At Siri Dental Hospital, we provide Apicectomy treatment, also known as root-end surgery, to treat persistent infections in the root tip (apex) of a tooth. This procedure is typically performed when a root canal treatment has failed, and the infection persists. Here’s everything you need to know about our Apicectomy treatment:


An Apicectomy is an endodontic surgical procedure that involves removing the infected or inflamed tissue from the root tip of a tooth, along with the apex of the tooth root (the “apico” part). It aims to treat persistent infections and save the tooth from extraction.

Why choose Siri Dental Hospital for Apicectomy treatment?

Experienced Endodontists:

Our team of skilled endodontists specializes in performing Apicectomy treatments. They have extensive experience and expertise in treating root canal-related infections and are committed to providing the best possible care.

Advanced Technology:

We use state-of-the-art technology, such as digital imaging and microscopes, to accurately diagnose and plan the Apicectomy procedure. This ensures precise treatment and better outcomes.

Personalized Treatment:

Our approach is patient-centered, and we take the time to understand your unique dental needs. We will guide you through the treatment process, answer all your questions, and ensure your comfort throughout the procedure.

Comprehensive Aftercare:

Following the Apicectomy procedure, we provide thorough aftercare instructions to promote proper healing and optimal results. We also schedule follow-up visits to monitor your progress and address any concerns you may have.

What is the process of Apicectomy treatment?


During your initial consultation, our endodontist will examine your tooth and assess the extent of the infection. They will explain the Apicectomy procedure in detail, discuss the potential risks and benefits, and address any concerns or questions you may have.

Preoperative Phase:

Before the Apicectomy procedure, our team will ensure that you are comfortable and relaxed. This may involve the administration of local anesthesia to numb the area around the tooth.

Surgical Procedure:

The endodontist will make a small incision in the gum tissue near the infected tooth, gaining access to the root tip. They will carefully remove the infected tissue and the apex of the tooth root. They may also use an ultrasonic instrument to clean the root canal.

Postoperative Care:

It is important to follow the postoperative instructions provided by our endodontist. These instructions may include taking prescribed medications, avoiding certain foods, practicing good oral hygiene, and attending follow-up appointments as scheduled.


At Siri Dental Hospital, our experienced endodontists perform Apicectomy treatment to effectively treat persistent root canal infections. With advanced technology and personalized care, we strive to provide successful outcomes and ensure your comfort throughout the treatment process. Trust us to provide you with excellent Apicectomy treatment and guide you towards a healthier and infection-free tooth. Schedule a consultation with our experts to learn more about this procedure and its potential benefit for your dental health.







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