Root Canal Treatment
Best Root canal treatment in vijayapur Karnataka

Best Root Canal Treatment in Karnataka | Kadam Hi-Tech Dental Clinic

Our advice: save your natural tooth.

A root canal therapy is a safe and straightforward treatment that relieves pain and saves your natural teeth. An Endodontist, also called a root canal specialist, will remove the infected pulp inside your tooth, clean and disinfect the root canals and place a filling to seal the space.
There are a number of reasons that may require a root canal treatment – deep decay, faulty crown, crack or injury to the tooth and repeated dental procedures done on the tooth. These issues can damage the nerve tissues inside the tooth and could trigger the onset of infection. If the infection or inflammation is neglected, it can cause severe pain, sensitivity, bad breath, discoloration and even tooth abscess.

When to see a Root Canal Specialist?

Endodontists receive two to three years of specialized training and education beyond dental school, making them dental experts in all kinds of root canal treatments. If you feel tooth pain or sensitivity or suffer from dental trauma due to an accident or sports injury, it might be time to see a root canal specialist in Karnataka.

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When we think of teeth, we most often picture the hard, pearly-white parts that brighten up the smile. But there’s much more to our teeth than what’s visible on the surface. Deep inside of each one lies a network of tiny, cavern-like passages called canals, which contain sensitive living tissue, including blood vessels and nerves. Treating the soft tissue inside the tooth, also called the pulp, is the primary concern of endodontists (“endo” = inside, “odont” = tooth).

warelor In our everyday experience, we’re not usually aware of these minute canals, which extend from below the

In our everyday experience, we’re not usually aware of these minute canals, which extend from below the chewing surfaces through the roots of the teeth. But when something goes wrong with them, chances are we will know about it right away: Inflammation and pain in the tooth’s pulp can be quite severe. Getting relief from the pain and controlling an infection in the pulp tissue may require root canal therapy, or another treatment of the tooth’s soft tissue. These procedures, along with many others, are frequently performed by endodontists.

When You Should See an Endodontist Although general dentists perform a large number of root canals, patients are often referred to an endodontist by their family dentist. This is sometimes done if you are experiencing confusing or non-specific tooth pain, or if a complication (such as a difference in your anatomy or a prior root canal) might potentially make your treatment more difficult. Or, you may be referred to an endodontist for a root canal before your dentist places a crown or crown or another type of restoration on one of your teeth.

The Root Canal Procedure
Root Canal Treatment actually helps to relieve pain by clearing the infection in the tooth pulp. During the root canal procedure, the diseased pulp tissue and nerves are removed by making hole in the tooth. Along with oral medication, th root canal is also treated with medication to hel get rid of germs and control infection, that may spread beyond the tooth.

After the healing of the root canal, it is filled with a bio-compatible material called gutta-percha and the tooth is sealed to prevent any further bacteria from getting into the tooth. Finally, a porcelain crown is placed over the tooth, to provide strength to the tooth for chewing.

What Exactly Is Single Sitting RCT?
Single sitting root canal treatment is a new advance in dentistry, which has made root canal treatment painless & less time consuming. The single visit root canals are very common with the patients and dentists these days. In many special cases, we perform the entire root canal treatment in a single sitting and that too with an antibiotic coverage for about 2-3 days depending on the type of decay and oral health of the patient.