GentleWave is our secret to painless, effective, holistic root canals. This minimally invasive, proven procedure uses fluid dynamics and sound waves to clean the bacteria out of the tiniest crevices in your root canal structure.
Its cleaning and disinfecting properties help ensure better outcomes for our patients, with fewer teeth than ever needing retreatment in the future.
Our patients love the fact that GentleWave keeps their discomfort and pain after the procedure to a minimum, so they can get back to their full lives.
Why should you seek a GentleWave root canal?
Effectively cleaning the deepest, most complex portions1,2 of the root canal system requires incredible innovation—and we are proud to offer that technology with the GentleWave® Procedure.
The GentleWave® Procedure is a state-of-the-art alternative to standard root canal treatment. The ultracleaning technology of the GentleWave® Procedure is an advanced combination of fluid dynamics and a broad range of soundwaves that work together to reach into the microscopic spaces1,2 and remove bacteria, debris and tissue.2 The GentleWave® Procedure is so effective at cleaning and disinfecting the root canal system, there’s less chance of failure over time.3
The GentleWave® Procedure uses a minimally invasive1 protocol to access the infected root canal system, which means it is preserving more of the natural tooth and, in doing so, is helping to keep the tooth’s structure strong. With the GentleWave® Procedure we can also typically clean and fill the tooth in just one appointment,3 which may reduce the number of appointments required.
Achieving an exceptional level of clean requires advanced endodontics—and that’s something we take pride in providing. Contact us today to discover the GentleWave® Difference for yourself.
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1 Molina B et al. (2015) J Endod. 41:1701-5
2 Vandrangi P et al. (2015) Oral Health 72-86
3 Sigurdsson A et al. (2016) J Endod. 42:1040-48