Root Canal Treatment


Root Canal Treatment

Root Canal Treatment also known as RCT is one of the best ways to treat infected teeth painlessly. The main aim of the Root canal treatment is to remove the damaged pulp from the tooth and make sure that its infection free. Root canal treatment is effective for most of the patients, with its success rate of more than 98% and the best part is that the procedure is painless.

It’s a myth that RCT is a painful procedures because with the latest expertise & technologies available now-a –days, it’s a pain free procedure. So, in this way Root canal treatment is beneficial to patients as they can rid of the infected part of the tooth without the requirement of the removal of the tooth.

WHO NEEDS ROOT CANAL TREATMENT?

  • Patients who have throbbing or intermittent pain in the tooth.
  • Radiating pain travelling from the tooth to the jaw.
  • Patients who complain of sensations while consuming hot or cold foods or drinks.
  • Patients who have swelling around gums of particular teeth (sinus/fistula/endo-perio) are the indicated candidates for RCT & advised to undergo Root Canal Treatment.

WHY IS RCT REQUIRED?

Root canal treatment is required in the cases when the infection occurred has spread to the deeper levels of a tooth. Degeneration of the pulp occurs once it attracts infection to it. Root canal treatment is most commonly advised immediately in case of the formation of abscess where the pus-pocket gets created at the end of the roots of the tooth. If the abscess is not treated on time with Root canal treatment, then it can lead to severe effects on the health of the jawbone of the respective person.

THE PROCEDURE OF ROOT CANAL TREATMENT:

Root canal treatment comprises of certain steps which are performed by an endodontist or an experienced general dentist. In the first step of Root canal treatment, the dentist creates a drill in the tooth, to access the infected pulp. Then, the infected pulp is removed from the tooth. After this, the dentist disinfects the root canal with saline and other medicinal solutions. This is followed by sealing of the root canals with biocompatible filling materials for preventing the occurrence of a similar infection soon. Once the filling material is placed, the crown is also placed and fixed over the tooth. The dental filling and crown help in protecting the tooth from any fractures.

ROOT CANAL TREATMENT CHARGES

The average cost of root canal treatment in India varies throughout the cities and in Delhi & at our clinic, it varies between Rs. 6000 to Rs. 8000 per tooth. The price depends on the type of treatment such as Anterior RCT, Posterior RCT, single sitting RCT and Re-RCT. Its done by the team of RCT specialist with latest technologies & high expertise.