Root canal treatment
The normal cavity in the middle of the tooth is the root canal. A soft tissue called pulp is inside the root canal that contains nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissue that help the root of your tooth grow throughout its growth. When the nerve and pulp of a tooth are damaged, millions of individuals get root canal care every year. For different causes, this may occur, including deep decay, a fracture in the tooth, or facial trauma.
As soon as possible, a root canal infection must be treated because it can cause:
Swelling that can spread to other parts of the face, throat, or head
Drainage when the side of the tooth has a hole
Loss of bone around the root’s tip
If left untreated for a longer period, the infected tooth may cause more pain or damage to an abscess, a pocket of pus that develops around the infected tooth.
At DentaZone, we pride ourselves on providing the gentle and most cost-effective root canal procedure. Initially, our specialists will take X-rays to find the location of decay and its extension. Once it is diagnosed, a local anesthetic is applied to the affected area by our experts. You won’t feel any pain during the treatment. Next, a procedure named pulpectomy is done by our specialist to remove the infected tooth pulp. Finally, opened roots are filled with gutta-percha material and sealed them off with cement.
Here at DentaZone, we use modern techniques to disinfect deep root canals. We always make sure your treatment is pain-free and successful.
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