We, at Sri Adinath Dental Clinic, offer you the best Root canal treatment to repair and save a tooth that is badly decayed or becomes infected. Our experts provide extremely specialized procedure, during which the nerve and pulp are removed and the inside part of the tooth is cleaned and sealed well. We guarantee you the most painless and reliable treatment for your aching tooth and that too, at the most reasonable prices.
Root canal treatment is needed when an injury or a large cavity damages the tooth. The most common causes of tooth infection are, cavities occurring due to plaque accumulation, broken tooth, gum diseases, etc.. These issues can cause pulp infection and the person will experience extreme pain at times.It is advisable to see a dentist immediately if you experience a toothache or gum pain
The entire root canal procedure provided by us may take place in one sitting, or in 2-3 sittings depending on the condition of the tooth. Each sitting may last between 30 - 90 minutes. It is a simple procedure with very little discomfort to the patient.
Initially, we use local anesthesia to the infected tooth and the surrounding areas to make it numb(insensitive).
Then we drill an opening through the cap or the crown covering the surface of the tooth to reach to the pulp chamber.
We then use special files to clean out the infected and unhealthy pulp from the canals. This procedure does not cause any pain as the area is already insensitive due to the anesthesia, and the tissue that is removed is dead.
Once all the infected and dead tissue is removed, the canals are disinfected using disinfectants. The canals are then washed and cleaned using irrigation method and the unwanted debris is removed. After that we shape the canals with fine instruments.
We then fill the canals with a permanent material known as gutta-percha.
This helps to keep the canals free of infection or contamination.
Finally, the canals are sealed. For this, a temporary cover material is used which acts like a seal and is placed above the gutta percha. This covering material is kept in place until the tooth receives a permanent filling or a crown. A crown, sometimes called a cap, looks like a natural tooth. It is placed over the top of the tooth.
In some cases, we insert a post into the root next to the gutta percha to give the crown more support.
Thereafter, we cement the crown in place so that it is fixed well in that position.