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Root Canal Treatment

Root Canal Treatment

A root canal is treatment for infections in tooth pulp, the innermost layer of your teeth. Endodontists and dentists do about 15 million root canals in the United States every year. Typically, root canals are painless treatments. You can avoid needing a root canal by brushing your teeth after meals, flossing daily and having regular dental checkups.

Root canal treatment can be uncomfortable, mostly when your provider injects anesthesia into your gums and other parts of your mouth. Your provider wants you to be relaxed during treatment, so never hesitate to let them know if something hurts.

It's a common procedure to save our natural tooth.

It's design to eliminate bacteria from the infected root canal and cleaned and disinfected to prevent re-infection of the tooth and finally filled and sealed.

What Happens during root canal?

No need to be worried before your dentist recommend RCT to treat damaged or diseased tooth. Millions of teeth treated and saved each year relieving pain and making teeth healthy again.

When you need root canal?

Badly decayed Tooth

Trauma during sports or accident

Cavity involving pulp

Congenital diseases

Elective purposes

Sensitivity tooth

Nonvital - discoloration tooth

Is a root canal painful?

It's a procedure done under local anesthetics itsn't more painful little discomfort for a few days.


Local anaesthetic

Removing infected pulp

Cleaning the root canal and remove the dead issues

Disinfected and cleaned

GuttaPercha filling done in roots

If needed post and core buildup done

The tooth is ready to receive the dental crown for proper form and function