Root canal treatment of milk element
Opening the tooth cavity in a milk element, emptying the tooth cavity, determining the length of the canal, making the canal accessible for leaching (irrigation), irrigation, partial cleaning of the canal, inclusion of e.g. calcium hydroxide, and temporary closure of the canal.
Canal filling of e.g. gutta-percha or MTA in combination with root canal cement.
- radiological operations
- operations necessary to prepare the root canal treatment.
- cost of special materials, such as MTA
- final restoration
- insulation by means of rubber dam