Dr. Nehad H

DDS Ph.D British Endodontic Society UK
Root Canal Treatment Specialist [Norway]
Doctor Of Dental Surgery

State of the art
Root Canal

Performed under microscope

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Cosmetic restoration and implant specialist
Maxillogacial surgeon
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Professor of cosmetic dentistry,

specialist veneer crown and bridge

Recurrent Maxillary Odontogenic Sinusitis

Caused by infected Upper Posterior teeth or
an improperly done Root Canal Treatment

In Dubai
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Dedicated to excellence. Dedicated to your smile.

  • Root Canal Treatments

    A root canal is the space within the root of a tooth. It is part of a naturally occurring space within
  • Zoom Teeth Whitening

    Your smile is important. It's one of the first things you notice when you meet someone.
  • Micro-Surgery

    All root canal treatment our clinic are performed under operation microscope and surgical loupes.
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  • Odontogenic Sinusitis

    Odontogenic Sinusitis is often a sympton of infected upper posterior teeth or an improperly performed root canal.
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Dental Messages

  • Root Canal And Odontogenic Sinusitis Pain

    Dental abscesses, if left untreated, can be very serious. In the days prior to modern surgery and antibiotics, a common cause of death was a dental abscess. An untreated abscess on the upper front tooth would often lead to a brain abscess that would prove fatal. Such a brain infection is known as cavernous sinus thrombosis.

    Sinuses are located behind the bones of the upper face. They are air-filled spaces at the rear of the forehead, nose and cheeks and between the eyes. Odontogenic Sinusitis is when fluid blocks the sinuses, and entrapped bacteria infect the lining, inflaming the sinuses.

  • Pain In The Upper Teeth

    Approximately 40 percent of Odontogenic Sinusitis and the attendant pain, originates from a dental source.

    A dental abscess occurs as a result of decayed dental pulp. The dental pulp having died in the root canal builds up pressure and seeks release. It finds an outlet through an abscess that forms on the gum near the root of the infected tooth. The condition gives rise to acute pain and the infection can radiate to the sinuses. This condition is a fairly advanced stage of pulp decay and the only recourse might be a root canal procedure.

    The fear of pain from a Root Canal treatment is largely undeserved. Root canal treatment overwhelmingly relieves more pain than it inflicts. Timely root canal treatment is relatively painless, averts unnecessary pain of infection, and has a greater chance of success than if the infection is allowed to progress beyond the initial stages.

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