Magnum Clinic offers painless root canal treatment. RCT is a common procedure that many people undergo to save their teeth. The treatment is done by our professional to remove the pulp from the tooth. We offer a painless experience for those who undergo the treatment.
Root canal therapy is a dental procedure used to treat infected or inflamed tooth pulp. The pulp is the soft tissue inside the tooth that contains nerves and blood vessels. If it becomes infected or inflamed, the pulp can die. This can cause pain and swelling in the jawbone. Root canal therapy removes the infected or inflamed pulp and replaces it with a sealant to protect the tooth from infection.
Root canal therapy is a treatment used to save a tooth that is badly decayed or has a large infection. During the treatment, the dentist removes the infected or damaged pulp from the tooth's root canal system and replaces it with a filling material. Root canal therapy is typically recommended when a tooth has extensive decay, has had
a prior filling break, or experiences significant pain.
Root canal is a dental procedure where the pulp of a tooth is removed and the inside of the tooth is cleaned and sealed. The pulp is the soft tissue inside the tooth that contains blood vessels and nerves. If the pulp becomes infected, it can cause a lot of pain and damage to the tooth. Root canal treatment removes the infected pulp,
which stops the pain and saves the tooth.
When a tooth is infected and inflamed, a root canal may be necessary to save the tooth. The infection and inflammation are caused by bacteria that live in the mouth. If the infection and inflammation are not treated, the bacteria can damage the bone that supports the tooth and cause the tooth to die. A root canal removes the infected and inflamed tissue from inside of the tooth and replaces it with a rubber sealant.
There are three types of root canal treatments: conventional, ultrasonic, and laser.
• Conventional root canal treatment is the most common type and involves removing the infected pulp from the tooth with special tools.
• Ultrasonic root canal treatment uses high-frequency sound waves to break up the pulp and remove it from the tooth.
• Laser root canal treatment uses a high-powered laser to remove the pulp.
The patient will need to return for a follow-up appointment in 1-2 weeks. At that time, the dentist will check the healing of the tooth and may take additional x-rays. The patient should continue to avoid biting on the treated tooth until the restoration is complete. If the patient experiences any pain, swelling, or sensitivity, he or she should call the dentist.
The only alternative to root canal treatment is having the tooth pulled and an implant installed. If the tooth has sustained severe damage or the infection spread to the bone under the tooth, extraction may be the only option. However, extraction and adding an implant may cost more than root canal therapy, require more dental visits,
and have a longer recovery time.
The cost of a root canal can vary depending on the location of the clinic, the experience of the dentist, and other factors. However, on average, a root canal costs between AED 1500 and AED 2500.