Crown Dental Care in Race Course is specialized in root canal treatment and it is one of the most common dental procedural treatments performed by a specialist Endodontic. Root canal treatment procedure is also known as endodontic treatment.
The dental procedure replaces a tooth's damaged or infected pulp with a filling. The pulp consists of specialized dental cells, blood vessels, tissue fibers and some nerve fibers in the hollow space in the central part of the tooth. Damage to the pulp may be caused by untreated dental decay, decay beneath a filling, and tooth damage due to trauma, tooth grinding or gum disease.
In a situation when the tooth is abscessed, swelling of the gum near the affected tooth; loosening of tooth; throbbing tooth pain; Oozing of pus around the affected tooth; sensitivity to hot and cold drinks and foods; constant or intermittent tooth pain.
Root Canal treatment is a procedure that is indicated when the pulp of the teeth becomes infected or tooth becomes 'dead' and color changed. It is the process of removal of the infected soft tissue within the tooth and its replacement by an artificial inert 'filling' material.
Now-a-days majority of the cases are completed as single sitting root canal treatment, using local anesthesia. For the over sensitive patients, different forms of sedation dentistry can be followed. One to three visits to dentists may be needed in many cases.
A crown acts as a protective covering on the tooth and prevents any breakdown of tooth structure. So it is mandatory to crown any tooth that has been treated. After a root canal, a tooth will become brittle and will not be able to withstand the forces of biting and chewing.
At Crown Dental Clinic, it is painless and very simple. The Root Canal treatment will be performed and completed in short time mostly in single visit. Treatment will be done with most advanced equipments, sterilized materials and with a dental specialist.
Your restored tooth could last a lifetime, if you continue to care for your teeth and gums as per dentist instructions. However, regular checkups are mandatory. As long as the roots of a treated tooth are nourished by the tissues around it, your tooth will remain healthy.