HI TECH Root Canal Treatment:
We at DENTAL WORLLD are well equipped with best quality equipment to complete the Root Canal Treatment with utmost perfection and accuracy
These include :
It is only with the combined combination effect of these all equipments we are able to do a pain free and quick Root Canal Treatment.
The term root canal comes from cleaning of the canals inside the tooth’s root. The procedure involves removing the damaged area of tooth (the pulp) and cleaning it , then filling with suitable material and sealing it .
COMMON CAUSES AFFECTING THE PULP ARE;
Cracked tooth , a deep cavity , repeated dental treatment to the tooth or trauma to it .
FEW SYMPTOMS THAT MEAN YOU MIGHT NEED A ROOT CANAL
Severe pain while chewing or biting , a chipped or cracked tooth , sensitivity to hot and cold even after the removal of stimulus , swollen or tender gums and deep decay.
Root canal treatment consists of a number of steps that take place over several dental visits, depending on the situation. Firstly, the endodontist examine and x-rays the tooth, then local anesthesia is administered to the affected tooth to numb the area near the tooth. A rubber dam (a sheet of rubber ) is usually placed over the affected tooth to isolate it and keep it free from saliva. The endodontist makes an opening through the back of front tooth or the crown of molar or premolar to remove the infected pulp. Next the pulp chamber and root canals are cleaned and shaped with the help of instruments and chemicals to make them infection free. Then the root canal is filled with gutta percha material and is sealed in place with suitable cement. If more than one visit is needed, a temporary filling is placed in the crown opening to protect the tooth in between the dental visits. In the final step, a crown is usually placed over the tooth to restore its natural shape and appearance and give the tooth the much needed strength.
ADVANTAGES OF SAVING THE NATURAL TOOTH WITH ROOT CANAL;
Efficient chewing , normal biting forces , natural appearance and protects other teeth from excessive wear or strain.