Endodontics and restauration
Endodontics is a treatment through which the pulp material of the tooth (“nerve”) is extracted, whether vital or not, and the root canals are disinfected to eliminate inflammation and/or infection of the root zone of the teeth, usually caused by bacteria from deep tooth decay or an untreated periodontal problem. Subsequently these ducts are sealed with a filling material.
Obturation / reconstruction
It is an indirect restoration for which a dental impression is made that will allow the laboratory to manufacture the missing piece of the tooth, later it is cemented to restore integrity to the tooth. It is a more conservative procedure than a prosthetic crown.