WHAT IS A ROOT CANAL TREATMENT?
A Root Canal Treatment is used in cases where a tooth is suffering from decay or infection. During a Root Canal Treatment, the nerve and pulp are extracted, removing all bacteria and infection. The inside of the tooth is then cleaned and sealed to prevent further infections. Root Canal Treatments are a preventative procedure which help to avoid the onset of toxic abscesses surrounding the infected tooth or teeth.
Nikoletta Kafantari ENDODONTICS SPECIALIST
Nikoletta Kafantari was selected in the MSc programme of Endodontics at the Eastman Dental Institute University London in 2010, and whilst being the youngest candidate she completed it with distinction.
Nikoletta has gained clinical experience in the past in Private practices both in Greece and in UK and has participated in research programmes regarding new advances in Endodontics in Universities in both countries. Her specific interest has been the identification of the factors associated with weakening of teeth as a result of endodontic treatment.
Presently, Nikoletta is based in Shoreham-by-sea and is working as an Endodontist in private practices across Sussex.
Nikoletta has gained the required experience to analyse endodontic problems, discuss available options and select the appropriate treatment for each patient. She can systematically plan the management of an endodontic problem and has the clinical and surgical skills to execute it with a high degree of competence.
In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family and outdoor sports.
DDS (GREECE) MSC ENDODONTICS (EASTMAN)
GDC REG: 180602