Root Canal
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Root Canal

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Teeth Examination

The dentist examines and x-rays the tooth, then local anesthesia is administered to the affected tooth.

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Check affected tooth
A dental dam is usually placed over the affected tooth to isolate it and keep it free from saliva.
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Root Canal Cleaning
Next, the pulp chamber and root canals are cleaned and shaped in preparation for a filling.
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Root Canal Filling
The Dentist fills the root canal with your selected Material.

Root canal therapy will usually save the tooth and eliminate the pain.

What is Root Canal?

A root canal is a treatment used to repair and save a tooth that is badly decayed or becomes infected.

Root canal therapy, also known as endodontic therapy, is a dental treatment for removing infection from inside a tooth. It can also protect the tooth from future infections.

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Treatment of Damaged Teeth

Whether your tooth cracks from an injury or general wear and tear, you can experience a variety of symptoms ranging from erratic pain when you chew your food to sudden pain when your tooth is exposed to very hot or cold temperatures. 

In many cases, the pain may come and go and your dentist may have difficulty locating the tooth causing the discomfort. If you experience these symptoms or suspect a cracked tooth, it’s best to see an endodontist as soon as possible.

Esthetica’s assure the Best Root Canal treatment in Vadodara, (Gujarat), India

5 signs of infection

  • Serious toothache when eating, or when you put pressure on the tooth. Does it hurt when you bite down hard?
  • Excessively sensitive teeth. Does the sensitive pain linger after the initial contact with hot or cold foods or drinks?
  • Darkening of your tooth. Has your tooth changed color? This may be a sign of the nerve dying.
  • A small bump on the gum, close to the painful tooth.
    Tender or swollen gums around the tooth.
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