What is a root canal treatment?
A Root canal treatment which is also known as endodontic treatment, involves in removing the infected tooth pulp. The decontaminated area is then replaced with an inert filling such as gutta-percha, along with a cement or sealer. In most cases, the tooth is capped with a crown
ROTARY ENDODONTIC :
Endodontic procedure is commonly referred to as the Root Canal Treatment. Rotary Endodontic is a new method used in the Endodontic procedure. This procedure uses an electric hand piece instead of manual files which eliminates the drilling noise usually associated with Root Canal. Our dental professionals using the rotary procedure starts the root canal with administering a local anesthetic. Once the affected area is numb, the dentist will use the electric hand piece to drill into the pulp chamber of the infected tooth and scrape away the infection in your root canal. Once the entire infection has been removed, the dentist will protect your tooth by fitting it with a crown.
THE ADVANTAGES OF ROTARY ENDODONTICS:
- The use of the anesthetic and the hand piece makes this procedure almost pain free.
- Eliminates the drilling sound.
- Rotary Endodontic is a time-saving procedure.
Is Root Canal Treatment Painful?
Today, getting a root canal treatment is often no more uncomfortable than having a filling.
In fact, root canal treatment doesn’t cause pain but actually relieves it.
The advances in technology have made the dental treatment a virtually pain-free experience, many times accomplished in a single visit.
The best dentist nearby in Bangalore understands a great deal about pain management.
With modern techniques and anesthetics, the vast majority of patients report that they are comfortable during the procedure.
What Are The Steps in a Root Canal Treatment?
Diagnosis by clinical examination and x-ray
Opening the root canal under local anesthesia
The diseased pulp is removed, canals are cleaned and shaped.
Canals are then filled permanently with a tapered rubbery material called gutta-percha and sealed.
Placing a crown on the tooth to prevent fracture.