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"A pulpotomy today, a healthy tooth tomorrow!"

A child’s smile is a beautiful thing, and we want to help keep it that way! If your child is experiencing tooth pain or decay, a pulpotomy could be the solution they need to get back to their happy, healthy selves.

Don’t let a treatable dental issue turn into a big problem! Pulpotomy is a simple and effective way to address tooth decay in children before it has a chance to cause serious damage. With our team of experienced and caring dental professionals, you can trust that your child’s smile is in good hands.

Pulpotomy might sound like a complicated word, but it’s actually a very straightforward procedure that can make a big difference in your child’s oral health. By removing the damaged tissue inside a tooth and sealing it off, we can prevent further decay and restore your child’s tooth to its natural function and appearance.

We know that visiting the dentist can be intimidating for children (and their parents!). That’s why we prioritize creating a welcoming and positive environment where kids can feel comfortable and confident. Our gentle and compassionate approach to pulpotomy ensures that your child’s dental experience is as stress-free as possible.

At Kigo Dental, we believe that preventive care is the best care. By addressing tooth decay with pulpotomy, we can help your child avoid more invasive and costly treatments down the line. Plus, with regular check-ups and cleanings, we can help ensure that your child’s smile stays healthy for years to come!

“Vital Pulpotomy”: This type of pulpotomy is performed when the decay has reached the pulp chamber but the pulp is still healthy enough to be preserved. In this procedure, only the affected portion of the pulp is removed, leaving the healthy portion intact. The remaining pulp tissue is then covered with a medicament and a restoration is placed to seal the tooth.

“Non-Vital Pulpotomy”: This type of pulpotomy is performed when the pulp tissue is already infected or necrotic. In this procedure, the entire pulp tissue is removed from the root canal system, and the root canal space is then disinfected and filled with a filling material. This type of pulpotomy is also known as root canal therapy.

Anaesthesia: The area around the affected tooth is numbed with a local anaesthesia to ensure that the child feels no pain during the procedure.

Isolation: The dentist will isolate the affected tooth from the rest of the mouth to keep it clean and dry during the procedure.

Removal of decay: The dentist will remove any decayed tissue from the affected tooth to prevent the decay from spreading further.

Pulpotomy: If the tooth’s pulp is still healthy enough to be preserved, the dentist will remove the affected portion of the pulp and place a medicament to encourage healing.

Restoration: The dentist will place a filling material over the medicament to seal the tooth and protect it from further decay.

Follow-up: The child will typically be asked to return for a follow-up visit to ensure that the tooth is healing properly and to monitor its progress.

All of us here at Kigo Dental are committed to providing you with the best dental care available, and we do so with a smile.

Our entire staff, from receptionists to dental hygienists and assistants, is committed to providing you with the best quality dental care possible

From the time you walk through the door and every time you revisit, you will experience this firsthand.

Kigo Dental has a team of experienced and skilled Orthodontists and other specialised dentists who specialise in providing high-quality dental care and treatments, utilising the latest technologies and techniques to ensure the best outcomes for their patients.


A pulpotomy is a dental procedure that involves the removal of the coronal portion of the pulp tissue from a tooth, followed by the application of a medicament to promote healing and prevent infection.

A pulpotomy is recommended when the decay or damage to the pulp is extensive, but the tooth can still be saved. It is usually performed on primary teeth in children, but adults may also need this procedure.

The dentist will remove the diseased portion of the pulp, clean and sterilize the remaining pulp, and fill the space with a special dental material. In most cases, a crown will be placed over the tooth to protect it.

Local anaesthesia is used to numb the area, so the procedure should not be painful. After the procedure, you may experience some discomfort or sensitivity, but your dentist can recommend pain relief measures.

The duration of the pulpotomy procedure may vary depending on the complexity of the case and the technique used. Typically, the procedure takes between 30 and 60 minutes to complete.

Most people can resume normal activities immediately after the procedure. You may experience some discomfort or sensitivity for a few days, but this should improve with time.

The success rate of a pulpotomy is high, and the tooth can last for several years. However, the longevity of the tooth depends on factors such as oral hygiene, diet, and regular dental check-ups.

It is possible for a tooth to become infected again after a pulpotomy, especially if proper oral hygiene is not maintained. Regular dental check-ups and good oral hygiene are important to prevent reinfection.

Pulpotomy is typically performed on primary teeth (baby teeth) that have large carious lesions, trauma, or irreversible pulpitis. The procedure aims to preserve the tooth and prevent the spread of infection to surrounding tissues.

After a pulpotomy, the patient should avoid hard or sticky foods and maintain good oral hygiene practices. Follow-up appointments should be scheduled to monitor the healing of the tooth.



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