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Root Canal Treatment

Root canal treatment is

 used for healing the infected or damaged tooth.

Root canal treatment includes getting out the soft tissue (pulpal) in the tooth and antisepticising the tooth inner side.

After that,

a special filling is placed in the tooth and it is remended. This process is important for preventing the spreading of the infection and loss of the tooth.

Root canal treatment is completed in 1 or 2 clinic. According to the situation of the tooth, after the root canal treatment, crown on the tooth can be needed.


Frequently Asked Questions about Root Canal Treatment

A root canal treatment is a dental procedure that is used to treat a damaged or infected tooth. It involves removing the infected or inflamed pulp from the tooth’s root canal and sealing the space with a filling. The procedure is necessary to save the tooth from further damage and to prevent the spread of infection to other teeth and the surrounding tissues.

Root canal treatment is often associated with pain, but the procedure itself is typically not painful. The dentist will use a local anesthetic to numb the area around the tooth, which will prevent any discomfort during the procedure. However, some patients may experience mild discomfort or sensitivity in the days following the procedure, which can usually be managed with over-the-counter pain medication.

The length of a root canal treatment can vary depending on the severity of the infection and the complexity of the tooth’s root canal system. In most cases, the procedure can be completed in one or two appointments, each lasting about 60 to 90 minutes.

The success rate of a root canal treatment is very high, with over 95% of cases being successful. However, the long-term success of the treatment depends on the patient’s oral hygiene habits and their commitment to regular dental checkups. It is important to follow the dentist’s instructions for post-treatment care and to maintain good oral hygiene practices to ensure the continued health of the treated tooth.