Attacking the problem from its root.
Some patients have chronic dental infections that can lead to oral lesions. When these are of small size (less than 1 centimeter), the treatment is performed by endodontics of the causal tooth. However, sometimes this is not enough and you must resort to reendodontics or, in the last stay, to periapical surgery.
Periapical surgery is a dental treatment in which, by means of a surgical access to the area where the root of the tooth is located, the infection or radicular cyst is eliminated, the apicectomy is performed (removal of the infected apex) and finally the obturation of the the root with amalgam or special cement to seal the tooth.