> General information 

Root canal therapy, often known as root canal treatments, is an endodontic technique used to treat infected dental pulp. Enamel, dentine, and dental pulp are the three layers that make up a tooth. The dental pulp, which contains blood vessels and nerves, is the living portion of the tooth.

It keeps the tooth alive by supplying it with the nutrition it needs. If the cavity is deep (enamel, dentine, and pulp have already been invaded), the bacteria irritate the tooth pulp, causing inflammation and death. Swelling in the gums around the tooth, sensitivity, and discomfort when chewing or biting is all signs of a pulp infection.


> Procedure 

A root canal is a complex and delicate treatment that necessitates good skills and knowledge. Because a root canal treatment is performed under local anesthetic, the treatment site will be numb for the duration of the procedure. It incorporates chemical and mechanical cleaning and removal of the diseased dental pulp.

After the diseased tooth pulp has been completely removed, a temporary filling is placed over it for a few days. After that, the root canals are filled and sealed, and the crown is set on top.

Sensitivity and discomfort from the procedure may persist a few days, but they will go away on their own. Medications can be used to treat discomfort if the dentist recommends them. It is imperative that you follow the dentist’s post-treatment instructions.


> Result 

Root canal therapy is a highly successful treatment with a success rate of over 95%. Many root canal-treated teeth might last a lifetime. After the root canal treatment, you will be able to resume your oral functions such as eating, chewing, and talking right after the treatment.

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