit the need for more costly, ongoing dental work.
Here at Boston Center for Oral Health, we now offer an innovative complement to root canal therapy, GentleWave therapy.
Experience the GentleWave® Procedure, an innovative complement to standard root canal treatment. It presents a major advancement that helps us achieve our goal to effectively clean a tooth’s entire root canal system, no matter how complex. The root canal system consists of intricate channels for the nerves and blood vessels. We are always evaluating technological advancements and incorporating them into our practice when we believe that doing so will help us provide a higher level of care than previously possible and help us save more teeth for more of our patients.
The GentleWave® System delivers a broad range of sound waves within the complex anatomy found within the tooth, in concert with continuous fluid delivery. In a matter of minutes, this procedure results in complete cleaning and disinfecting of the entire network of canals. The incredible effectiveness of this system also allows us to conserve more tooth structure than ever before.
We are very proud to be able to offer this level of care to our patients. Dr. Christina Pastan is trained in the use of the GentleWave® System and will gladly answer any questions you may have about this exciting new technology.
The GentleWave root canal therapy allows our practitioners to provide a higher standard of clean. Unlike traditional root canal treatments which include biomechanical means to remove infected tissue, the GentleWave procedure offers a minimally invasive technique to effectively clean and disinfect, while preserving the integrity of the tooth.
Contact our office today to see if you might be a good candidate for this innovative and non-invasive therapy for the treatment of root canal injury.