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What is a Root Canal treatment?

It is a process of removing dead pulp tissue and replacing it with an inert material after thorough cleansing of tooth. Pulp is the centre of your tooth which is the home to its nerve and blood supply.

Root canal therapy is a series of procedures used to address issues with the soft pulp tissue of the tooth, which includes nerves and blood vessels. While some people wrongly believe it is a painful operation, it is usually no more painful than a filling. It is, in reality, one of the most effective treatments for toothaches.

When the pulp tissue of a tooth becomes infected or inflamed, root canal treatment is needed. Pulp tissue is made up of blood vessels, connective tissue, and nerve cells. That is the reason why a problem here can be so painful. The pain can fade away with time, at least temporarily. However, without treatment, the infection can transform into an abscess and can even lead to systemic health problems which are occasionally reported to be fatal.

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When do you need a Root Canal?

You might need a root canal if you have any of the following symptoms:

  • Severe tooth pain.
  • Prolonged sensitivity.
  • Tooth discolouration.
  • Gum swelling.
  • Recurrent pimple on gum.

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Following are the reasons to get a root canal treatment:

You may need a root canal treatment to address:

An abscess.

A cavity that has reached tooth pulp.

Severing of tooth nerve due to trauma.

A tooth fracture

Inflammation of tooth nerve due to repeated dental procedures.

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Root Canal

How is root canal treatment done?

The root canal treatment process usually begins in the same way as a filling and without major discomfort: local anesthesia is given to numb the tooth and the area around it.

  • Then, a small opening is made in the surface of the affected tooth in order to reach the pulp cavity and root canals. Tiny instruments, sometimes with the aid of a microscope, are used to remove the dead pulp tissue from the narrow canals of your tooth. The cavity and empty channels are cleaned, disinfected and prepared to receive the filling made of inert and biocompatible material. Finally, adhesive cement is used to seal the opening of the tooth, thus preventing future infections.
  • After root canal treatment, your tooth may be slightly tender or sore for a few days. Over-the-counter pain relievers such as ibuprofen are effective in relieving discomfort, but prescription medications can be given if necessary. During this period, it is probably best to avoid biting hard on the affected tooth. However, all these symptoms should be temporary.
  • In order for the tooth to be more protected and to fully recover, in general, a crown or other type of restoration is needed. The restoration can be done in several ways: with traditional gold crowns or with dental replicas made of high-tech tooth-colored material. In all cases, you will have made an investment in maintaining your dental health in the future.
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What next?

It is absolutely imperative to get your RCT treated tooth restored with a crown/bridge to ensure its strength and prevent stress fractures.


Frequently Asked Questions

If there is a decay in your tooth and you leave it untreated, you will make the condition worse because the decay will spread to other adjacent teeth in your oral cavity.
If you don’t want to get your tooth root canal treated, the only other option is are removal of the infected tooth.
You may feel a little discomfort when biting but it will last only for a couple of days following your treatment. We recommend chewing on the other side until the treated tooth is secured with a crown. You can take an over the counter painkiller or visit us anytime in case of a doubt.
Of course, Prevention is always better than cure! Regular oral hygiene practices like brushing twice a day for at least two minutes using a fluoride containing toothpaste and flossing at least once a day to clean the areas between your teeth can go a long way in preventing tooth decay and other oral health problems.
Absolutely not. This is a misconception that dates back to the beginning of root canal procedures. In the present era of modern technology and advanced dental materials, the success rate of root canals are expected to be around 90%. Of course it also depends on the after care of the treated tooth.
We can save a dying tooth (which would otherwise have to be removed) through the process of root canal but it becomes brittle. By restoring it with a dental crown, we ensure its strength similar tooth your natural healthy tooth. Thus, a dental crown will give you confidence to chew your food comfortably once again.