Root canal Treatment

WHAT WILL ROOT CANAL TREATMENT BE LIKE?

Root Canal Treatment is often thought to be painful. Depending on the degree of infection, the treatment may need one or more sittings for completion. Mild discomfort can be felt for 24-48 hours post-treatment. We use highly accurate technology to rule out the possibility of any relapse. Permanent Filling is put only once we are certain there is no infection left. We use local anesthesia in the treatment and hence following precautionary instructions for the next 3-4 hours is crucial.

BENEFITS

SAVE THE NATURAL TOOTH

No solution is better than saving your natural tooth. We suggest Root Canal Treatment over dental Implants, whenever possible.

GOODBYE TOOTHACHE

The minimal pain in the treatment helps you get rid of the unbearable pain otherwise.

SMILE BETTER

Root Canal Treatment can fix aesthetic issues that may arise due to decay, crack etc.

HEALTHIER SMILE

Infection in the tooth can affect the overall health of the body. Without treatment, the infection can spread to the gums and even the other parts of the body.

Save your natural tooth with affordable Root Canal Treatment!

A tooth abscess can be extremely painful, or may not even hurt at all. But in either case, treatment is immediate. Failing to do so can result in serious consequences. A tooth abscess that does not drain into the mouth can reach internally to surrounding tissues. In severe cases, it can reach the rest of the body and affect vital organs such as the heart. Symptoms may include fever and nausea, and not treating it may force hospitalization or even result in death. Diagnosing and treating a tooth abscess early can help to prevent any of these complications.

​Actually What Happens

Contrary to popular belief, root canal therapy is not painful. It is often the infection that comes before the root canal that hurts the most. Treat this infection with antibiotics for several days, then apply anesthesia for treatment. During a root canal, the infection and also removing all the nerve and blood supply inside the tooth is common. Use of filling material to fill the tooth canal. However, because the tooth becomes brittle and susceptible to breaking following a root canal, placing a crown after. This helps to protect the tooth and make it strong again after a root canal. Visit parkdentalclinics.in for an affordable root canal treatment in Dwarka.

When Is A Root Canal Without Crown Protection Wise?

How Is A Root Canal Treatment Without Crown Protection Wise?

A crown may supply the finishing touch after a root canal – sealing the tooth and strengthening it for the long term – but a crown isn’t necessary in every case. Teeth at the front of the mouth and those that are reasonably strong, in particular, may not need them at all. Weighing the following pros and cons can help you decide if a root canal without crown placement is the best and most cost-effective option for you.

Strong but Delicate

Root canals save teeth from decay, but they can also weaken them. When the pulp inside a tooth is no longer living, dentists can treat the tooth through a root canal by removing the pulp and apply filling to replace it. When performing routine root canals, however, dentists drill through the tooth and then remove harmful and decayed enamel, dentin and pulp. For this reason, teeth with large cavities are weak even after treatment.

Because root canals also remove the pulp, the teeth can no longer function as living things. Over time, this deficit causes them to lose strength and become likely to fracture. Visit parkdentalclinics.in for an affordable root canal treatment in Dwarka.

Why Crowns?

After performing root canal work, dentists apply permanent fillings to protect those teeth from bacteria and strengthen them in the process. For many root canal procedures, however, fitting crowns over the filled teeth is necessary because of the high risk of the fracture without the extra protection crowns provide. Another advantage of crowns is that they restore the natural appearance of your teeth.

When to Do Without

For incisor and canine teeth that are relatively intact, a root canal without crown placement may be perfectly fine. Teeth at the front of the mouth, for example, experience less physical stress than premolars and molars as we don’t use them for chewing. In fact, the effectiveness of crowning front teeth after root canals, as the National Institutes of Health explains, includes only incisors or canines that have been extensively excavated during the procedure. In these cases, you may need the strength crowns to provide.

Premolars and Molars

Premolars and molars that are at low risk of fracture may also be suitable for filling-only restorations after root canals. Silver or composite fillings alone can provide a strong, permanent seal and chewing surface when a large amount of tooth remains.

Whether teeth are covered by crowns or filled without them, keep in mind they are still vulnerable to tooth decay. Brush your restored teeth twice daily using a fluoride toothpaste

Your dentist can ultimately help you determine the best option for restoring a tooth after a root canal. Front teeth may not need a crown for strength, but you might still prefer the better appearance a crown offers. Then again, if the tooth is a premolar or molar that is not at high risk of fracturing, a filling-only restoration may be the most cost-effective choice.